International Air Transportation of Dangerous Goods (IATA) Certification
August 14, 2020
December 11, 2020
The U.S. Department of Transportation regulation 49CFR172.704 requires mandatory training and recurrent training every two years (24 mos) for all personnel who manage or handle hazardous materials, including hazardous wastes via air. The requirement applies to employees that select or fill packages, label containers, fill out shipping papers, load or unload cargo vehicles or containers, operate transportation equipment, or are responsible for the safe transportation of hazardous materials/wastes. The IATA Dangerous Goods Training Course is required for employees who are involved in the packaging and shipment of Packed Cargo Air Consignments. **Important Notice** This course has a MANDATORY PREREQUISITE: Due to the advanced nature of the content being covered, the student MUST show successful completion of one of the following courses: 1) A current IATA Certification (within the last 24 months) or; 2) A current DOT Hazmat Transportation Certification (within the last 2 years) under 49 CFR 172.704 Students must bring a current copy of the IATA manual with them to class. Contact the Office of Environmental Technology if you would like to purchase the manual from ASU.