TSA certification explained

TSA certification explained

Jul 01, 2016

(1) starting from January 2003, TSA require all entering United States airport baggage must be opened for inspection, and TSA issued a warning: unless you are using a TSA-certified locks, locked or checked baggage or not, or customs will have the right to pry open the damaged checked baggage locks.

(2) open TSA locks there are two ways: one is locked itself with some keys or consumers can set the password and the other is the key to special customs, customs have a TSA lock keys in hands.

(3) both sides of the lock must be a red, diamond-shaped signs, customs as long as I see the sign, I knew to take the keys and lock (lock indicating the corresponding key number on the bottom), but could not pry the damage.

(4) TSA strict training of customs personnel, open baggage check should always be very careful to ensure that the security, baggage checked again after the lock.

(5) TSA locks in the United States can also be used in areas outside.