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Training on International Air Transport Association IATA REFRESHER


 

Prerequisite: IATA Initial training

This training aims to update your knowledge of dangerous goods shipping by air in collaboration with the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) and the International Air Transport Association (IATA).


We cover the following topics:

  • Limitations
  • Identification
  • Packing
  • Marking and labelling
  • Documentation
  • Radioactive material
  • Passenger and Cargo Aircrafts

 


We privilege enjoyable learning with the help of games and didactic material. Each participant will receive a training booklet for future reference and a training certificate in accordance with Transport Canada standards.

 


IATA Refresher
Monday, 1 April 2024
08:30
7 hours
325,00 $
Wednesday, 1 May 2024
08:30
7 hours
325,00 $

Summary and objectives of the training

 

Who is this training for?

Since certification in the transport of dangerous goods by air must be renewed every 2 years, this training is intended for people who have already taken IATA training and who need to update their certification.

If you send dangerous goods by air, even in small quantities, this training becomes a must. If you wonder about any of the following questions in the course of your work, IATA training will enable you to send compliant packages and avoid rejected and returned shipments. The shipment of a dangerous product by air begins in the laboratory with a correct classification, the verification that the product can be sent by air as well as the choice of packaging. 

  • Are you able to properly classify your product for transport?
  • Are you able to choose the right container?
  • Do you know the packaging standards?
  • Would you be able to recognize non-compliant packaging?
  • Do you know how to fill out the appropriate documentation?
  • Do you know the legal repercussions and hazards of a non-compliant shipment?

 

Do I need to have any prerequisites to take this course?

This training is focused on shipping hazardous materials by air. You will learn how to prepare your packages so that they comply with the regulations in force and how to produce the necessary documents for these shipments. This is a refresher course, so you must have completed IATA training in the past. This training will allow you to update yourself with the regulations.

 

Learning Objective

This training aims to support companies that must send their products by air, according to IATA Regulations. Each participant will learn to master all the steps from classification to documentation for their shipments. 

We will deal with the following topics: 

  • Classification according to the 9 classes
  • Particularities of air transport
  • How to find information in IATA regulations
  • Packaging requirements
  • Documentation Requirements

The training also includes practical exercises to make the learning a reality. Each participant will receive a training workbook for future reference and a training certificate. 

 

Training outline

 

Module 1: Regulatory Context 

Objective of the module: to be able to

  • Distinguish the different regulations for the transport of dangerous goods
  • Understand the structure of IATA regulations
  • Find information in regulations
  • Understand the need for comprehensive classification.

1.1 Legal responsibilities of each of the TDGR actors
1.1.1 The shipper and importer, the carrier and the handler
1.1.2 Offences and Penalties
1.1.3 Transportation of Dangerous Goods (TMD) Regulations
1.2 IATA Regulations
1.2.1 Structure
1.2.2 States and operators variations

 

Module 2: Classification

Objective of the module: to be able to

  • Understand the need for comprehensive classification.
  • Know the particularities of air transport
  • Understand the hazards associated with lithium batteries
  • Understand the Dangerous Goods List

2.1 Classification
2.1.1 What is a dangerous good?
2.1.2 Definitions of classes 1 to 9
2.1.3 Lithium batteries (an introduction)
2.2 Dangerous Goods List and Numerical List

 

Module 3: Packaging & Packing Instruction

Objective of the module: to be able to

  • Recognize standardized packaging. 
  • Know the normal conditions of air transport
  • Understand packing instructions. 
  • Choose the right packaging

3.1 Characteristics of standardized packaging
3.1.1 Types and packaging codes
3.1.2 Requirements
3.1.3 Packing groups
3.2 Packing instruction
3.3 Packing instruction for lithium batteries
3.4 Overpack

 

Module 4: Marking and labelling

Objective of the module: to be able to

  • Judge the conformity of safety marks on a package
  • Properly complete the marking and labelling of a package

4.1 Requirements for marking and labelling
4.2 Labels specific to air transport
4.3 Overpack

 

Module 5: Documentation

Objective of the module: to be able to

  • Judge the conformity of a shipping document
  • Write compliant shipping documents.

5.1 Shipper's declaration
5.1.1 Formats and requirements
5.1.2 Overpack
5.1.3 Canadian and U.S. Variation
5.2 Airway bill

 

Module 6: Loading and Reporting

Objective of the module: to be able to

  • Identify incompatibility during packaging

6.1 Separation of incompatible goods
6.2 Spills and reports 

 

Module 7: Limitations Exemptions and Training 

Objective of the module: to be able to

  • Justify the need to be trained at IATA to your employer
  • Properly apply limited quantity exemptions 
  • Synthesize regulations in real situations

7.1 Limitations and exceptions
7.2 Excepted quantity exceptions
7.3 Limited quantity exceptions
7.4 Other exceptions
7.5 All packed in one package
7.5.1 Q-value
7.6 Training

Horloge

Duration:
1 day


Pointeur

Location:
On-site training or by videoconference
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