EASAOnline www.easaonline.com offers Dangerous Goods (DG) Awareness Training – Unbeatable offer!  

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All persons involved in the preparation and shipping of dangerous goods must have appropriate training.

EASAOnline.com offers Dangerous Goods Awareness 50% Summer Discount

Until the end of August 2017 all www.EASAOnline.com Dangerous Goods Awareness training courses are offered with a special 50% discounted price.

The offer is not combinable with multiple courses/users discounts. For groups of more than 50 delegates additional discounts are available, please inquire easaonline@sassofia.com

 

Why is Dangerous Goods Training Required?

Driven by ICAO Technical Instructions all staff who are either directly or indirectly involved in the transport of goods classed as dangerous by air, road, sea, rail, or inland waterway, must receive training appropriate to their job. The scope and content of this training is defined in law.

According to the Technical Instructions staff are divided into categories according to the training required appropriate to each category.

The www.easaonline.com on-line training courses on this website are designed to meet specific aspects related to awareness regarding these requirements.

The DG training requirements are quite comprehensive and are intended to ensure that everyone who is in some way potentially exposed to the possibility of Dangerous Goods shipment whether it is intentionally declared or unintentionally miss declared.

 

What Does EOL Dangerous Goods Training Cover?

Each DG training on EASAOnline.com is individually developed to provide the maximum benefit to the delegate, to recognize the need to provide multimedia content and phase exams. There is an exam at the end of each of the training presentations, after you successfully pass the exam you will be able to download and print out your certificate.

The training should provide an awareness of the general provisions of the Dangerous Goods Regulations (DGR), an understanding of the different classes of hazard and guidance on how to identify dangerous goods which are presented as passenger baggage or cargo.

 

Who Requires Aviation Dangerous Goods Awareness Training

If you are involved in any way with the shipping of Dangerous Goods then you require training, even if you are not personally responsible you may still require Dangerous goods awareness training. (See the following Job Role definition for persons who require DG Awareness Training).

·         Operators and Ground Handling Agent's staff accepting Cargo or Mail (other than Dangerous Goods) For Operators who Carry DG (Fly with DG)

·         Operators and Ground Handling Agent's staff involved in the handling, storage and loading of cargo or mail and baggage. For Operators who Carry DG (Fly with DG)

·         Passenger Handling Staff – applicable to both DG and Non DG Carriers (Fly & No Fly DG)

·         Flight Crew Members, Load Masters, Load Planners and Flight Operations Officers / Flight Dispatchers (Where the operator carries Dangerous Goods (Fly with DG)

·         Flight Crew Members (other than Flight Crew Members previously identified) – applicable to both DG and Non DG Carriers (Fly & No Fly DG)

·         Security Staff who deal with the screening of passengers and crew and their baggage and cargo or mail (e.g. Security screeners, their supervisors and staff involved in implementing security procedures.

·         Operators and Ground Handling Agent's staff accepting Cargo or Mail (other than Dangerous Goods) For Operators who “DO NOT” Carry DG (No Fly with DG)

·         Operators and Ground Handling Agent's staff involved in the handling, storage and loading of cargo or mail and baggage.

·         Flight Crew Members, Load Masters, Load Planners and Flight Operations Officers / Flight Dispatchers (Where the operator does not carry Dangerous Goods (No Fly)

 

The training which is required is measured against the Job Role and should be appropriate to the involvement of the person and is dependent on the tasks undertaken.

For details please see www.easaonline.com or email easaonline@sassofia.com

 

 

 

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