Airport buses provide handy weapons – post customs check

Due to increased threat of terror attacks, security at airports has become increasingly restrictive.  All sharp items or objects that are deemed as being a potential weapon have been forbidden on the sterile airside of security. Busses or passenger transport use hammers as an emergency device to break glass, if removed it renders the vehicle un-roadworthy by local road traffic regulations but as it stands it poses as a potential terror hazard if it remains. Alarmingly, once on the sterile side of the an international airport in transit, one needn’t clear security checks again, so a stolen hammer could find its way from one flight to the next with relative ease.

safeTpunch eliminates the threat of an emergency device being used as a weapon, as it cannot be removed and it has no potential of being of any danger to passengers in-flight or in transit.

Security at airports due to terrorist attacks is becoming increasingly restrictive. All utensils including tweezers and hammers have been universally forbidden into the sterile airside of security. Hammers as an emergency device to break glass on apron passenger transport on the sterile airside renders the vehicle un-roadworthy by local road traffic regulations if removed and a potential terror hazard if it remains. Alarmingly, once on the sterile side of the international airport in transit, one needn’t clear security again, so a stolen hammer could find its way from one flight to the next with relative ease.