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Dangerous Goods Regulations Courses

Airplanes transport dangerous goods and hazardous material every day across the world. The International Civil Aviation Organization, or ICAO and IATAstandardize safety procedures worldwide and set basic legal requirements that dictate how dangerous goods are to be transported. The Dangerous Goods Regulations, also called the Technical Instructions for the Safe Transport of Dangerous Goods by Air, are a set of guidelines to establish worldwide safety standards. The DGR classifies dangerous goods and specifies their shipping, packaging, labeling, handling, documentation, declaration, hazard assessment and emergency response requirements.The following courses demonstrates these regulations.

Courses:

Dangerous Goods Regulations Cat1 / Initial

Duration: 4 days

Target population:

Shippers and persons undertaking the responsibilities of shippers', including operator's staff acting as shippers, operator's staff preparing dangerous goods as Company Materials (COMAT).

Prerequisites: None

Description:

During this course, improve you awareness of operational restrictions, packaging instructions and other regulatory aspects related to the safe transport of dangerous goods by air. Gain the skills to prepare, handle and process shipments containing dangerous goods according to the regulatory requirements of ICAO Technical Instructions and IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations (DGR).

Course objectives:

Upon completing this course, you will be able to:

  1. Comply with ICAO Technical Instructions and IATA’s DGR for shipping dangerous goods by air
  2. Complete the shipper’s declaration for dangerous goods
  3. Identify, classify, pack, mark, label and document dangerous goods according to regulations
  4. Understand the legal aspects and responsibilities of transporting dangerous

Validation:

All personnel will undergo evaluation or testing by written or practical means as applicable to demonstrate adequate knowledge, competency and/or proficiency to perform duties, execute procedures and/or operate equipment. The minimum passing mark of 80%, and a distinction for 90% and more. Confirmation will be demonstrated by means of a standard template of Certification (TAT form 012) to validate the training received and date the training was carried out.

This training course will be subject to recurrent training and/or on-going competency observations to ensure all personnel remain qualified to perform their duties. Recurrent training or practical observational assessments to be carried out no less than once in every 24 months period.

This training can be provided either at TAT Training Organization or at customer’s site in the form of stand-up lecture using:

  • CBI with projection
  • Demonstration

Recurrent: 1 day

Dangerous Goods Regulations Cat2 / Initial

Duration: 3 days

Target population:

Packers and persons performing dangerous goods packaging and packing process.

Prerequisites: None

Description:

During this course, improve you awareness of operational restrictions, packaging instructions and other regulatory aspects related to the safe transport of dangerous goods by air. Gain the skills to pack, handle and process shipments containing dangerous goods according to the regulatory requirements of ICAO Technical Instruction and IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations (DGR).

Course objectives:

Upon completing this course, you will be able to:

  1. Comply with ICAO Technical Instructions and IATA’s DGR for shipping dangerous goods by air
  2. Complete the shipper’s declaration for dangerous goods
  3. Identify, classify, pack, mark, label and document dangerous goods according to regulations
  4. Understand the legal aspects and responsibilities of transporting dangerous goods

Validation:

All personnel will undergo evaluation or testing by written or practical means as applicable to demonstrate adequate knowledge, competency and/or proficiency to perform duties, execute procedures and/or operate equipment. The minimum passing mark is 80%, and a distinction for 90% and more. Confirmation will be demonstrated by means of a standard template of Certification (TAT form 012) to validate the training received and date the training was carried out.

This training course will be subject to recurrent training and/or on-going competency observations to ensure all personnel remain qualified to perform their duties. Recurrent training or practical observational assessments to be carried out no less than once in every 24 months period.

This training can be provided either at TAT Training Organization or at customer’s site in the form of stand-up lecture using:

  • CBI with projection
  • Demonstration

Recurrent: 1 day

Dangerous Goods Regulations Cat3 / Initial

Duration: 4 days

Target population:

Personnel of freight forwarders and service providers those are associated with dangerous goods processing.

Prerequisites: None

Description:

During this course, improve you awareness of operational restrictions, packaging instructions and other regulatory aspects related to the safe transport of dangerous goods by air. Gain the skills to handle and process shipments containing dangerous goods according to the regulatory requirements of ICAO Technical Instructions and IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations (DGR).

Course objectives:

Upon completing this course, you will be able to:

  1. Comply with ICAO Technical Instructions and IATA’s DGR for shipping dangerous goods by air
  2. Complete the shipper’s declaration for dangerous goods
  3. Identify, classify, pack, mark, label and document dangerous goods according to regulations
  4. Understand the legal aspects and responsibilities of transporting dangerous goods

Validation:

All personnel will undergo evaluation or testing by written or practical means as applicable to demonstrate adequate knowledge, competency and/or proficiency to perform duties, execute procedures and/or operate equipment. The minimum passing mark is 80%, and a distinction for 90% and more. Confirmation will be demonstrated by means of a standard template of Certification (TAT form 012) to validate the training received and date the training was carried out.

This training course will be subject to recurrent training and/or on-going competency observations to ensure all personnel remain qualified to perform their duties. Recurrent training or practical observational assessments to be carried out no less than once in every 24 months period.

This training can be provided either at TAT Training Organization or at customer’s site in the form of stand-up lecture using:

  • CBI with projection
  • Demonstration

Recurrent: 1 day

Dangerous Goods Regulations Cat4 / Initial

Duration: 2 days

Target population:

Personnel of freight forwarders and service providers those are associated in processing cargo and mail (other than dangerous goods).

Prerequisites: None

Description:

Though dangerous goods handling is not part of your job description, you must know how to recognize dangerous cargo to prevent its transport. This course allows you to comply with training requirements as operator or freight forwarder staff involved in processing cargo, mail or stores other than dangerous goods.

Course objectives:

Upon completing this course, you will be able to:

  1. Identify and classify dangerous goods
  2. Recognize dangerous goods labels and package specification markings
  3. Interpret a Shipper’s Declaration
  4. Understand basic dangerous goods emergency response procedures

Validation:

All personnel will undergo evaluation or testing by written or practical means as applicable to demonstrate adequate knowledge, competency and/or proficiency to perform duties, execute procedures and/or operate equipment. The minimum passing mark is 80%, and a distinction for 90% and more. Confirmation will be demonstrated by means of a standard template of Certification (TAT form 012) to validate the training received and date the training was carried out.

This training course will be subject to recurrent training and/or on-going competency observations to ensure all personnel remain qualified to perform their duties. Recurrent training or practical observational assessments to be carried out no less than once in every 24 months period.

This training can be provided either at TAT Training Organization or at customer’s site in the form of stand-up lecture using:

  • CBI with projection
  • Demonstration

Recurrent: 1 day

Dangerous Goods Regulations Cat5 / Initial

Duration: 2 days

Target population:

Staff of freight forwarders and service providers those are involved in the handling, storage and loading of cargo or mail.

Prerequisites: None

Description:

Safety is everyone’s responsibility in the air transport industry. As a ramp handling or warehouse personnel, you have to be aware of the regulations for the storage and transport of dangerous cargo and the impact these goods may have on the safety of warehouse and ramp operations.

Course objectives:

Upon completing this course, you will be able to:

  1. Identify and classify dangerous goods
  2. Recognize dangerous goods labels and package specification markings
  3. Understand provisions for dangerous goods in the baggage of passengers and crew
  4. Understand basic dangerous goods emergency response procedures

Validation:

All personnel will undergo evaluation or testing by written or practical means as applicable to demonstrate adequate knowledge, competency and/or proficiency to perform duties, execute procedures and/or operate equipment. The minimum passing mark is 80%, and a distinction for 90% and more. Confirmation will be demonstrated by means of a standard template of Certification (TAT form 012) to validate the training received and date the training was carried out.

This training course will be subject to recurrent training and/or on-going competency observations to ensure all personnel remain qualified to perform their duties. Recurrent training or practical observational assessments to be carried out no less than once in every 24 months period.

This training can be provided either at TAT Training Organization or at customer’s site in the form of stand-up lecture using:

  • CBI with projection
  • Demonstration

Recurrent: 1 day

Dangerous Goods Regulations Cat6 / Initial

Duration: 5 days

Target population:

Operator's and ground handling agent's staff accepting dangerous goods.

Prerequisites: None

Description:

This course will improve your awareness of the legal requirements, operational restrictions, packaging instructions, marking, labelling and documentation regulations related to the transport of dangerous goods. Gain the skills to accept, handle and process shipments containing dangerous goods according to the current edition of ICAO TI and IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations manual.

Course objectives:

Upon completing this course, you will be able to:

  1. Apply ICAO TI and IATA’s DGR manual and complete dangerous goods transport documents correctly
  2. Apply regulations to identify, pack, mark, label and document dangerous goods
  3. Perform the responsibilities involved in accepting, storing, loading and inspecting dangerous goods
  4. Understand the legal responsibilities involved with the transport of dangerous goods

Validation:

All personnel will undergo evaluation or testing by written or practical means as applicable to demonstrate adequate knowledge, competency and/or proficiency to perform duties, execute procedures and/or operate equipment. The minimum passing mark is 80%, and a distinction for 90% and more. Confirmation will be demonstrated by means of a standard template of Certification (TAT form 012) to validate the training received and date the training was carried out.

This training course will be subject to recurrent training and/or on-going competency observations to ensure all personnel remain qualified to perform their duties. Recurrent training or practical observational assessments to be carried out no less than once in every 24 months period.

This training can be provided either at TAT Training Organization or at customer’s site in the form of stand-up lecture using:

  • CBI with projection
  • Demonstration

Recurrent: 3 day

Dangerous Goods Regulations Cat7 / Initial

Duration: 2 days

Target population:

Personnel of freight forwarders and service providers those are accepting cargo and mail (other than dangerous goods).

Prerequisites: None

Description:

Though dangerous goods handling is not part of your job description, you must know how to recognize dangerous cargo to prevent its transport. This course allows you to comply with training requirements as operator or freight forwarder staff involved in processing cargo, mail or stores other than dangerous goods.

Course objectives:

Upon completing this course, you will be able to:

  1. Identify and classify dangerous goods
  2. Recognize dangerous goods labels and package specification markings
  3. Interpret a Shipper’s Declaration
  4. Understand basic dangerous goods emergency response procedures

Validation:

All personnel will undergo evaluation or testing by written or practical means as applicable to demonstrate adequate knowledge, competency and/or proficiency to perform duties, execute procedures and/or operate equipment. The minimum passing mark is 80%, and a distinction for 90% and more. Confirmation will be demonstrated by means of a standard template of Certification (TAT form 012) to validate the training received and date the training was carried out.

This training course will be subject to recurrent training and/or on-going competency observations to ensure all personnel remain qualified to perform their duties. Recurrent training or practical observational assessments to be carried out no less than once in every 24 months period.

This training can be provided either at TAT Training Organization or at customer’s site in the form of stand-up lecture using:

  • CBI with projection
  • Demonstration

Recurrent: 1 day

Dangerous Goods Regulations Cat8 / Initial

Duration: 3 days

Target population:

Staff of operators and ground handlers those are involved in the handling, storage and loading of cargo or mail.

Prerequisites: None

Description:

Safety is everyone’s responsibility in the air transport industry. As a ramp handling or warehouse personnel, you have to be aware of the regulations for the storage and transport of dangerous cargo and the impact these goods may have on the safety of warehouse and ramp operations.

Course objectives:

Upon completing this course, you will be able to:

  1. Identify and classify dangerous goods
  2. Recognize dangerous goods labels and package specification markings
  3. Understand provisions for dangerous goods in the baggage of passengers and crew
  4. Follow basic dangerous goods emergency response procedures

Validation:

All personnel will undergo evaluation or testing by written or practical means as applicable to demonstrate adequate knowledge, competency and/or proficiency to perform duties, execute procedures and/or operate equipment. The minimum passing mark is 80%, and a distinction for 90% and more. Confirmation will be demonstrated by means of a standard template of Certification (TAT form 012) to validate the training received and date the training was carried out.

This training course will be subject to recurrent training and/or on-going competency observations to ensure all personnel remain qualified to perform their duties. Recurrent training or practical observational assessments to be carried out no less than once in every 24 months period.

This training can be provided either at TAT Training Organization or at customer’s site in the form of stand-up lecture using:

  • CBI with projection
  • Demonstration

Recurrent: 1 day

Dangerous Goods Regulations Cat9 / Initial

Duration: 2 days

Target population:

Ground handling and operators staff those are handling passengers.

Prerequisites: None

Description:

Dangerous goods can be hidden in everyday household items such as bleaches, aerosols, and perfumes. If you work with passengers, it is essential you know how to treat the items that can pose a threat to a flight.

This course is designed to fulfil your dangerous goods training requirements as passengers handling agent.

Course objectives:

Upon completing this course, you will be able to:

  1. Identify and classify dangerous goods
  2. Recognize dangerous goods labels and package specification markings
  3. Understand provisions for dangerous goods in the baggage of passengers and crew
  4. Follow basic dangerous goods emergency response procedures

Validation:

All personnel will undergo evaluation or testing by written or practical means as applicable to demonstrate adequate knowledge, competency and/or proficiency to perform duties, execute procedures and/or operate equipment. The minimum passing mark is 80%, and a distinction for 90% and more. Confirmation will be demonstrated by means of a standard template of Certification (TAT form 012) to validate the training received and date the training was carried out.

This training course will be subject to recurrent training and/or on-going competency observations to ensure all personnel remain qualified to perform their duties. Recurrent training or practical observational assessments to be carried out no less than once in every 24 months period.

This training can be provided either at TAT Training Organization or at customer’s site in the form of stand-up lecture using:

  • CBI with projection
  • Demonstration

Recurrent: 1 day

Dangerous Goods Regulations Cat10 / Initial

Duration: 3 days

Target population:

Flight crew members, load masters, load planners, flight operations officers and flight dispatchers.

Prerequisites: None

Description:

Safety is everyone’s responsibility in the air transport industry. As a flight crew member, load master or flight dispatcher, you have to be aware of the regulations for the transport of dangerous cargo and the impact these goods may have on the safety of a flight.

This course fulfils the ICAO TI and IATA DGR training requirements for flight crew, load masters, load planners, flight operations officers, and flight dispatchers.

Course objectives:

Upon completing this course, you will be able to:

  1. Identify and classify dangerous goods
  2. Recognize DG labels and package specification markings
  3. Detect hidden hazards in cargo
  4. Observe the provisions for DG in the baggage of passengers and crew
  5. Follow basic DG emergency response procedures

Validation:

All personnel will undergo evaluation or testing by written or practical means as applicable to demonstrate adequate knowledge, competency and/or proficiency to perform duties, execute procedures and/or operate equipment. The minimum passing mark is 80%, and a distinction for 90% and more. Confirmation will be demonstrated by means of a standard template of Certification (TAT form 012) to validate the training received and date the training was carried out.

This training course will be subject to recurrent training and/or on-going competency observations to ensure all personnel remain qualified to perform their duties. Recurrent training or practical observational assessments to be carried out no less than once in every 24 months period.

This training can be provided either at TAT Training Organization or at customer’s site in the form of stand-up lecture using:

  • CBI with projection
  • Demonstration

Recurrent: 1 day

Dangerous Goods Regulations Cat11 / Initial

Duration: 2 days

Target population:

Crew members (other than flight crew members).

Prerequisites: None

Description:

Dangerous goods can be hidden in everyday household items such as bleaches, aerosols, and perfumes. If you work are a cabin crew member, it is essential you know how to treat the items that can pose a threat to a flight.

This course is designed to fulfil your dangerous goods training requirements as a cabin crew member.

Course objectives:

Upon completing this course, you will be able to:

  1. Identify and classify dangerous goods
  2. Recognize dangerous goods labels and package specification markings
  3. Understand provisions for dangerous goods in the baggage of passengers and crew
  4. Follow basic dangerous goods emergency response procedures

Validation:

All personnel will undergo evaluation or testing by written or practical means as applicable to demonstrate adequate knowledge, competency and/or proficiency to perform duties, execute procedures and/or operate equipment. The minimum passing mark is 80%, and a distinction for 90% and more. Confirmation will be demonstrated by means of a standard template of Certification (TAT form 012) to validate the training received and date the training was carried out.

This training course will be subject to recurrent training and/or on-going competency observations to ensure all personnel remain qualified to perform their duties. Recurrent training or practical observational assessments to be carried out no less than once in every 24 months period.

This training can be provided either at TAT Training Organization or at customer’s site in the form of stand-up lecture using:

  • CBI with projection
  • Demonstration

Recurrent: 1 day

Dangerous Goods Regulations Cat12 / Initial

Duration: 2 days

Target population:

Security personnel those who deal with the screening of passengers and their baggage and cargo or mail.

Prerequisites: None

Description:

Dangerous goods can be hidden in everyday household items such as bleaches, aerosols, and perfumes. If you are involved with security screening process for passengers, baggage, cargo and mail, it is essential you know how to treat the items that can pose a threat to a flight.

This course is designed to fulfil your dangerous goods training requirements as a security screening operator.

Course objectives:

Upon completing this course, you will be able to:

  1. Identify and classify dangerous goods
  2. Recognize dangerous goods labels and package specification markings
  3. Understand provisions for dangerous goods in the baggage of passengers and crew
  4. Follow basic dangerous goods emergency response procedures

Validation:

All personnel will undergo evaluation or testing by written or practical means as applicable to demonstrate adequate knowledge, competency and/or proficiency to perform duties, execute procedures and/or operate equipment. The minimum passing mark is 80%, and a distinction for 90% and more. Confirmation will be demonstrated by means of a standard template of Certification (TAT form 012) to validate the training received and date the training was carried out.

This training course will be subject to recurrent training and/or on-going competency observations to ensure all personnel remain qualified to perform their duties. Recurrent training or practical observational assessments to be carried out no less than once in every 24 months period.

This training can be provided either at TAT Training Organization or at customer’s site in the form of stand-up lecture using:

  • CBI with projection
  • Demonstration

Recurrent: 1 day

Dangerous Goods Regulations Cat13 / Initial

Duration: 2 days

Target population:

Personnel of freight forwarders and service providers those are accepting cargo and mail (other than dangerous goods).

Prerequisites: None

Description:

Though dangerous goods handling is not part of your job description, you must know how to recognize dangerous cargo to prevent its transport. This course allows you to comply with training requirements as operator or freight forwarder staff involved in processing cargo, mail or stores other than dangerous goods.

Course objectives:

Upon completing this course, you will be able to:

  1. Identify and classify dangerous goods
  2. Recognize dangerous goods labels and package specification markings
  3. Interpret a Shipper’s Declaration
  4. Understand basic dangerous goods emergency response procedures

Validation:

All personnel will undergo evaluation or testing by written or practical means as applicable to demonstrate adequate knowledge, competency and/or proficiency to perform duties, execute procedures and/or operate equipment. The minimum passing mark is 80%, and a distinction for 90% and more. Confirmation will be demonstrated by means of a standard template of Certification (TAT form 012) to validate the training received and date the training was carried out.

This training course will be subject to recurrent training and/or on-going competency observations to ensure all personnel remain qualified to perform their duties. Recurrent training or practical observational assessments to be carried out no less than once in every 24 months period.

This training can be provided either at TAT Training Organization or at customer’s site in the form of stand-up lecture using:

  • CBI with projection
  • Demonstration

Recurrent: 1 day

Dangerous Goods Regulations Cat14 / Initial

Duration: 2 days

Target population:

Staff of operators and ground handlers those are involved in the handling, storage and loading of cargo or mail.

Prerequisites: None

Description:

Safety is everyone’s responsibility in the air transport industry. As a ramp handling or warehouse personnel, you have to be aware of the regulations for the storage and transport of dangerous cargo and the impact these goods may have on the safety of warehouse and ramp operations.

Course objectives:

Upon completing this course, you will be able to:

  1. Identify and classify dangerous goods
  2. Recognize dangerous goods labels and package specification markings
  3. Understand provisions for dangerous goods in the baggage of passengers and crew
  4. Follow basic dangerous goods emergency response procedures

Validation:

All personnel will undergo evaluation or testing by written or practical means as applicable to demonstrate adequate knowledge, competency and/or proficiency to perform duties, execute procedures and/or operate equipment. The minimum passing mark is 80%, and a distinction for 90% and more. Confirmation will be demonstrated by means of a standard template of Certification (TAT form 012) to validate the training received and date the training was carried out.

This training course will be subject to recurrent training and/or on-going competency observations to ensure all personnel remain qualified to perform their duties. Recurrent training or practical observational assessments to be carried out no less than once in every 24 months period.

This training can be provided either at TAT Training Organization or at customer’s site in the form of stand-up lecture using:

  • CBI with projection
  • Demonstration

Recurrent: 1 day

Dangerous Goods Regulations Cat15 / Initial

Duration: 2 days

Target population:

Ground handling and operators staff those are handling passengers.

Prerequisites: None

Description:

Dangerous goods can be hidden in everyday household items such as bleaches, aerosols, and perfumes. If you work with passengers, it is essential you know how to treat the items that can pose a threat to a flight.

This course is designed to fulfil your dangerous goods training requirements as passengers handling agent.

Course objectives:

Upon completing this course, you will be able to:

  1. Identify and classify dangerous goods
  2. Recognize dangerous goods labels and package specification markings
  3. Understand provisions for dangerous goods in the baggage of passengers and crew
  4. Follow basic dangerous goods emergency response procedures

Validation:

All personnel will undergo evaluation or testing by written or practical means as applicable to demonstrate adequate knowledge, competency and/or proficiency to perform duties, execute procedures and/or operate equipment. The minimum passing mark is 80%, and a distinction for 90% and more. Confirmation will be demonstrated by means of a standard template of Certification (TAT form 012) to validate the training received and date the training was carried out.

This training course will be subject to recurrent training and/or on-going competency observations to ensure all personnel remain qualified to perform their duties. Recurrent training or practical observational assessments to be carried out no less than once in every 24 months period.

This training can be provided either at TAT Training Organization or at customer’s site in the form of stand-up lecture using:

  • CBI with projection
  • Demonstration

Recurrent: 1 day

Dangerous Goods Regulations Cat16 / Initial

Duration: 2 days

Target population:

Flight crew members, load masters, load planners, flight operations officers and flight dispatchers.

Prerequisites: None

Description:

Safety is everyone’s responsibility in the air transport industry. As a flight crew member, load master or flight dispatcher, you have to be aware of the regulations for the transport of dangerous cargo and the impact these goods may have on the safety of a flight.

This course fulfils the ICAO TI and IATA DGR training requirements for flight crew, load masters, load planners, flight operations officers, and flight dispatchers.

Course objectives:

Upon completing this course, you will be able to:

  1. Identify and classify dangerous goods
  2. Recognize DG labels and package specification markings
  3. Detect hidden hazards in cargo
  4. Observe the provisions for DG in the baggage of passengers and crew
  5. Follow basic DG emergency response procedures

Validation:

All personnel will undergo evaluation or testing by written or practical means as applicable to demonstrate adequate knowledge, competency and/or proficiency to perform duties, execute procedures and/or operate equipment. The minimum passing mark is 80%, and a distinction for 90% and more. Confirmation will be demonstrated by means of a standard template of Certification (TAT form 012) to validate the training received and date the training was carried out.

This training course will be subject to recurrent training and/or on-going competency observations to ensure all personnel remain qualified to perform their duties. Recurrent training or practical observational assessments to be carried out no less than once in every 24 months period.

This training can be provided either at TAT Training Organization or at customer’s site in the form of stand-up lecture using:

  • CBI with projection
  • Demonstration

Recurrent: 1 day

Dangerous Goods Regulations Cat17 / Initial

Duration: 2 days

Target population:

Crew members (other than flight crew members).

Prerequisites: None

Description:

Dangerous goods can be hidden in everyday household items such as bleaches, aerosols, and perfumes. If you work are a cabin crew member, it is essential you know how to treat the items that can pose a threat to a flight.

This course is designed to fulfil your dangerous goods training requirements as a cabin crew member.

Course objectives:

Upon completing this course, you will be able to:

  1. Identify and classify dangerous goods
  2. Recognize dangerous goods labels and package specification markings
  3. Understand provisions for dangerous goods in the baggage of passengers and crew
  4. Follow basic dangerous goods emergency response procedures

Validation:

All personnel will undergo evaluation or testing by written or practical means as applicable to demonstrate adequate knowledge, competency and/or proficiency to perform duties, execute procedures and/or operate equipment. The minimum passing mark is 80%, and a distinction for 90% and more. Confirmation will be demonstrated by means of a standard template of Certification (TAT form 012) to validate the training received and date the training was carried out.

This training course will be subject to recurrent training and/or on-going competency observations to ensure all personnel remain qualified to perform their duties. Recurrent training or practical observational assessments to be carried out no less than once in every 24 months period.

This training can be provided either at TAT Training Organization or at customer’s site in the form of stand-up lecture using:

  • CBI with projection
  • Demonstration

Recurrent: 1 day

Dangerous Goods Regulations Cat A / Initial

Duration: 4 days

Target population:

Staff of designated postal operators involved in accepting mail containing dangerous goods.

Prerequisites: None

Description:

This course will improve your awareness of the legal requirements, operational restrictions, packaging instructions, marking, labelling and documentation regulations related to the transport of dangerous goods. Gain the skills to accept, handle and process shipments containing dangerous goods according to the current edition of ICAO technical instructions and IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations manual.

Course objectives:

Upon completing this course, you will be able to:

  1. Apply ICAO TI and IATA’s DGR manual and complete dangerous goods transport documents correctly
  2. Apply regulations to identify, pack, mark, label and document dangerous goods
  3. Perform the responsibilities involved in accepting, storing, loading and inspecting dangerous goods
  4. Understand the legal responsibilities involved with the transport of dangerous goods

Validation:

All personnel will undergo evaluation or testing by written or practical means as applicable to demonstrate adequate knowledge, competency and/or proficiency to perform duties, execute procedures and/or operate equipment. The minimum passing mark is 80%, and a distinction for 90% and more. Confirmation will be demonstrated by means of a standard template of Certification (TAT form 012) to validate the training received and date the training was carried out.

This training course will be subject to recurrent training and/or on-going competency observations to ensure all personnel remain qualified to perform their duties. Recurrent training or practical observational assessments to be carried out no less than once in every 24 months period.

This training can be provided either at TAT Training Organization or at customer’s site in the form of stand-up lecture using:

  • CBI with projection
  • Demonstration

Recurrent: 3 day

Dangerous Goods Regulations Cat B / Initial

Duration: 2 days

Target population:

Staff of designated postal operators involved in processing mail (other than dangerous goods).

Prerequisites: None

Description:

Though dangerous goods handling is not part of your job description, you must know how to recognize dangerous cargo to prevent its transport. This course allows you to comply with training requirements as operator or freight forwarder staff involved in processing cargo, mail or stores other than dangerous goods.

Course objectives:

Upon completing this course, you will be able to:

  1. Identify and classify dangerous goods
  2. Recognize dangerous goods labels and package specification markings
  3. Interpret a Shipper’s Declaration
  4. Understand basic dangerous goods emergency response procedures

Validation:

All personnel will undergo evaluation or testing by written or practical means as applicable to demonstrate adequate knowledge, competency and/or proficiency to perform duties, execute procedures and/or operate equipment. The minimum passing mark is 80%, and a distinction for 90% and more. Confirmation will be demonstrated by means of a standard template of Certification (TAT form 012) to validate the training received and date the training was carried out.

This training course will be subject to recurrent training and/or on-going competency observations to ensure all personnel remain qualified to perform their duties. Recurrent training or practical observational assessments to be carried out no less than once in every 24 months period.

This training can be provided either at TAT Training Organization or at customer’s site in the form of stand-up lecture using:

  • CBI with projection
  • Demonstration

Recurrent: 1 day

Dangerous Goods Regulations Cat C / Initial

Duration: 2 days

Target population:

Staff of designated postal operators involved in the handling, storage and loading of mail.

Prerequisites: None

Description:

Safety is everyone’s responsibility in the air transport industry. As a ramp handling or warehouse personnel, you have to be aware of the regulations for the storage and transport of dangerous cargo and the impact these goods may have on the safety of warehouse and ramp operations.

Course objectives:

Upon completing this course, you will be able to:

  1. Identify and classify dangerous goods
  2. Recognize dangerous goods labels and package specification markings
  3. Understand provisions for dangerous goods in the baggage of passengers
  4. Follow basic dangerous goods emergency response procedures

Validation:

All personnel will undergo evaluation or testing by written or practical means as applicable to demonstrate adequate knowledge, competency and/or proficiency to perform duties, execute procedures and/or operate equipment. The minimum passing mark is 80%, and a distinction for 90% and more. Confirmation will be demonstrated by means of a standard template of Certification (TAT form 012) to validate the training received and date the training was carried out.

This training course will be subject to recurrent training and/or on-going competency observations to ensure all personnel remain qualified to perform their duties. Recurrent training or practical observational assessments to be carried out no less than once in every 24 months period.

This training can be provided either at TAT Training Organization or at customer’s site in the form of stand-up lecture using:

  • CBI with projection
  • Demonstration

Recurrent: 1 day