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IATA DGR Function Specific Online Training Certification Courses

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We offer a complete selection of Function Specific IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations online training courses for everyone who works in packing, marking, labeling, shipping, loading, transporting or accepting hazardous materials and dangerous goods for shipment by air. Training can begin immediately. Upon successful completion the student will have immediate access to a printable certificate and wallet card.

IATA dangerous goods regulations apply to any hazmat employee involved in transporting hazardous materials by air. Our online training courses cover both IATA general familiarization and IATA function specific topics, ensuring personnel understand how to read, interpret, and follow IATA regulations.

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) represents approximately 230 airlines from 126 countries. IATA publishes the Dangerous Goods Regulations (DGR) to provide shippers and operators with procedures that can be used to safely transport articles and substances with hazardous properties by air. The DGR contains all of the requirements of the ICAO Technical Instructions, along with some additional requirements that are more restrictive. We offer a complete selection of online certification courses that span the full transport process - from shipping and packing to cargo acceptance, security screening, flight crew requirements, and ramp and warehouse specifications.

Transporting dangerous goods by air presents unique hazards for the environment and people. Online training in IATA dangerous goods regulations helps prevent hazardous material incidents that occur due to improper preparation for transportation and human error.

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