This course provides State employees with the knowledge and skills required to determine when a consignment of dangerous goods is classified, packed, marked, labelled, documented, accepted, handled and transported in accordance with Annex 18 and the Technical Instructions.
conducted by ICAO certified instructors .
conducted in English language .
The course is composed of the following modules, which include exercises and case studies:
Unit: 1: General Philosophy, Organization and Contents of the International Civil Aviation Organization Technical Instructions
2: Hazard Class Definitions and Classification Procedures
3: Use of the Dangerous Goods
4: Packing Requirements
5; Package Marking and Labelling
6: Dangerous goods transport document and other relevant documentation
7: Operators and Cargo Acceptance
8; Infectious Substances*
9: Radioactive Material*
10: Dangerous Goods in Limited Quantities and Dangerous Goods in Excepted Quantities
11: Provisions for Passengers and Crew
12: Emergency Procedures.
The training is most beneficial for State employees involved in the oversight and administration of regulations related to the transport of dangerous goods by air. However, it would benefit anyone with a need for knowledge of the detailed provisions in the Technical Instructions including and not limited to:
Directors or managers of operations
Airport operations supervisors
Cargo operations managers and frontline supervisors
Dangerous goods acceptance agents
Freight forwarders/Operator and ground handling agents
Mastery test after accomplish each module.
ICAO TRAINAIR Certificate.