This Training course is for personnel responsible for processing dangerous goods consignments as per IATA DGR section 1.5 and in accordance with CBTA approach for well-defined function 7.3. - Previously covered under category 3.
This course is available as a classroom, Virtual Classroom and on-demand as in-house training.
Introduction1. Introduction2. Location Safety Briefing3. House Rules4. CBT and Training Course information5. DGR General Philosophy6. Use of the DGR7. Glossary Appendix A8. Nomenclature Appendix B9. Cargo IMP Code & GHS Pictograms10. Appendix C1 and C2
Module 0: Understanding the basics of Dangerous Goods0.1 Dangerous Goods Applicability0.2 Understanding the General Limitations0.3 Identifying the Roles and Responsibilities0.4 Understanding the importance of classifying and Packaging0.5 Understanding Hazard Communication0.6 Familiarising with basic emergency response
Module 1: Processing/Accepting Cargo1.1 Review documentation1.2 Review package(s)1.3 Complete acceptance procedures
Module 2: Collecting Safety Data2.1 Report Dangerous Goods accidents2.2 Report Dangerous Goods incidents2.3 Report undeclared/mis-declared Dangerous Goods2.4 Report Dangerous Goods Occurrences
Module 3: Processing/Accepting Cargo containing Radioactive Material3.1 Radioactive Material3.2 Applicability, Classification and Limitations3.3 Packaging3.4 Marking and Labelling3.5 Documentation
Module 4: Processing/Accepting Cargo containing Lithium Batteries4.1 Lithium Batteries4.2 Lithium Battery Shipment
After successfully completing the training course participants will have acquired the knowledge skills and attitude to process and/or accept Consignment of Dangerous Goods for transport by air in accordance with Annex 18 of the ICAO Technical Instructions and the IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations.
Exam and certificate
Professional personnel working in the field of transport of Dangerous Goods by air who are responsible for the process and acceptance of Dangerous Goods Consignments in accordance with the IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations.
A prerequisite for participating in the training course is the ability to master the English language at the ICAO level 4 proficiency level.
5 full days, starting at 9:00 each day and finishing approx. at 17.00 on the first four days. On the fifth day, the course will finish at approximately 16:00.