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IATA Guidance Document – Specification of Hazard Labels (6:22 AM, 03/28/2018)

LOGAR will share this news with you:

As it is now well documented that the UN Subcommittee and the ICAO Dangerous Goods Panel have determined that the thickness of the line on hazard labels has no bearing on safety, and the provisions in the ICAO Technical Instructions and IATA DGR will formally remove reference to the thickness of the line on hazard labels with effect 1 January 2019, please find attached a guidance document advising that the dangerous goods acceptance check should not consider the thickness of the line.

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IATA Lithium Battery Guidance Document 2018 (10:00 AM, 02/16/2018)

Lithium Battery Guidance Document - Transport of Lithium Metal and Lithium Ion Batteries - Revised for the 2018 Regulations

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IATA guidance on smart Baggage with integrated Lithium Batteries and Electronics (12:09 PM, 02/05/2018)

Iata guidance on smart Baggage with integrated Lithium Batteries and Electronics. PDF-Download.

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ADDENDUM IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations 59. Ausgabe (Deutsch) Gültig ab 1. Januar 2018 (12:23 PM, 01/15/2018)

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ADDENDUM IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations 59. Ausgabe (Deutsch) Gültig ab 1. Januar 2018 (Download)

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ADDENDUM IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations 59 th Edition (English) Effective 1 January 2018 (7:39 PM, 12/27/2017)

WICHTIGE ÄNDERUNGEN UND ANPASSUNGEN IN DER 59. AUSGABE (2018). Hier Downloaden

ADDENDUM IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations 59 th Edition (English) Effective 1 January 2018 (Download)

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  Notable Changes DGR 60th Edition
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  IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations
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Dangerous Goods Training

Since 30 years, LOGAR is the renowned partner of the manufacturing industry and transport businesses all around the topics of dangerous goods transport and consulting.

No matter whether at our locations in Baden-Baden, Germany and Vienna, Austria or inhouse at customer’s premises within and outside of Europe** as a custom - tailored training or consulting solution: LOGAR is your reliable source for quality training and consulting products: 

LOGAR would be pleased to make you an offer for a tailored training solution for your personnel. We also offer specialized training in areas such as Lithium Batteries, infectious substances, radioactive materials and US regulations as well as specific training courses for DPO's (Designated Postal Operators), Travel Agencies and specific ULD build-up training.

 

 

* The German Dangerous Goods Safety Advisor Act (Gefahrgutbeauftragten - Verordnung, GbV), Council Directives 96/35/EC and 2000/18/EC - and the EU Framework Directives for ADR and RID respectively - required Member States to implement legislation to ensure that certain undertakings which transport dangerous goods by road, rail and inland waterway, including the transport related activities of loading and unloading, appoint dangerous goods safety advisers (DGSAs).

In Germany, the GbV requires that companies which process, ship, load or pack dangerous goods are generally under the obligation to appoint a DGSA. Certain exemptions are applicable, for example where dangerous goods are exclusively shipped as limited quantities. 

DGSAs need to have obtained a vocational training certificate (VTC), after undergoing training and successfully completing a written examination approved by the Competent Authority of a Member State. VTCs are mutually recognized in all EU Member States and in any non-EU States which are signatories to RID or ADR.

In Germany, such VTC is required for each mode of transport used or covered by the company. VTC’s are issued after successful completion of a test by the German Chambers of Industry and Commerce (Industrie- und Handelskammern, IHK’s); a prerequisite for undertaking the test is vocational training with a recognized training provider such as LOGAR.

 

** In many European and Asian states, providers of dangerous goods training for air transport are subject to endorsement requirements of the national Civil Aviation Authority (CAA). In such cases, LOGAR will either acquire such endorsement from the local CAA or recommend another provider who is already in the possession of such CAA accreditation.