HS34 Dangerous Goods by Air Awareness - msts-my. Goods by...carriage of dangerous goods by passengers, as cargo, ... Ground handling; b) Storage and loading of cargo; c) ... (Segregation –Dangerous Goods and Non-dangerous goods)
Post on 21-Apr-2018
This awareness level training is intended for all relevant staff with responsibilities concerning the
carriage of dangerous goods by passengers, as cargo, within mail or as stores and the staff of
operators as well as any subcontract service providers and other agencies who may be acting on
behalf of the operators performing any of the following functions:
a) Ground handling;
b) Storage and loading of cargo;
c) Storage and loading of baggage;
d) Passenger handling and security staff responsible for screening passengers and their baggage;
By the end of the course, using the Dangerous Goods Regulations, delegates would be able to;
Define dangerous goods.
Give examples of forbidden dangerous goods, hidden dangerous goods, dangerous goods allowed
on passengers and dangerous goods allowed as cargo.
List the 9 classes of dangerous goods.
List some General Packing requirements.
Recognise DG markings and labels.
Explain storage and loading procedures.
Apply Emergency Procedures.
List the main documents involved in the carriage of dangerous goods
General philosophy of the IATA Dangerous Goods Regulation
Applicability and Limitations
Recognition of Undeclared Dangerous Goods
Identification and Packing
Labelling and Marking
Shipper's Declaration and other relevant documentation
Storage and loading procedures (Segregation Dangerous Goods and Non-dangerous goods)
Provisions for passengers and crew
Pre Course Requirement
Proficiency in English Language
Dangerous Goods Air Awareness