Review specific courses below or head to the course calendar to see all courses in a monthly format.
In addition to our public schedule Dangerous Goods Training Services can also offer courses on an in-house basis, anywhere in the country, designed to meet your needs.
This course is designed for staff who are preparing unit load devices and includes training in ULD weight limitations, cargo shoring methods and cargo compatibility. This course is endorsed by IATA and meets the mandatory training requirement for IATA freight forwarders.
Designed to comply with the provisions set out in the Land Transport Rule and the New Zealand Standard: Transport of Dangerous Goods on Land (NZS 5433), this full day course provides specific training on completing Dangerous Goods Declarations for road transport.
This half day course provides basic training for hazardous substances under Regulation 4.5: for sites with only Class 2.1: Flammable Gases and/or Class 3: Flammable Liquids. This course is provided in partnership with Environmental Resources Limited.
Comprehensive training for sites with multiple HSNO classifications 2,3,4,5,6,8 under Regulation 4.5. For sites with Class 6 toxic substances 6.1A and 6.1B this course is a prerequisite for the Certified Handler Certification. This course is provided in partnership with Environmental Resources Ltd.
The IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations 7.1 course is for those who are requiring certification to prepare dangerous goods consignments by air, and covers Initial and Recurrent. Recurrent course attendees must hold a current IATA DGR certification.
This IATA Dangerous Goods Regulation course is for personnel responsible for processing and accepting goods presented as general cargo as per IATA DGR Section 1.5 and in accordance with CBTA approach for function 7.2.
The IATA Dangerous Goods Regulation 7.3 training courses are for those who are requiring certification to process, ship, or accept dangerous goods consignments by air, and covers Initial and Recurrent. Recurrent course attendees must hold a current IATA DGR certification.
This IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations course is for those who are responsible for handling cargo in warehouses, loading and unloading unit load devices, and loading and unloading cargo compartments as per IATA DGR Section 1.5. .
The IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations 7.10 is for those who are requiring certification, and is for personnel responsible for security screening (passenger and crew, baggage cargo and mail) as per IATA DGR Section 1.5.
This two hour training course provides adequate instructions for shipping Section II Lithium Batteries in accordance to requirements under IATA DGR 64th Edition, Section 1.6. Road and ocean freight is also covered in this training.
INTERNATIONAL AIR TRANSPORT ASSOCIATION (IATA)
Becoming an authorized independent organisation to deliver training in the field of the IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations is no easy feat. To be authorized an organisation must be a member of the IATA Accredited Training School Network and also a New Zealand Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) approved Part 141 Airline Training Organisation.
DGM is approved by the required authorities (IATA and CAA) to provide IATA training to our clients. We offer both the five day initial course and three day recurrent training for those needing to revalidate certification. Our approval by IATA and CAA, and yearly auditing by IATA, ensures our clients are receiving the best possible training for what can be a very complex area of freight movement.
ENVIRONMENTAL RESOURCES LTD
Full details of the requirements handling Hazardous Substances can be found on the new WorkSafe NZ website. How this is to be achieved is up to the PCBU – see Information, training and instruction for workers handling hazardous substances – quick guide on the WorkSafe NZ website. DGM have aligned with Environmental Resources Ltd to offer both the Flammable Gas and Liquids Chemical HSWA training and Comprehensive Chemical HSWA training. It couldn’t be easier – one contact to arrange all your training requirements.
Biosecurity specialists SPS Biosecurity Ltd provide approved MPI training courses for Accredited Persons and approved MPI Transitional Facility Operator (TFO) courses. SPS Biosecurity Ltd offer courses to the public in main centers including, but not limited to, Auckland, Tauranga, Napier, Palmerston North and Wellington. Dangerous Goods Management’s training rooms are the preferred facility for SPS Biosecurity Ltd to present this training within the Airport Oaks, Auckland area.
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