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IATA - Air Shipping


With DGI's IATA training, you will learn how to safely transport hazardous materials by air. 

IATA Training is required for any hazmat employee who needs to understand how to use the IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations (DGR). This includes: Shipping personnel who prepare and sign the shipping papers for air transport, Personnel responsible for classifying hazardous product, and anyone else who meets the definition of a "hazmat employee" and who needs to understand how to read and interpret the IATA Air Regulations.

Initial Training is required within 90 days of hire or a change in job function(s).
Recurrent Training is required every 24 months for IATA.

DGI's IATA training Fulfills US DOT and International Law Training Requirements.

Please note if you ship Lithium BatteriesRadioactive Materials or Explosives additional training is recommended.
Additionally Airline Operator or Ground Handling staff may require additional training based on job function.

To view DGI's IATA classes choose Initial or Recurrent above.

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