- Screeners will need to see and touch
your prosthetic device, cast, or body brace as part of the screening process.
- You have the option of requesting a
private screening at any time during the screening of your prosthetic device, cast, or
- A screening supervisor will need to
check the relevant medical documents and conduct screening of your prosthetic device, cast
or Body brace by visual examination or through some other
- The screening supervisor should offer
you a private screening if clothing will need to be lifted or removed.
- You have the right to refuse the offer
of a private screening; however, youll need to allow the screening to be conducted
publicly if you wish to proceed beyond the security checkpoint.
- You may have a companion or family
member accompany you into the private screening area (once he or she has been screened)
and remain throughout the screening process.
- BCAS will make every effort to have
two screeners of the same gender as the passenger being screened present during the
- Please notify screeners if you need
assistance during the screening process such as a hand, arm, or shoulder to lean upon, or
a chair in which to sit.
the screening supervisor has determined that you do not represent a security risk, he or
she will allow you to proceed through the checkpoint into the sterile area.