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Dangerous Goods By Air

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  • Duration

    3 days

  • Language

    English

  • Course code

    OBS0089

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Dangerous Goods By Air

Objective

To provide in depth training to both Material Controllers and Helideck Landing Officers, working within the oil and gas industry. The course may also be tailored around non oil and gas sectors. The course is a 3 day programme of intense training on the use and understanding of the IATA Regulations, which will conclude with an exam set in accordance with CAA requirements/standards. The course is designed for both first time students and those requiring their 2 yearly refresher training (CAA mandatorily requirement).

Target Group

Dangerous Goods by air transport is conducted in accordance with the requirements of the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA), and is based the use and understanding of various legislation to include: - The United Nations Orange Book, The International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO), International Air Transport Association (IATA) and in the United Kingdom, the Air Navigation Dangerous Goods Regulations

Prerequisites

None

Examination

On successful completion of the course, delegates will be awarded with a certificate issued by RelyOn Nutec, which will include the CAA embossment.

Course Contents

Day 1:
Course registration / introduction
Introduction of the various regulation (UN, ICAO,IATA,UK ANDGR)
Applicability of the IATA Regulations for to both Shippers and Operators
The UN Classification system
Understanding the various limitations placed on both Shipper and Operators
Identification of Dangerous Goods, to include goods Not Otherwise Specified (NOS)

Day 2:
Dealing with mixtures and solutions of Dangerous Goods
The use of packing instructions
Recognition of the United Nations packaging system
Marking and labelling Dangerous Goods shipments
The completion of Dangerous Goods documentation

Day 3:
The Operators (HLO) responsibilities when checking consignments of Dangerous Goods in accordance with section 9 of the IATA Regulations
Examination (PM)