IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations 59th edition

2 Year Compliance Certificate Evan Kraemer

Course description

Get trained today on how to ship dangerous goods by air. You’ll be issued a 2 year compliance certificate when you complete the course. With every iHazmat training you get access to the course material for the duration of the certificate!

This online course allows you to train on your own and covers: 

(a) Identification and use of hazard symbols

(b) classification of dangerous goods

(c) packaging dangerous goods including marking and labeling

(d) documentation requirements including the shipper’s declaration

(e) various exceptions including limited quantities

(f) special cases including recreational equipment and lithium batteries

and all the training you need to ship Dangerous Goods by air using the 59th edition of the IATA regulations.

Please note you will require a copy of the IATA 59th edition DGR in order to complete this course.

Evan Kraemer
Evan Kraemer
Regulatory Specialist

Vancouver based Environmental Specialist with a Masters of Science in Geography and Environmental Studies from the University of Regina. His expertise include the scientific analysis of the aquatic, aeolian, and terrestrial environment. Evan is also an expert in the various Dangerous Goods regulations from the Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labelling Chemicals, to the IATA DGR.

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Course Curriculum

Chapter 1 Introduction
07:56
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Chapter 2 Classification of Chemicals: Hazard Classes + Packing Groups
03:18
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Chapter 3 Classification of Chemicals: Class 1 & 2
04:07
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Chapter 4 Classification of Chemicals: Class 3 & 4
02:35
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Chapter 5 Classification of Chemicals: Class 5, 6, & 7
03:41
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Chapter 6 Classification of Chemicals: Class 8 & 9
02:14
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Chaper 7 Classification of Chemicals: Shipping Description
03:37
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Chapter 8 Classification of Chemicals: Generic Proper Shipping Names
03:09
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Chapter 9 Using the Regulations: Section 4.2 - Blue Pages (Headings)
02:44
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Chapter 10 Using the Regulations: Section 4.2 - Blue Pages (Finer Details)
03:45
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Chapter 11 Using the Regulations: State and Operator Variations
02:42
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Chapter 12 Packaging: Section 5 - Yellow Pages (Packing Instructions)
05:04
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Chapter 13 Packaging: Section 5 - Yellow Pages Options
01:32
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Chapter 14 Packaging: Section 6 – Specification Code Example 1
04:10
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Chapter 15 Packaging: Section 6 – Specification Code Non-Removable vs. Removable Heads
00:56
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Chapter 16 Packaging: Section 6 – Specification Code Example 2
03:06
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Chapter 17 Packaging: Section 6 – Specification Code Variations
06:06
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Chapter 18 Marking & Labelling: Basics
04:04
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Chapter 19 Marking & Labelling: Extras
02:41
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Chapter 20 Marking and Labelling: Suggestions
01:01
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Chapter 21 Marking & Labelling: Further Examples
01:19
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Chapter 22 Marking and Labelling: Q-Factor: Multiple DG in Same Package
05:17
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Chapter 23 Marking & Labelling: Overpack
04:07
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Chapter 24 Marking & Labelling: Handling Labels
02:56
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Chapter 25 Documentation: The Basics
02:06
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Chapter 26 Documentation: Shipper’s Declaration - The Top
03:41
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Chapter 27 Documentation: Shipper’s Declaration – The Bottom
02:11
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Chapter 28 Documentation: Shipper’s Declaration – Variations
03:27
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Chapter 29 Documentation: Shipper’s Declaration – The Middle
01:34
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Chapter 30 Documentation: Shipper’s Declaration: Quantity and Type of Packing
01:40
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Chapter 31 Documentation: Example 1
03:32
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Chapter 32 Documentation: Example 2
01:47
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Chapter 33 Documentation: Overpack
03:15
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Chapter 34 Documentation: Q-factor
00:52
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Chapter 35 Documentation: Special Provisions
03:43
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Chapter 36 Documentation: Air Waybill (AWB)
01:34
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Chapter 37 Exemptions: Limited Quantities
04:46
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Chapter 38 Exemptions: Consumer Commodity (ID8000)
01:56
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Chapter 39 Exemptions: Excepted Quantities
03:09
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Chapter 40 Additional Topics to Consider: “Not Restricted”
02:43
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Chapter 41 Additional Topics to Consider: Lithium Batteries
03:22
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Chapter 42 Additional Topics to Consider: Lithium Batteries Packing Instructions
04:04
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Chapter 43 Additional Topics to Consider: Lithium Batteries Section IB
02:54
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Chapter 44 Additional Topics to Consider: Lithium Batteries Extra Information
02:48
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Chapter 45 Additional Topic to Consider: Environmentally Hazardous Substances
00:41
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Chapter 46 Additional Topics to Consider: Dry Ice
02:13
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Chapter 47 Additional Topics to Consider: Category A: Infectious Substances
02:34
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Chapter 48 Additional Topic to Consider: Biological Substance, Category B
02:19
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Chapter 49 Additional Topics to Consider: Special Marking & Labelling
02:57
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Chapter 50 Final Words
01:35
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Chapter 51 Closing Remark
01:17
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Final Exam - AIR
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