ABOUT COURSE

NOTE:  INITIAL TRAINING (2-5 days); REFRESHER TRAINING (1 – 3 days)

Participants in Caverton Training Organisation Dangerous Goods Regulations training will be equipped with training and skills necessary to recognize dangers, and apply legal requirements, operational restrictions, and documentation pertaining to acceptance, safe handling, storage and transport of dangerous goods by air. Consequently, the depth of training provided by the Caverton Training Organisation will depend on the operational responsibilities of personnel involved.

This includes personnel of shippers, freight forwarders, postal operators, airline operators and others involved in any capacity in the handling of passengers, baggage or freight. The following template (wherever applicable) in IATA DGR 1.5.2. applies for Initial and Recurrent training offered by Caverton Training Organisation:

  1. General Familiarization DG Training – aimed at providing familiarity with the general provisions.
  2. Function Specific DG Training – This provides detailed training according to prescribed syllabi for the requirements applicable to the job function of the person – commensurate with their responsibiities.
  3. Safety Training – covering all hazards presented by dangerous goods, safe handling and emergency response procedures.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND THIS TRAINING

  • Pilots and Cabin Crew
  • Passenger Screening/ Aviation Security Officers
  • Flight Dispatch and Aviation Operations Officers
  • Baggage Handlers
  • Operations Officers
  • Passenger Handling Staff
  • Helicopter Landing Officers

 

  • Aviation Stores and Material Handling
  • Engineering and technical personnel (Awareness only)
  • Staff of Shippers, Airline Operators, Postal Operators and Freight Forwarders involved in the acceptance, storage, handling, loading and transportation of Dangerous Goods.

COURSE CONTENT

Course duration and content for Caverton Training Organisation Dangerous Goods Regulations Training follow the specifications set out in tables 1.5A, 1.5B and 1.5C of the IATA DGR and will depend on the job functions of the course delegates.

  • General Philosophy
  • Applicability of Dangerous Goods Regulations
  • Dangerous Goods Limitations
  • Classification of Dangerous goods
  • List of Dangerous Goods
  • Packaging

 

 

  • Radioactive Materials and Transport Index
  • Labeling and Marking
  • Dangerous Goods Documentation
  • Acceptance and Handling of Dangerous Goods
  • Pilots Notification and Shippers Declaration
  • Provisions for Passengers and Crew
  • Emergency Procedures.