Purpose of the Course This course is designed to recertify/refresh those who have undertaken the air initial acceptance course.
Duration of Course 1 day
Course Content The course is designed to provide refresher training in the theory and practical aspects of transporting dangerous goods by air. It examines the IATA DGR and updates participants on technical, procedural or company policy changes since last training was conducted. Students will be refreshed/updated on the following:
Dangerous goods terminology
Australian Dangerous Goods legislation and its relationship with ICAO and IAEA
General philosophy on carriage of dangerous goods
Shippers and operators responsibilities
Risk to aircraft and occupants associated with the nine classes of dangerous goods
Classification of dangerous goods
Packing, marking and labelling a dangerous goods consignment
Completion of documentation that needs to accompany each consignment
Handling, stowage and segregation, separation distances
Recognising hidden dangerous goods
Dealing with the media
Classroom assignments and exercises will give practical experience to put the knowledge gained to the test and enable the successful achievement of the assessment.
Course Recognition This course is approved by Civil Aviation Safety Authority. A certificate is issued on successful completion of an end-of-course questionnaire and the qualification is valid for two years.
Who Should Attend? If you require recertification, then this is the ideal course for you. If you are an existing client and your contact details have not changed, the CBFCA will contact you or your company in the three months leading up to your validity date to provide you with training options.
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