Approved Technologies

The SAFETY Act provides two levels of liability protections for approval: Designation and Certification. By obtaining either Designation or Certification, companies obtain a level of legal protection in case their technology is ever put to use during a terrorist attack. See below for a list of approved technology certifications.


Diebold, Incorporated

Approved: March 17, 2021 | Expires: April 30, 2026

Securitas AB, Securitas Holdings, Inc., Securitas Services, Inc., Securitas Electronic Security, Inc., and Securitas Electronic Government Security, Inc., provide Electronic Security Service (the "Technology"). The Technology consists of design, engineering, installation, service, monitoring and maintenance services for electronic security systems. The Technology also includes manuals, training and support services.

Lucas Oil Stadium

Approved: November 24, 2020 | Expires: March 31, 2023

Capital Improvement Board of Managers of Marion County, Indiana Company provides The Lucas Oil Stadium Safety and Security Program (the "Technology"). The Technology is security program that provides comprehensive security coverage comprising physical and electronic security equipment, tools, emergency planning process and procedures, and trained personnel for the Lucas Oil Stadium, a multi-purpose stadium that hosts National Football League games and other major sporting and entertainment events.

Aviation Security Management, LLC

Approved: October 26, 2020 | Expires: November 30, 2025

Aviation Security Management, LLC, a Virginia limited liability company provides Screening Partnership Program Services at airports and other locations as the Transportation Security Administration ("TSA") determines if they are in compliance with standard operating procedures, directives, policies, and updates that the TSA Screening Partnership Program issues and are in compliance with the TSA issued contractual Statement of Work.

Leidos, Inc.

Approved: October 20, 2020 | Expires: October 31, 2025

Leidos, Inc., provides Integrated Logistics Support ("ILS") Services for Passenger Screening Program/Airport Checkpoint Security Equipment to the Transportation Security Administration ("TSA"). ILS Services consists of maintenance and technical services that ensure TSA screening equipment installed throughout the United States, including: advanced imaging systems, explosive trace detectors, cabinet X-ray systems, and enhanced metal detectors; function properly and are available to detect threat items

American Petroleum Institute

Approved: October 01, 2020 | Expires: September 30, 2025

The American Petroleum Institute ("API) provides the Security Risk Assessment Methodology for the Petroleum and Petrochemical Industries in its publication, ANSI/API Standard 780-2003, Security Risk Assessment Methodology for the Petroleum and Petrochemical Industries. The Technology assists the petroleum and petrochemical industries in understanding and conducting security risk assessments by describing a recommended approach for assessing security risk applicable to the types of facilities operated by the industries and the security issues the industries face. The methodology described in the Standard is widely applicable to a full spectrum of security issues including terrorist attacks on assets containing hazardous materials such as chemical, refining, and petrochemical manufacturing operations, pipelines, and transportation operations including truck, marine, and rail.

Lufthansa Cargo

Approved: October 01, 2020 | Expires: September 30, 2025

Lufthansa Cargo AG provides Lufthansa Screening and Security Services. The Technology is cargo screening services under the Transportation Security Administration ("TSA") programs within the United States and its territories. The Technology also includes training and quality control audits for the TSA cargo screening regulations.

Landmark Event Staffing Services, Inc.

Approved: September 29, 2020 | Expires: September 30, 2025

Landmark Event Staffing Services, Inc., provides Security and Event Services, which includes event security, crowd management, and guest services, at sporting, entertainment, convention, and special event venues throughout the country. The Technology also covers the hiring and background check processes, training, oversight and event operations.

Securitas Security Services USA

Approved: September 29, 2020 | Expires: September 30, 2025

Securitas AB; Securitas Holdings, Inc.; Securitas Services, Inc. (D/B/A Securitas Inc.); Securitas Security Services USA, Inc.; Securitas Security Services Of Puerto Rico, Inc.; Securitas Security Services Guam, Inc.; Burns International Security Services Company, LLC; and, Burns International Services Company, LLC provides Security Guard Services. The Technology is a suite of security services that includes: Armed and unarmed security officers; security assessments; access control devices and closed-circuit television systems; screening of individuals and their belongings; emergency medical response; operation of security console equipment; and, dispatch of response personnel to alarms. The Technology also includes internal audit and review; hiring vetting, and training of personnel; and quality control and oversight.

Experior Group, Inc.

Approved: September 09, 2020 | Expires: February 28, 2022

Experior Group, Inc. provides Red Ball Drills. The Technology is a consultation service that assesses the effectiveness of customers' safety and security programs by combining a document review, site visit, and role-playing exercises to inform the recommendations it passes to customers. The Technology is conducted with a methodology that avoids traumatizing participants through the use of a red ball instead of fake weapons. The Technology also includes the vetting of personnel provisioning the Technology and deliverables produced as part of the assessments of customer security programs.

National Basketball Association

Approved: August 31, 2020 | Expires: September 30, 2025

The National Basketball Association ("NBA" provides the NBA Arena Security Standards, NBA Security Audits, and NBA Security Training and Awareness Programs (the "Technology"). The Technology is a comprehensive set of mandatory security standards for team and arena management designed to deter and defend against terrorist attacks at venues where NBA games are played, in addition to other general security risks. The Technology is implemented through the NBA Security Audits and NBA Security Training and Awareness Programs, and includes the hiring, vetting, qualifications, and training of NBA security personnel in connection with the three components of the Technology.