About Dangerous Goods (DGR) No Carry Training
Absolute safety and security are crucial when dealing with hazardous goods. Scandlearn’s detailed Dangerous Goods (No Carry) course has been upgraded and animated to give the content real impact and energy, so that flight crew is fully prepared to prevent dangerous goods disasters.
Dangerous goods range from the obvious, such as chemicals and weapons, to the seemingly harmless such as matches. If certain goods are handled inappropriately, or badly packed, they can react during air transportation. Every employee needs to be aware of the nature of such goods, their potential for causing harm, and how they should be dealt with. When your operators carry dangerous goods, this course must be performed as repeat training for staff members as appropriate.
- UN, ICAO
- Shipping and documentation
- UN number and IMP codes
- List of articles and substances
- Load planner’s responsibilities
- Hazard label and Handling label
- Summary of ”NOTOC”
- The Orange book, IATA-DGR
- Divisions and sub-divisions
- Crew training
- Nine classes of dangerous goods
- Markings required
- Responsibility of The National Board of Civil Aviation and its organization
Our course closely follows the EASA regulations but is also suitable for operators complying with other standards globally.