Shipping Dangerous Goods by Air

International shipments must comply with both the ICAO (International Civil Aviation Organization) Technical Instructions, as well as national regulations. In order to meet commercial standards, shippers are also required to meet the IATA (International Air Transport Association) Dangerous Goods Regulations. Furthermore, some countries and airlines have filed variations to many of these requirements. Failure to comply with any of these may result in costly delays, but most importantly, legal charges.

Choose classroom, on-site, online training, instructor-led webinars, or even customize our training to suit to your business.

For more information, read frequently asked questions about shipping by air training on our Shipping by Air Training FAQs page.

Copy of the IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations required to complete online training.
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WHO SHOULD ATTEND

Any shippers, packers, cargo agents, freight forwarders, operator personnel who are responsible for the preparation of hazardous materials by air transportation.

Topics covered

  • Overview of national and international regulations on transport of dangerous goods by air
  • Shipper’s responsibilities
  • Training requirements
  • State and operator variations
  • 7 Steps to Compliance
  • Use the List of Dangerous Goods
  • Limited Quantities
  • Excepted Quantities

Course material

  • IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations
  • Shipping by air guide
  • Performance packaging guide