Duration: 5 days

The person who completes this SACAA / TETA accredited course is able to understand and apply the philosophies underpinning the carriage of dangerous goods by air and identity and apply limitations associated with the carriage of dangerous goods. They will also be able to classify dangerous goods and compile and verity relevant documentation in line with organisational and legislative requirements.

Course Content
  • Detailed step-by-step explanation of how to use and correctly apply the most current edition of the IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations manual
  • Tools to help you and your organisation on the safe handling of Dangerous Goods
  • Identification, classification, proper packaging, marking, labelling and documentation requirements (Air Waybill and Shipper's Declaration)
  • Emergency loading and unloading procedures, segregation, storage and handling
  • Operators' and shippers' responsibilities
Note : The DGR Initial course meets the training requirements for personnel listed in categories 1, 2, 3 & 6 as per Table 1.5.A of the IATA DGR.

Duration: 1 days

After completing this 1-day course, the student will:
  • know the origin of the current regulations and understand the general philosophy;
  • define dangerous goods and identify the classes of dangerous goods;
  • extract information from the list of dangerous goods;
  • identify the hazard/handling labels applicable to dangerous goods;
  • be aware of loading restrictions and requirements;
  • understand the provisions for dangerous goods in baggage of passengers or crew;
  • use information from the Notification to Captain Form (NOTOC)
  • be familiar with emergency procedures.

All other IATA categories of awareness courses (8, 9, 11 and 12) are available and may also be presented anywhere at a venue and time of your choice

(Presented by Deal Alliance Aviation Ground School) Click here: www.dealalliance.co.za