This course provides function-specific hazmat employee training on the latest IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations
(DGR) for dangerous goods air shipments. Hazmat employees who complete this IATA training course are prepared to package, mark, label, load, unload, and document hazardous materials air shipments.
We recommend completing Shipping Hazmat by Ground–Ops (49 CFR)
to learn the US regulations before you enroll in an IATA DGR or IMDG Code course.
Effective IATA DGR training is critical to prevent rejected air shipments, customs delays, and US FAA fines now as high as $81,993 per day, per violation.
- Engaging, interactive IATA training for hazmat employees
- Relevant excerpts of ICAO/IATA hazmat air shipping requirements
- Trusted compliance resources and references to simplify hazmat compliance.
- Year-round updates to your course resources and alerts about rule changes.
- 6 months of Lion Membership for complete compliance support.
- Certificate to demonstrate competence in IATA DGR regulations.
Shipping Hazmat by Air – Ops training covers:
- Understanding the differences between IATA and DOT (49 CFR)
- Filling and closing packages for air shipment
- Marking and labeling packages
- Preparing the Shipper’s Declaration
- Reporting and recordkeeping responsibilities
Both US DOT and ICAO/IATA require hazmat training for all "hazmat employees." The IATA DGR requires air shipping employees to repeat training once every 24 months.
This online course is designed to help satisfy IATA DGR training requirements for hazmat air shipping employees and provides function-specific hazmat training for personnel who package, mark, label, load, unload, or document dangerous goods air shipments. Both US DOT and ICAO/IATA require hazmat training for all "hazmat employees."
New IATA DGR rules are in effect as of January 1.
Key Learning Objectives:
- Help meet DOT and IATA training mandates for hazmat employees who prepare or offer air shipments, found in 49 CFR 172.704 and IATA 1.5.
- Safely perform a full range of hazmat job functions for shipments offered for transport by passenger or cargo aircraft.
Online Course Details
||Desktop, tablet, or mobile
|Training required by
||US DOT and ICAO/IATA
(49 CFR 172.704 and IATA 1.5)
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Why choose online IATA training for hazmat employees?
Online IATA hazmat training is convenient, cost-effective way to satisfy US DOT and ICAO/IATA hazmat employee training mandates for bulk or non-bulk hazmat shippers.
Produced and kept up-to-date by Lion's team of experienced hazmat trainers, regulatory experts, Certified Hazardous Materials Managers (CHMM), and Certified Dangerous Goods Professionals (CDGP), the Shipping Hazmat by Air - Ops Online Course
is comprehensive, reliable, and designed to simplify hazmat compliance for new or experienced employees.
Online courses are available 24/7 with support available 7 days a week.
Our state-of-the-art learning management system gives you access to tools that will enhance your online training experience:
- Resume your training from where you left off with automatic bookmarking
- Track your progress with the detailed course status display
- Get answers to your course content questions from expert instructors
- Develop your compliance expertise with engaging interactions
- Test your knowledge with exercises and quizzes on critical topics
- Access your complete Lion training history at any time
Who takes this IATA training online course?
This IATA DGR air shipper course is designed for operations-level hazmat employees who package, mark, label, and document dangerous goods air shipments. Additional training is required to meet the US DOT’s “function-specific,” general awareness, and security awareness training requirements for ground shippers.
See Shipping Hazmat by Ground–Ops
Training for Hazardous Materials Managers:
Employees with management responsibilities, i.e., who supervise hazmat employees, classify materials, determine authorized packaging, or sign shipping papers should complete more comprehensive IATA training.
See Hazmat Air Shipper Certification (IATA)