Dangerous goods (often called hazardous materials in the USA) may be pure chemicals, mixtures of substances, manufactured products or articles which can pose a risk to people, animals or the environment if not properly handled in use or in transport. They are also special loads as they require attention and additional requirements before acceptance, storage, loading, transportation and delivery.
At the end of the program, participants would have understand that:
Before dangerous goods can be acceptable for transportation either by passenger aircraft or cargo aircraft, their degree of dangerousness or hazard level must be ascertained. Hence, a number of limitations have been established by IATA Dangerous Goods Regulation (DGR) to guide operators accordingly. There are some limitations on the quantity of dangerous goods that may be transported by air
Module I: Applicability of Dangerous Goods Regulation.
Module II: Limitations in carriage of Dangerous Goods
Module III: Forbidden Dangerous Goods.
Module IV: Hidden Dangerous Goods.
Module V: Dangerous Goods carried by passengers or crew.
Module VI: Transport of Dangerous Goods by post.
Module VII: Dangerous Goods in operator’s property.
Module VIII: Dangerous Goods Approvals and Exemptions.
Module IX: Dangerous Goods in Excepted Quantities.
Module X: Dangerous Goods in Limited Quantities.
Module XI: State and Operator Variations.
Module XII: Classification system for Dangerous Goods
Module XIII: Identification of Dangerous Goods
Module XIV: Parking Instruction for Dangerous Goods consignment
Module XV: Case Studies.
Two (2) days
October 9-10, 2018
Course Fee: 126,000 vat incl. per participant
Time: 9.00am – 4.00pm daily
18B, Bayo Ajayi Street. off Hakeem Balogun Street, Agidingbi,
Ikeja, Lagos. P.O. Box 5538. Alausa, Ikeja, Lagos.
Email: email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org
For more info: call any of these numbers: 08052774289, 08051034040