DOT Hazmat Carrier Requirements - Air
The objectives of the DOT Hazmat: Carrier Requirements - Air/IATA are to meet the Federal DOT modal specific training requirements of 49 CFR 175.20 and Part 172, Subpart H of the Hazardous Materials Regulations (HMR).
At the end of this course, students should be able to:
- Identify the DOT requirements for air transportation of hazardous materials as set forth in Subparts A, B, and C of HMR Part 175;
- Compare the guidelines found in Part 175 with the International Civil Aviation Organization's Technical Instructions for the Safe Transport of Dangerous Goods by Air;
- Distinguish between the responsibilities of the shipper and the air carrier;
- State the notification guidelines for passengers, pilots, and facilities;
- Identify the exceptions to the "Carrying of Hazmat in Cabins or on Flight Decks" regulation;
- Define 'cargo aircraft', 'passenger aircraft', 'forbidden,' and 'magnetic field;'
- Evaluate the packaging requirements for air transportation;
- Identify quantity limitations and exceptions, loading, unloading, and storage guidelines for air transportation; and
- Identify guidelines related to completing a discrepancy report and identify incident reporting guidelines.
Section 1 - Course Overview
Section 2 - Training Requirements
Section 3 - Packaging, Preparation, and Separation Requirements
Section 4 - Excepted Materials
Section 5 - Requirements by Aircraft
Section 6 - Discrepancies, Incident Reports, and NRC and CDC Notification