Accept and Process Dangerous Goods for transportation by air – Online Short Course

NQF 4 – US 242986 – 6 credits – Freight Forwarding and Customs Compliance

COURSE OBJECTIVE

The person credited with this unit standard is able to understand and apply the philosophies underpinning the carriage of dangerous goods by air and identity and apply limitations associated with the carriage of dangerous goods. They will also be able to classify dangerous goods and compile and verity relevant documentation in line with organisational and legislative requirements.

A person credited with this unit standard is capable of:

  • Interpreting and applying the philosophy underpinning the carriage of dangerous goods by air.
  • Identifying and applying the limitations associated with the carriage of dangerous goods by air.
  • Verifying the classification of dangerous goods when accepting and processing dangerous goods for transportation by air.
  • Compiling and verifying documentation.

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN:

  • Interpret and apply the philosophy underpinning the carriage of dangerous goods by air.
  • The term Dangerous Goods is defined as it relates to the transportations of dangerous goods by air.
  • The history and origin of Dangerous Goods Regulations is described as it relates to the transportation of dangerous goods by air.
  • The importance of continuous training and assessment in the area of Dangerous Goods is explained in accordance to the International Civil Aviation Organisation regulations.
  • Reporting accidents and incidents involving dangerous goods is explained in accordance with its importance.
  • The parties to which Dangerous Goods Regulations apply are identified as it relates to the transportation of dangerous goods by air.
  • The shipper’s roles and responsibilities are identified and explained in line with organisational and legislative regulations.
  • The operator’s roles and responsibilities are identified and explained in line with organisational standards and practices.
  • Identify and apply the limitations associated with the carriage of dangerous goods by air.
  • Dangerous Goods forbidden (including the incompatibility of dangerous goods) in aircraft under any circumstances are identified and described according to the International Civil Aviation Organisation regulations.
  • Dangerous Goods Forbidden unless exempted are identified and described according to the International Civil Aviation Organisation regulations.
  • Hidden dangerous goods are identified and listed according to the International Cival Aviation Organisation regulations.
  • Dangerous goods carried by passengers and crew are identified and described according to the International Civil Aviation Organisation regulations.
  • Dangerous goods that are the property of the operator are identified according to the International Civil Aviation Organisation regulations.
  • Dangerous goods that can be carried in accepted quantities are identified and described according to the International Civil Aviation Organisation regulations.
  • Dangerous goods accepted in limited quantities are identified and described according to the International Civil Aviation Organisation regulations.
  • State and operator variations are identified and described according to the International Civil Aviation Organisation regulations.
  • Verify the classification of dangerous goods when accepting and processing dangerous goods for transportation by air.
  • The nine classes of Dangerous Goods are identified and divisions and compatibility groups within the hazard classes are described according to the International Civil Aviation Organisation regulations.
  • Articles and substances with multiple hazards are identified, listed and explained according to the International Civil Aviation Organisation regulations.
  • UN or ID number is identified and cross-referenced to numerical cross-reference list of dangerous goods according to the International Cival Aviation Organisation regulations.
  • Proper shipping name, class, division and sub-risks is identified and listed according to the International Civil Aviation Organisation regulations.
  • Packing group and limitations on passenger and cargo aircraft are identified and explained and include limited quantities according to the International Cival Aviation Organisation regulations.
  • Special provisions and emergency response codes are explained according to the International Civil Aviation Organisation regulations.
  • Items that are not listed by name are classified according to the International Civil Aviation Organisation regulations.
  • Compile and verify documentation.
  • The Airway Bill is described and endorsed according to international codes and regulations.
  • The Shippers Declaration is described and completed according to international codes and regulations.
  • The Acceptance Checklist is described and completed according to international codes and regulations.
  • The Notification to Captain is described and completed according to international codes and regulations.
  • Documentation to be retained is identified and described according to international codes and regulations.
  • The documentation to be distributed is explained according to international codes and regulations.

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