IATA Requirements – Dangerous Goods Online Training
IATA does not permit a person to perform a regulated function without first completing initial training and completing periodic training every 24 months.
Dangerous Goods Training is required for all employees involved in packing, storing, forwarding, shipping, loading, transporting or receiving hazardous materials and dangerous goods for air travel. IATA courses and training will help you stay up to date with the latest industry regulations and procedures and ensure that your dangerous goods shipments comply with industry standards. This training is designed to educate shippers on how to properly offer dangerous goods for air transport in accordance with IATA (International Air Transport Association) regulations.
Dangerous Goods Online Training is one of the leading providers of airport training solutions IATA, and the only place to receive dangerous goods by air online training which is CAA approved. Their interactive online training will prepare you to transport dangerous goods in accordance with the latest requirements of the IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations (DGR). This online course ensures employees understand the IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations, the various classifications of hazardous substances, and how to prevent adverse incidents involving hazardous materials. Our IATA Category 1 Dangerous Goods training course includes specific exercises related to air transport of dangerous goods from a shipper’s point of view.
Book your participation in the Dangerous Goods Online Training and after booking you will receive a booking confirmation by email, and instructions on how to get started.
Your certified instructor will guide you through the course, and you will have access to support throughout. IATA courses and training will help you stay up to date with the latest industry regulations and procedures and ensure that your dangerous goods shipments comply with industry standards.
IATA regulations require that employees of aircraft operators and anyone involved in the transport of dangerous goods by air must obtain an IATA dangerous goods transport certification before they can transport dangerous goods by air. Employers are responsible for ensuring that their employees receive training commensurate with their responsibilities.
Under the Transport of Dangerous Goods Act, carriers are responsible for identifying unsafe items, completing documentation, selecting appropriate control methods, and placing dangerous items and safety labels on a container. Federal and international government regulations require that anyone identified as a hazardous materials employee involved in the handling, delivery, and/or transport of dangerous goods by air must complete IATA certification training before assuming the role of an employee on the job with hazardous materials.
If you are looking for Dangerous goods By Air Online Training contact us and we will provide everything you need to get started and pass the course.