Dangerous Goods Online Training Limited is now accredited by IATA as a Competency Training and Assessment Centre to provide online dangerous goods training for specific well-defined job functions in accordance with the IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations.
As the only IATA accredited training provider in the United Kingdom, we can now offer internationally recognized qualifications for learners that successfully complete an accredited training course with us.
The Only UK CAA Approved Dangerous Goods by Air Training
At Dangerous Goods Online Training Limited, we have pioneered the UK’s first and only Civil Aviation Authority approved online course for training personnel on safely transporting hazardous materials. The cloud-based platform provides a comprehensive package that covers vital international regulations while meeting the same certification standards of any traditional classroom setting. With this modern approach to compliance, companies can ensure their staff is carefully trained in dangerous goods transport protocols – ensuring all applicable laws are met across air, road, sea or inland waterways.
Dangerous Goods training must be provided to employees for the requirements that correspond to their responsibilities. This training must cover the following:
• A general familiarization course – aimed at providing familiarity with general provisions
• The dangerous goods training must be relevant to the function for which the employee is responsible, and it must include training in the requirements pertinent to that function
• Safety courses must cover handling dangerous goods, emergency procedures, and the hazards they present.
The hiring of an employee in a position that involves the transport of dangerous goods or the processing of passengers or cargo requires training or verification.
In order to ensure knowledge is current, recurrent training must take place within 24 months of previous training.
Upon completion of training, a test must be taken to verify understanding. Successful completion of the test must be documented.
It is necessary to maintain training records, and must include the following:
• Name of the individual
• Completion date of the most recent training
• Training materials used to meet the training requirements should be described, copied, or referred to
• Contact information of the organization providing the training; and verification that the training was completed satisfactorily.
If requested by the appropriate authority, the training record must be made available.
Ascent Consultancy and Training (ACT) specialise in legal compliance within the international supply chain. Our core areas of expertise are:
- Authorised Economic Operator (AEO);
- Dangerous Goods Safety Advisor (DGSA); and
- Aviation Security and ISO 9001.
The consultancy and training services complement each other ensuring ACT is a one stop for supply chain compliance.
We focus on providing compliance consultancy and training to companies involved in the international supply chain specifically exporters, importers and logistics companies. Our consultants and trainers have hands on experience in the industry and truly understand the challenges faced by our clients. This ensures we are experts rather than generalists and can offer real value.
For further information: http://www.ascent-ct.com/
Dangerous Goods Safety Group (UK) Ltd offers a wealth of experience and knowledge gained from working in education, IATA, fast parcel and airline operations. We offer a unique and personalised approach to dangerous goods compliance for the complete supply chain, including:
- Dangerous Goods Safety Advisor (DGSA) training, consultancy and appointment;
- Risk assessment;
- Process management and reviews;
- Dangerous goods training for road, sea and air; and
- General dangerous goods consultancy.
Our mission is to make dangerous goods compliance simple, effective and efficient.
For further information: https://dgsafetygroup.co.uk/