The objective of this course is to ensure that students can prepare a Dangerous Goods Shipment in accordance with the Requirements of the IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations or verify that a Dangerous Goods Shipment has been properly prepared for acceptance by an Operator.
To ensure that personnel responsible for shipping dangerous goods can:
- Understand and apply the IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations
- Understand their responsibilities
- Classify dangerous goods according to the type of hazard and degree of danger
- Identify Proper Shipping Names
- Identify dangerous goods which are forbidden for air transport
- Understand and apply the information contained in the List of Dangerous Goods
- Correctly pack dangerous goods in the appropriate packaging.
- Mark and label packages
- Document shipments
- Accept or reject a shipment based on the above
- Appropriately hand and stow dangerous goods
- The IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations
- Classes, UN Numbers, Proper Shipping Names and Packing Groups
- Identification and the List of Dangerous Goods
- Marking and Labelling
The scheduled course dates below are for training to be delivered at AquaTerra House.
If these dates are not suitable, or you would like to enquire about training delivery at your own premises/site, please use the button below to send an enquiry
6 Jan 2020 - 8 Jan 2020
3 Feb 2020 - 5 Feb 2020
2 Mar 2020 - 4 Mar 2020
6 Apr 2020 - 8 Apr 2020
4 May 2020 - 6 May 2020
1 Jun 2020 - 3 Jun 2020
6 Jul 2020 - 8 Jul 2020
3 Aug 2020 - 5 Aug 2020
31 Aug 2020 - 2 Sep 2020
There are currently no scheduled dates for September 2020, please get in touch if you require more information.
5 Oct 2020 - 7 Oct 2020
2 Nov 2020 - 4 Nov 2020
30 Nov 2020 - 2 Dec 2020
There are currently no scheduled dates for December 2020, please get in touch if you require more information.
The Candidate must:
- attend the entire course
- adhere to course content and demonstrate the required practical application techniques
Certificates awarded after successful completion of the course will be valid for a two year period after which recertification must take place.