Initial Dangerous Goods Regulations (Book1)

 

Course Objectives

By the end of this course the trainees should be able to:

  • Know the contents of the dangerous goods regulations
  • Deal with all types of dangerous goods covered by the dangerous goods regulations. Specifically
  • Apply  IATA  dangerous goods regulations correctly
  • Understand  the legal aspects involved
  • Differentiate  between shipper’s  and operator’s responsibilities and identify  his responsibilities
  • Identify  dangerous goods
  • Read the alphabetical  list of dangerous goods
  • Apply the general packing requirements and the specific packing instructions or verify that they have been followed
  • Verify that the use of a packaging  complies with the limitations of  the specification  indicated  on the package
  • Properly mark and label a dangerous goods package or  verify that the marking  or  labeling requirements have been met
  • Recognize and apply the appropriate state and/or operator variations

Course Contents

Module 1 – Contents Of The IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations

  • Objectives
  • Introduction
  • Contents of the DGR 
  • DGR Section 1- Applicability
  • DGR Section 2 – Limitations

Module  2 – Dangerous Goods Classes And Divisions

  • Objectives
  • General
  • Definition of Classes
  • Review of Packing Groups
  • Review of Classification
  • Review of Classes and Divisions

Module 3 – Identification

  • Objectives 
  • Introduction
  • List of  Dangerous Goods
  • How  to use the List of  Dangerous Goods
  • Mixtures and Solutions with  Single  Hazard
  • Mixtures and Solutions with  Multiple  Hazards

Module 4 – Packing Requirements

  • Objectives
  •  Introduction
  • UN Specification Packaging
  • Limited Quantity Packaging
  • Other Packagings
  • Checking the Packaging of Dangerous Good Shipments
  • Specification Package Markings
  • Different Dangerous Goods Packed in one Outer Packaging
  • Overpacks    
  • Salvage Packagings

 Module 5- Marking and Labeling

  • Objectives
  • Introduction
  • Marking
  • Labeling
  • Overpacks
  • Quick Reference Guide

Module 6 – Documentation

  •  Objectives
  •  Introduction
  • The Shipper’s Declaration for Dangerous Goods
  • Air Waybill

Module 7 – State and Operator Variations

  • Objectives
  • Responsibilities
  • State Variations
  • Operator Variations
  • Procedure

Module 8 - Acceptance

  •  Objective
  •  Introduction
  • Acceptance Check Lists
  • Acceptance Checking Procedure
  • Sample Check List
  • Example Check List Usage
  • Acceptance of Module Load Devices Containing Dangerous Goods
  • Acceptance of Dangerous Goods Consolidations

Module 9 - Excepted Quantities

  •  Objectives
  •  Introduction
  • Classes and Divisions of Dangerous Goods permitted in “Excepted Quantities
  • Dangerous Goods not permitted in “Excepted Quantities
  • Package Quantity Limits

Module 10 - Excepted Quantities (Cont'd)

  • Different Dangerous Goods in “Excepted Quantities packed in the same outer packaging
  • Labeling
  • Air Waybill

Module 11 – Storage and Loading

  • Objective
  • Introduction
  • Protection from Damage
  • Inspection of Packages of Dangerous Goods
  • Securing of Dangerous Goods
  • Loading Restrictions on Passenger Aircraft
  • Loading on Cargo Aircraft
  • Storage and Loading of Incompatible Dangerous Goods
  • Loading and Storage of Toxic and Infectious Substances
  • Loading and Storage of Radioactive Material
  • Loading of Magnetized Materials
  • Loading of Carbon Dioxide, Solid (Dry Ice)
  • Loading of Expandable Polymeric Beads
  • Loading of Live Animals with Dangerous Goods
  • Loading of Wheelchairs or Other Battery Operated Mobility  Aids as Checked Baggage
  • Handling of Self-Reactive Substances and Organic Peroxides
  • Revision

Module 12 –Provision of Information

  • Objectives
  • General
  • Information to Pilot-in-Command

Module 13 -Dangerous Goods Emergency Response

  • Objectives
  • Introduction
  • Procedures
  • Dangerous Goods Emergency Response Chart
  • Incidents and Accidents
  • Revision  

Module 14 - Radioactive Material

  • Objectives
  • Introduction
  • Limitations
  • Modules of Measurement
  • Description of Radioactive Material
  • Types of Packages
  • Quantity Limitations – Type “A” Packages
  • Excepted Package of Radioactive Material
  • Transport Index
  • Marking and Labeling
  • Documentation

 

Target Audience

  • Shippers.
  • Persons undertaking the responsibilities of shippers.
  • operator's staff acting as shippers.
  • operators staff preparing dangerous goods as Company Materials (COMAT).
  • Packers.
  • Staff of freight forwarders involved in processing dangerous goods.
  • Operator's and ground handling agent's staff accepting dangerous goods.

 

Pre-requisites

  • university degree
  • Good Command of English Language
  • Successfully Completed Basic Cargo Skills and Procedures Course

 

Course Code
DGR1-1TP
Duration
10 Days
Price
Price [EGP] : 5600.00
Registration
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Course Schedule

4 / 9 / 2022

2 / 10 / 2022

6 / 11 / 2022

4 / 12 / 2022

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Dangerous Goods Courses