If you ship dangerous goods by air on either passenger or cargo airlines, you must comply with ICAO/IATA’s requirements. Although the ICAO Technical Instructions are the legally binding document for shipping dangerous goods by air, the majority of the world’s airlines use the IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations which fully reflect all of the provisions found in the ICAO TI’s. The IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations require that employees involved in shipping dangerous goods receive training (IATA DGR 1.5). This interactive online course meets the minimum training requirements specified in the IATA DGR and is always up-to-date with the latest regulations for employees shipping and handling dangerous goods.
Who Should Take This Course
This course is ideal for operations-level employees (IATA Categories 2, 4, and 5) who package, mark, label and document air shipments. Additional training is required to meet the U.S. DOT’s “function-specific” and general awareness training requirements for ground shippers.
This course will cover:
You will experience:
Students MUST have a copy of the most current edition of the IATA DGR (62nd Edition) to complete this course. You can purchase the latest IATA DGR here.
Comprehensive IATA Shipper Certification
Personnel who have supervisory responsibilities for hazmat employees, classify dangerous goods, write Safety Data Sheets, test packaging, select authorized packaging and sign shipping documentation require more comprehensive IATA training (Category 1) – see our item Shipping DG by Air IATA Category 1 Full Shipper Training.
The estimated average time needed to complete this course ranges from 3 to 4 hours, however, the time needed may vary by student.
It is the employer’s responsibility to ensure their employees are trained commensurate with their responsibilities and may need additional training.
New! Interactive 3D Experience
Included with the training course as an additional activity outside the curriculum is a game-like experience that immerses the student into a fun, engaging, realistic warehouse environment where important decisions need to be made… and mistakes have consequences.
In the 3D experience, users will select to prepare flammable liquids or lithium batteries for shipment by air, as well as select the level of difficulty. From there, they will need to:
No special gear (headsets, goggles, etc.) or downloads are required for the 3D experience. Our interactive experiences simply require an internet connection and may only be used on a desktop/laptop with the latest versions of Chrome, Edge, Firefox/Mozilla, and Safari. The experience is NOT supported by Internet Explorer (including IE 11).
You will receive your access link along with your log-in credentials within approximately 2 hours of your purchase during regular weekday business hours (7 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. CT). Invalid credit card info or freight quote requirements for other items on your order will delay training activation. If purchasing more than 1 course, you will receive all access links in the same email. Please be aware that each link is user specific and should not be used by more than 1 person.
Our online training programs and 3D experiences are fully supported by the latest versions of Microsoft Edge, Chrome, Firefox/Mozilla, and Safari and may only be used on a desktop or laptop. Our online training programs no longer support Internet Explorer browsers (including IE 11) since those browsers no longer support the latest web standards. If you are using any version of Internet Explorer as your browser to experience our training programs, there are known issues of logging in, viewing and proceeding through the training, completing the training, and/or receiving your training certificate.
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