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Transport of Dry Ice by Air 2022 | e-learning

£125.00

6 Modules | 5 Hours plus Test |IATA Certification | Access to regulations required
Get compliant with the IATA regulations by completing a CAA certification course that deals specifically with the transport of Dry Ice with non-Dangerous Goods. The certificate can be presented to government auditors, DHL, UPS or FedEx or any logistics provider to aid setting up your dangerous goods account as evidence of training. The course is certified by the UK Civil Aviation Authority (CAA).

6 Modules | 5 Hours plus Test | IATA Certification | Access to regulations required

Our course supports learning for shipping Class 9 Carbon Dioxide, solid commonly known as Dry Ice UN1845 by Air cargo when used for cooling purposes of non-dangerous goods.

Our Transport of Dry Ice by Air training is for employees that work in an environment where Un1845 is packed and prepared for shipping. The course is fully approved in the UK by the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) and concludes with an adjudicated test.

Successful candidates receive a certificate of competence, valid for two years, after which they must re-validate their qualification.

Access to the current IATA regulations is required, this can be purchased along with the course.

Transport of Dry Ice by Air Course Objectives:

  • Correctly prepare a consignment of Carbon Dioxide, solid / Dry Ice for air transportation
  • Adhere to practices and standards regarding acceptance and responsibilities for the preparation and handling Carbon Dioxide, solid / Dry Ice for air cargo

Transport of Dry Ice by Air Course Content:

  • UK Law and Applicability
  • Why Dry Ice is considered Dangerous
  • Limitations within the IATA and ICAO Dangerous goods regulations
  • Classification and Identification of UN1845
  • General Packing and Packing Instructions
  • Marking & Labelling requirements – Packages and Overpacks
  • Consigning the Air Waybill
  • Airline Handling checklists
  • Dangerous Goods Security