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Our classroom hazardous materials training solutions satisfy initial and recurrent regulatory requirements for training hazmat employees in all modes of transport within the United States and internationally around the world respectively.
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Upcoming IATA Dangerous Goods Training Classes
Dangerous Goods Training for IATA DGR IntroductionThe IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations (DGR) is used worldwide by air carriers who accept and transport shipments of dangerous goods. All individuals involved in the handling, packaging, transporting, offering, acceptance, loading and unloading of dangerous goods must have the proper training to do so (IATA DGR 22.214.171.124). Shippers and freight forwarders (brokers) of dangerous goods must comply with training requirements and regulatory guidelines of the IATA DGR, often as a condition for air carriers to accept shipments of dangerous goods and hazardous materials for air transport. The Bureau of Dangerous Goods provides initial and recurrent training courses to meet these requirements with out instructor-led classroom training programs. Additionally, anyone involved in the transportation of hazardous materials within the United States must be properly trained to do so, under the requirements described in Title 49, Code of Federal Regulations (49 CFR), Subpart H, governed by the United States Department of Transportation. For air transport purposes, shipments of dangerous goods going onboard U.S. registered aircraft, destined to or departing from the United States must additionally adhere to 49 CFR regulations.
IATA-Accredited Dangerous Goods Training ProviderAs an IATA-accredited training provider, the Bureau of Dangerous Goods offers a special IATA 3-Day Accredited Initial Training dangerous goods course, designed with the freight forwarder in mind. As a requirement for freight forwarders listed by Cargo Network Services Corporation (CNS), our IATA accredited course helps to simplify, standardize and secure the transport of people, cargo and mail throughout a global airline network with the freight forwarder as an intermediary between the shipper and airline. Visit our IATA 3-Day Accredited Initial Training dangerous goods course page for more information.
Basic Training RequirementsAll hazmat employees must be trained in the following areas dealing with dangerous goods, as required in IATA DGR 126.96.36.199:
Initial Training RequirementsInitial training courses must be taken and maintained for:
Recurrent Training RequirementsIATA DGR 188.8.131.52 Recurrent training must take place within 24 months of previous IATA dangerous goods training to ensure knowledge is current, unless a competent authority has defined a shorter period. However, if your recurrent training is completed within the final 3 months of validity of previous training, the period of validity extends from the date on which the recurrent training was completed until 24 months (2 years) from the expiration date of your previous training. For example, if your current training certification expires on Monday, August 19, 2013 and you take a recurrent training course today on Sunday, May 19, 2013, your new expiration date will be Tuesday, August 19, 2014.
Hazmat Training Record RetentionA record of current training, including the last thirty-six months (three years), must be kept and maintained for each hazmat employee while they remain an employee, and must be made available upon request of an appropriate national authority (IATA DGR 184.108.40.206 and 220.127.116.11). The following information must be kept in the record:
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