Dangerous Goods Aren’t Childs Play

Lithium batteries have become the preferred energy source to power a wide variety of consumer goods ranging from mobile phones to children toys to cars and e-bikes. Though widely used, most people are not aware that lithium batteries are dangerous goods that can pose a safety risk if not prepared in accordance with the transport regulations. To help with compliance, IATA has developed guidance for shippers, freight forwarders, ground handlers, airlines and passengers.

IATA DG Workshop are organized to help the stakeholders across the entire supply chain, like Airlines, Freight Forwarders, Ground Handling Agents, Shippers and Regulators to learn about the essentials of shipping dangerous goods and lithium batteries by air.

As speakers : Dave Brennan (Assistant Director, Cargo Safety and Standards, IATA GVA); Ibrahim Saleh (Chief Operations JAS Airport Services); Fitra Aribowo (DGCA) and many more.

By | November 6, 2017 | News
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