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Shipping Dangerous Goods by Air using IATA DGR

Shipping dangerous goods by air presents particular problems.

International shipments must comply with both the ICAO (International Civil Aviation Organization) Technical Instructions, as well as national regulations. In order to meet commercial standards, shippers are also required to meet the IATA (International Air Transport Association) Dangerous Goods Regulations. Furthermore, some countries and airlines have filed variations to many of these requirements. Failure to comply with any of these may result in costly delays, but most importantly, legal charges.

A copy of the IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations required to complete online training.

Choose public, in-house, webinars, or even customize our training to suit to your business.

For more information, read frequently asked questions about shipping by air training on our Shipping by Air Training FAQs page. Copy of the IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations required to complete online training

Course Description

This course is designed for the beginner or anyone familiar with regulations for shipping by air. It is a comprehensive program designed to take the student through our 7 Steps to Compliance. Take the guesswork out of the requirements by taking ICC’s new IATA interactive online training. This entry-level program is designed for the beginner or anyone new to regulations for shipping by air. Upon successful completion of the course with a test score of 80% or higher, students will receive a certificate. Available in English and French for the US and Canada.

Shipping Dangerous Goods by Air

Topics covered
Overview of national and international regulations on transport of dangerous goods by air
Shipper’s responsibilities
Training requirements
State and operator variations
7 Steps to Compliance
Use the List of Dangerous Goods
Limited Quantities
Excepted Quantities
Course material
IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations
Shipping by air guide
Performance packaging guide

Shipping Lithium Batteries by Air

Shipping dangerous goods by air presents particular problems.

These courses focus on how to ship lithium batteries by air. In recent years, ICAO and IATA have implemented significant changes to the way lithium batteries need to be classified, labeled and packaged. This course will follow the 7 Steps to Compliance to teach you how to ship medium and large batteries, as well as using the exemption for small batteries. Upon completion, a quiz is given. Available in English for the US and Canada.

A copy of the IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations required to complete online training.

Shipping Lithium batteries Training