Sydney Metro Airport works in partnership with the airport stakeholders to enhance aviation safety, in particular to identify risks associated with airside activities, and to support the effective implementation of a holistic aviation safety outcome.

This is predominately achieved through the Bankstown Airport Safety Management System Committee (BASMSC) which is made up from aviation stakeholder’s and has a mission to shape and implement a safety culture throughout the airport

In support of the BASMCS, Bankstown Airport Limited has developed several safety oriented procedures, rules and guidelines to help the airport achieve the highest levels of standard with the context of the airport environment.

These include:

These systems are the core safety requirements which are supported by a raft of internal procedures all of which support the Sydney Metro Airports approach to safety.

If you are interested in becoming a part of the SMS committee please advise your interest via email to info@SMAirport.com.au

Sydney Metro Airports is a Security Controlled Airport and is regulated and audited by the Department of Infrastructure & Regional Development.

Our Airport Reporting Officers conduct routine patrols on airside operating areas.

In addition, there are multiple Commonwealth Departments and agencies, including the Office of Transport Security, that carry out regular exercises and site visits.

We also have a very alert and aware airport community across 2 airports – with over thousands people employed directly and indirectly, that is many eyes all helping to keep the airport safe and secure.

Access to airside operating areas at Sydney Metro Airports can only be obtained for business, or operational reasons.

As Sydney Metro Airport Camden is a registered airport, security and safety are taken very seriously.

Please contact the Airport Reporting Officers on Bankstown- 0419 294 432 or Camden- 0408 233 917

Airport users and tenants are responsible for ensuring that their property and buildings have adequate security to prevent break-ins and theft. In the case of an emergency or where a crime is in progress the NSW Police should be contacted on “000”.

If you have access to our perimeter gate system, YOU ARE RESPONSIBLE to ensure gates are closed and secure after use.