Dangerous Goods Regulation

The Dangerous Goods Regulation training provides participants with the necessary knowledge of the specific regulations, procedures and best practices for the safe handling of dangerous goods.

The content is diverse and includes:

Introduction to Dangerous Goods Classification.
The training begins with an introduction to the various classes of dangerous goods as defined by international regulations. This includes substances and articles that have explosive, flammable, toxic, radioactive, corrosive or otherwise hazardous properties.

Packaging and labeling
Participants will learn how to safely package and label dangerous goods in accordance with applicable regulations. This includes selecting appropriate packaging materials, properly applying markings, labels, and warnings, and complying with hazardous materials labeling regulations.

Documentation and shipping documents
This training covers the proper preparation of shipping papers and documents that accompany the transportation of hazardous materials. This is critical to identifying, monitoring and controlling these goods during transportation.

Handling and cargo securing
Participants will learn the proper procedures for handling, storing and securing cargo of dangerous goods on aircraft. This includes safe handling of hazardous materials and placement of goods on board to minimize potential risks.

Emergency procedures
The training teaches how to handle emergency situations involving dangerous goods, such as spills, fires or other accidents. Participants will learn how to respond appropriately to such situations and take the necessary protective measures.

Legal requirements and best practices
Training participants will become familiar with the international and national regulations that govern the transportation of dangerous goods by air. In addition, best practices and safety guidelines will be taught to ensure that the transport of dangerous goods is safe and legally compliant.

The content of the training is designed to equip those who work with dangerous goods in the aviation industry with the knowledge and skills necessary to ensure that these goods can be transported without risk to passengers, crew and the environment. Strict compliance with these regulations is critical to ensure the safety of air transportation.


Course fees

Dangerous Goods Regulation
On request
  • Training materials
  • Certificate of participation and certificate

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