Transportation of Dangerous Goods by Air and Sea

Personnel involved in preparing dangerous goods for movement by any method of transport including air and sea are required by law to receive safety training.

The Technical Instructions for the Safe Transport of Dangerous Goods by Air sets out the specific requirements required to comply with the International Civial Aviation Authority (ICAO).

The International Maritime Dangerous Goods (IMDG) Code for the Safe Transport of Dangerous Goods by Sea defines the safety training requirements for shippers, staff from shipping departments and any other personnel responsible for the transporation of dangerous goods by sea.


Course Overview

Transportation of Dangerous Goods by Air and Sea training provides the skills and knowledge required to correctly prepare shipments of dangerous goods for transport by air and sea.

Delegates will be required to complete two written exams, one for Transportation of Dangerous Goods by Air and one for Transportation of Dangerous Goods by Sea. Each exam has a pass mark of at least 80%.


Course Objectives

Delegates completing a Transportation of Dangerous Goods by Air and Sea training course will be able to;

  • Understand dangerous goods transportation regulations for both air and sea
  • Understand the security aspects and emergency procedures related to dangerous goods
  • Identify and classify dangerous goods
  • Handle dangerous goods
  • Prepare dangerous goods for transport by air and sea

Course Content

A Transportation of Dangerous Goods by Air and Sea training course includes;

  1. Transportation of Dangerous Goods by Air (CAA)
  2. Transportation of Dangerous Goods by Sea

Prerequisites

There are no prerequisites for a Transportation of Dangerous Goods by Air and Sea training course.