IATA Training

IATA Training & Certification

Our 12-hour IATA course teaches shippers how to properly offer dangerous goods for shipment by air according to the International Air Transport Association (IATA) Regulations. All shippers of dangerous goods, using most of the major domestic and international cargo and passenger airlines, must follow IATA Dangerous Goods regulations. IATA dangerous goods training is considered supplemental to, and a function-specific element of, DOT hazardous materials training, and is required every 36 months. This training may serve as a refresher or initial training. IATA Certification is included.

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IATA Course Formats

  • Open Enrollment Classroom IATA Training in cities near you
  • Onsite IATA Training at your company location

Who Should Attend IATA Training?

  • Operations-level hazmat employees who prepare air shipments of dangerous goods
  • Employees who package, label, sign, or document air shipments

IATA Training Agenda

  • Shipper’s Responsibilities
  • Limitations, Prohibitions, Variations and Exceptions
  • Classification of Dangerous Goods
  • Use of the List of Dangerous Goods
  • General Packaging Requirements
  • Packing Instructions
  • UN-Specification Packaging Standards
  • Proper Application of Markings, Hazard Labels, and Handling Labels
  • Proper Completion of Dangerous Goods Declarations and Air Waybills
  • A Copy of the most recent IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations Book

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Companies serious about compliant air shipment of dangerous goods go to Triumvirate for IATA Training and IATA certification. Our IATA Trainers bring years of industry experience and make a dry subject interesting and easy to absorb. We make sure you earn your certification by learning the material.

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