>> Course Objective
  • Aware the latest changes in the rules and regulations of transportation of DG by air
  • Keep up to date of DGR developments
  • Correctly address issues in the transportation of DG
  • Specially altered DG Awareness course accordingly to the participant needs (e.g. Storage, handling)
>> Subject to be covered:-

       > Introduction to Dangerous Goods
        Participants will be introduced to the definition of Dangerous Goods and brief overview of Dangerous Goods.

       > Government Authorities/Bodies involved in Dangerous Goods Transportation
         In transporting Dangerous Goods, there are authorities that are involved. Get to know the involving bodies so that it will be

         easy for you to expedite your DG cargo!

       > Shipper’s Responsibilities

         Knowing the responsibilities of a shipper in transporting and handling DG cargo is crucial. In this section, you will be exposed to

         the responsibilities to ensure there will be no issues on your DG shipment.

       > Forbidden Dangerous Goods

         Some Dangerous Goods are forbidden from being transported by air freight. Participants will be exposed to the items that are

         forbidden to be on air transports.

       > Hidden Dangerous Goods

          In your daily routine, you might not notice that Dangerous Goods are very near to you. During this session, participants will

          discover the Dangerous Goods that has been around us.

       > Exemption and Approvals.

         There are some exemptions of rules that might exclude you from the regulations. There may also be some Dangerous Goods

          that will need to obtain approvals from several parties. Participants will be able to know what they are in this course.

       > State and Operator Variation.

         Although IATA DGR is the rules used worldwide, Dangerous Goods Regulations might vary according to the countries and cargo

         operators. Participants will understand better during this section.

       > Classifications of Dangerous Goods.

         Participants will be exposed to 9 hazard classes of Dangerous Goods.

       > Identifications of Dangerous Goods.

         How would you identify the Dangerous Goods? This will be taught during this session.

       > Packing of Dangerous Goods.

          Participants will be explained on the correct way of packing Dangerous Goods according to the requirement of IATA.

        > Marking & Labeling of Dangerous Goods Packaging.

          Participants will get to know the proper way of marking and labeling Dangerous Goods packaging.

        > Documentations for Dangerous Goods Transportations.

          Proper documentation is a must in Dangerous Goods Transportations. This session will focus on the documentations needed in

          transporting Dangerous Goods.

         > Real cases Involving Dangerous Goods.

           Creating awareness to the participants would be more effective and interesting with real cases of Dangerous Goods.