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Shipping Hazmats by Air for the Aviation Industry
Offered as a Live Online Class
Agenda for One Day Recurrent Training (Web-Based)
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Eastern TimePacific Time Subject
10:00 -10:4007:00 - 07:40General Awareness, Familiarization and Limitations
10:50 -11:5007:50 - 08:50Recognizing Aircraft Hazmats / Undeclared Shipments and Navigating the ICAO Instructions
12:00 -13:0009:00 - 10:00 Packaging
13:10 -13:5010:10 - 10:50Labelling and Marking
14:00 - 14:5011:00 - 11:50Shippers Declaration and Air Waybill
15:00 - 15:2012:00 - 12:20Provisions for Passengers and Crew
15:30 - 15:5012:30 - 12:50US Variations
16:00 - 17:0013:00 - 14:00Security Awareness, Emergency Procedures and Safety

NEXT CLASS: Not Scheduled, but we offer online recurrent training as a part of our two-day (two half days) training session, which can be viewed here

Unless otherwise specified, the class will begin at 10:00 am Eastern Time.

All times are approximate. Additional time may be used on various subjects to facilitate efficient and timely understanding of course material. This flexibility permits the instructor to spend extra time on any subject that is a concern to the students. Please do not hesitate to ask questions about any matter that seems confusing!

Both the IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations and Title 49 CFR require that employees affecting the transportation in commerce of Dangerous Goods be trained and tested. There will be a test at the end of the course. Passing this course will require attendance at all sessions of the course as well as correctly answering at least 80% of the questions on the exam.