Dangerous Goods Training
Our dangerous goods training course complies with EU-OPS 1 subpart R, ICAO-TI and IATA-DGR, and is designed for, flight deck, cabin crew, technicians, check-in personnel and ground crew.
The course can be used for air operators having either permanent or no-permanent approval to carry dangerous goods
The DG course is divided into 9 sections:
- General Philosophy
- List of dangerous goods.
- Labeling and markings
- Recognition of undeclared DG
- Storage and loading procedures
- Pilot’s notification
- Provisions for pax and crew Emergency procedures
Our dangerous goods course can be used for both initial and recurrent training. According to the law all personnel for flight crew, cabin crew are obligated to conduct a DGR course each 24’th month.
This course (dangerous goods) is updated after any major change in the regulations, or if a significant incident or accident occurs under the scope of this subject. Permanent or NON-permanent approval.
The course can be used for air operators having either non-permanent or permanent approval to carry dangerous goods.
Information about the course
What is dangerous goods?
Dangerous Goods are items that may endanger the safety of an aircraft or persons on board the aircraft.
Dangerous Goods are also known as restricted articles, hazardous materials and dangerous cargo. Their carriage on Qantas aircraft is primarily governed by the Civil Aviation Safety Authority Regulations. Dangerous Goods must not be carried in (or as) passenger or crew-checked baggage or carry-on baggage, except as indicated in the table below. Security type attache cases incorporating Dangerous Goods, such as lithium batteries or pyrotechnic devices, are totally forbidden.
Our dangerous goods course complies with EU-OPS, Subpart Q, ICAO-TI and IATA-DGR.