IATA DANGEROUS GOODS REGULATIONS LITHIUM BATTERY COURSE

Course Title IATA DGR LITHIUM BATTERY HANDLING COURSE
Course Reference Number CRS-N-0045747
Course Training Duration (hours) 8.75
Course Fees(before GST and any applicable funding) $400
Funding Validity Period 18 Jan 2019 to 31 Dec 2019
Mode of Training Classroom Lecture
Course Objectives At the end of course, the trainees will be able to:
. Understand the General Philosopy
. Knows shipper’s requirements
. Be able to classify Lithium Batteries
. Knows the 9 main hazards
. Able to use the Identification Section 4.2 List of Dangerous Goods
. Apply the Packing Instructions for Lithium Batteries
. Apply the Package Type for packing of Lithium Battery
– UN Spec
– Non UN Spec
. Apply the correct Labels and Marks on a Lithium Packaging
. Prepare correctly the Shipper’s Declaration and other documentation
. Knows how to detect Undeclared / Hidden Dangerous goods
. Understand the application of Passenger and Crew Limits
. Knows the Emergency Respond procedure for Lithium Batteries 

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We are an accredited training provider for the IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations (Worldwide). IATA mandates that all personnel involve in handling storage, loading and preparation of Dangerous Goods by Air Transport must attend a training program as per the latest IATA DGR Manual.

Your air passengers are some of the stake holders that may carry lithium ion/metal batteries in their baggage. If not stored correctly, these batteries can be explosive and become dangerous to the safety of the aircraft.

We equip your warehousing staff with the right knowledge on how to handle lithium batteries as per IATA regulations

Our seminar details:

  1. Location: AAT Training Centre(Klang Lane)
  2. Duration: 2 days(Day 1: 9am to 5pm),(Day 2: 9am to 1pm)
  3. Fees: S$400 per delegate
  4. Results: Participants who pass the MCQ test will be awarded a Completion Certificate
  5. Training Methodology: Lecture/Discussion/Practical

Course content:

  • Case Study on DG Incidents and Accidents
  • General Philosophy
  • General requirements for shippers
  • Limitations
  • Classification and Table 9.3.A with focus on Lithium Batteries
  • List of Dangerous Goods
  • Types of packaging
  • Marks and Labels
  • Shipper’s Declarations/AWB and any Approvals
  • Use of Packing Instructions to Mark/Label and Documentation for Lithium Batteries
  • Recognition of Undeclared Dangerous Goods/Forbidden DG
  • Inspection for damaged Lithium Batteries
  • Acceptance of Lithium Batteries in a ULD/Securing of Dangerous Goods
  • Provision of Passengers and Crew as in Table 2.3.A
  • Emergency Response
  • MCQ and Practical Test

Seats are limited, so book now to avoid disappointment!

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