Awareness Dangerous Goods (DG)

Dangerous Goods initial and recurrent training is a mandatory requirement for all pilots

Training - Training Centre (CASR PART 142)

Awareness Dangerous Goods (DG)

INITIAL

  • General
    • Dangerous Goods initial and recurrent training is a mandatory requirement for all pilots, cabin crew and staff associated with passenger and ground handling. You can perform all your Dangerous Goods training using the Airline Training Portal.
    • Dangerous Goods Course fulfills the 24-month ICAO/IATA recurrent dangerous goods training requirement and it is also suitable for operators who are non-authorized to carry dangerous goods.
  • Objectives

          Upon completion of this course the participants will be qualified to apply the principles in the DGR, specifically able to:
    • apply the IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations correctly;
    • apply the legal aspects involves;
    • differentiate between Shippers and Operators responsibilities;
    • identify dangerous goods which are:
    • forbidden for air transport;
    • permitted as cargo under the Regulations;
    • excepted from the Regulations in all or in part.
    • identify the nine classes of DG by their principle criteria;
    • navigate through the alphabetical List of Dangerous Goods;
    • apply the general packing requirements, packing instructions;
    • identify marking and labeling;
    • identify a Shipper’s Declaration and Notification to Captain (Notoc);
    • recognize and apply the appropriate State and/ or Operator variations;
    • follow general emergency procedures when a damage or leaking package is discovered.

RECURRENT

  • General
    • Dangerous Goods initial and recurrent training is a mandatory requirement for all pilots, cabin crew and staff associated with passenger and ground handling. You can perform all your Dangerous Goods training using the Airline Training Portal.
    • Dangerous Goods Course fulfills the 24-month ICAO/IATA recurrent dangerous goods training requirement and it is also suitable for operators who are non-authorized to carry dangerous goods.
  • Objectives

    Upon completion of this course the participants will be able to:
    • Fulfill the 24-month ICAO/IATA recurrent dangerous goods training Requirements;
    • Apply the recent updates of the IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations;
    • Understand and utilize latest ICAO and IATA amendments and directives;
    • Review and share practical aspects of dangerous goods handling with your peers.

Nusa Flying International as an approved Pilot School has sufficient facilities to support its operations, assuring you of the very highest standards of safety, comfort and quality pilot education that you would except from a professional flight academy.

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