The shipment of lithium-ion or lithium-metal batteries depends on the power and the quantity of the batteries, but also on whether the batteries are shipped alone or with or in equipment. Due to these parameters, the shipper must ensure adequate training for the responsible persons. The following illustration serves to clarify the requirements.
Since most commercially available devices are operated with smaller lithium ion batteries, the instruction according to IATA 1.6 is sufficient for most shippers of such devices. We are happy to offer you the IATA Dangerous Goods Training according to IATA 1.6 monthly as online training.
After successful participation, participants will receive a certificate of attendance for the IATA Dangerous Goods Training.
ProSafeCon is the leading provider of all necessary training and instruction for shipping lithium-ion or lithium-metal batteries by air freight according to IATA 1.6. All you need is a computer and a stable internet connection.
In addition to this IATA dangerous goods training, we also offer you and your employees the ADR 1.3 instruction online as well as the dangerous goods battery seminars.