Dangerous Goods for Ground Handling Personnel (English)
Time & Location
About the Event
Course: Dangerous Goods for Ground Handling Personnel
Dates: May 26 - 2021
Times: 0900-1500 EDT
Cost: $ 225USD / $280CAD / Eur190 / MXN4600 / INR17000
Pay online by credit card or if you prefer by transfer select "MANUAL PAYMENT" at checkout and you will be contacted for payment arrangements.
The course learning modules include all aspects of transport of dangerous goods by air with which ground handling personnel must be familiar. The course will qualify you in category 10 which applies to Load Planners and will provide you with ability to deliver training to your company staff for both Ramp and Passenger Service categories.
This training is in compliance with the current IATA DGR Minimum Requirements for Training Curricula.
Training certificate will be signed by an IATA qualified DG instructor providing a 24 month validity in compliance with airline and ISAGO audit requirements.
At the end of this course participants will be able to deliver DG training for their company personnel in the following aspects of transport of dangerous goods by air :
- General philosophy
- List of dangerous goods
- Labelling and marking
- Recognition of undeclared dangerous goods
- Storage and loading procedures
- Pilots' notification
- Provisions for passengers and crew
- Emergency procedures
Participants will complete an end of course test online. A signed certificate will be provided that is in compliance with all airline and ISAGO requirements.
Who should attend:
· ISAGO ground handler Instructors
· IOSA airline Instructors
· Training certificate will be awarded upon successful completion
· Ensure compliance with ISAGO DG instructor requirement standard:
ORM 4.1.7 The provider shall have a process to ensure the instructors who deliver dangerous goods
(i) Adequate instructional skills and, prior to delivering instruction, completed a dangerous
goods training program that provides the knowledge in subject areas consistent with the
level of instruction to be delivered.
(ii) Conducted a minimum of one dangerous goods training course on the applicable subject
matter or attended recurrent dangerous goods training within the last 24 months.
(iii) Received updates to the regulations from local and national authorities and to the training
material on an annual basis, if applicable.
(iv) Received requalification training
As capacity is limited to maximize learning, early registration is recommended.
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