The International Air Transport Association (IATA)
recently launched a new digital tool to help air carriers verify compliance with the IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations
Called DG AutoCheck
, the new tool checks the Shipper’s Declaration and the packaging, markings, and labels against the latest edition of the DGR
. Ground handlers and airlines can use the tool--which IATA says will include a pictorial representation of a compliant package--during physical inspection and package acceptance check. Learn the latest IATA
DGR standards to keep your DG air shipments in full compliance at the Hazmat Air Shipper Certification Workshop in Los Angeles, Las Vegas, Denver, Kansas City, and North NJ in April.
It seems that already crucial steps in the shipping process like documenting, marking, and labeling air consignments properly will now be even more important. A computerized system could be unforgiving for shippers, leading to rejection for the smallest mistakes.
DOT and IATA DGR Training for Meet DOT and IATA training mandates
Shippers - In the Classroom or Via Live Webinar
in cities nationwide in 2018. Be confident your shipments are in full compliance with the latest 49 CFR and DGR requirements for ground or air transport. Or join a Lion instructor live on May 1 for the IATA Air Shipper Certification Webinar.
Learn the keys to compliance with IATA’s DGR
for hazmat/dangerous goods air shipments. This expert-led training is designed to help satisfy the training requirement for DG air shippers at IATA DGR
1.5 and builds on your DOT (49 CFR) hazmat knowledge. Need DOT (49 CFR) hazmat training for highway shipments?
Check out the Hazmat Ground Shipper workshop
or online course
Renew your DOT hazmat training here with the recurrent online course
or live, one-day refresher webinar
on May 3.