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IATA Dangerous Goods Training Online Instruction according to IATA DGR 1.6

Do you ship or pack lithium-ion or lithium-metal batteries by air freight?

Then you or your employees need a training according to IATA DGR 1.6 at least once a year. At ProSafeCon you can easily participate in this training online.

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Content of the online instruction IATA DGR 1.6 – Lithium batteries

Employees must be trained in connection with dangerous goods before assuming operational duties, otherwise a general ban on the transport of dangerous goods applies.

The IATA training according to IATA DGR 1.6 is intended for persons who ship or pack lithium-ion batteries (<= 100 Wh) or lithium-metal batteries (<=2g lithium) installed in devices. E.g. by DHL Express, UPS, Lufthansa or FedEx.

Procedure of training:
Welcome & introduction of the instructor: 5 min
Conducting the course: 90 min
Clarification of individual questions: 15 min
Final test: 10 min

The course will be held in GERMAN.

Duration
2 hrs

Legal basics of the transport of dangerous goods by air freight
Classification
Packing according to IATA DGR
Risks and dangers of dangerous goods
Marking and labeling
Documentation
Examples and special features (e.g. DHL Express or country specifics)

How can I participate in the IATA Dangerous Goods Course?

Booking

Book your IATA online training via the online form at the bottom of the page. Choose a date and enter the email address you would like to use. Please also provide a billing address as well as billing email address. We will then send you the bill electronically.

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Participation in the online instruction IATA DGR 1.6

After booking you will receive a booking confirmation by email. Before the appointment you will receive another email from us with the access to the course. You do not need to install anything extra. Just follow the link on the date. The system will be unlocked 30 min before the start, so you can login at your convenience. If you have specific questions, you can ask them at the end of the IATA dangerous goods course.

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Certificates

After the training there will be a 10 min final test. If the test is passed successfully, the participant will receive a certificate of participation via email.

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Our advantages

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Transparent Package Prices

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Digital Platform (PSC)

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Germany-wide Support

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Experienced Team of Specialists

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Comprehensive Service Portfolio

Our instructor

Mathias Robbe
IATA Dangerous Goods Course – Online Instruction according to IATA DGR 1.6 | ProSafeCon

Your trainer for IATA DGR 1.6.

Our trainer Mathias Robbe is a specialist in shipping dangerous goods by air and a dangerous goods advisor for the transport modes ADR, RID, IMDG and IATA. Since 2016, he has specialized in particular in the area of shipping batteries across modes of transport.

Thats what our customers say

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Marc Schlutz
Managing Director SETOLITE Lichttechnik GmbH
Our employees were enthusiastic: ProSafeCon's training courses are very practice-oriented, so that what is learned can be applied directly.
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Nicole Jung-Dellori
DellCon – mobility solutions
From day one, the ProSafeCon employees provide high-quality support. We are delighted with the customer service and would choose ProSafeCon again and again.
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Sercan Karabulu
Plant manager byrd technologies GmbH
The training from ProSafeCon immediately helped us to set up internal processes to handle dangerous goods in a safe and caring manner. In addition, the team is always available for questions and is extremely competent!
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Stefanie Schmidt
Assistant to the managementof Labor Staber
With ProSafeCon we have a reliable and competent partner who supports and relieves us at many locations.
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Andrew Vogele
Warehouse Manager Bikebox Ltd.
ProSafeCon provides us with uncomplicated and extremely competent support for all our questions on the subject of lithium batteries in e-bikes.
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Christos Naskos
Head of Research & Development (R&D) Fr. Ant. Niedermayr GmbH & Co. KG
The cooperation with the company ProSafeCon runs smoothly. We can only recommend.
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Tobias Pisall
Managing Director at TRANS AURIGA GmbH
With ProSafeCon we have found a partner who communicates the dangerous goods specifications in an understandable way. The cooperation works very well - both offline and online!

Prices of the online course IATA DGR 1.6

External clients
€190 / Participant
  • Duration: 2 hrs
  • Detailed handout incl. working guidelines
  • Certificate of Participation
  • Each participant must attend on their own computer
  • Company specific training is available for 5 or more participants, feel free to contact us.
Subscribed clients
€170 / Participant
  • Duration: 2 hrs
  • Detailed handout incl. working guidelines
  • Certificate of Participation
  • Each participant must attend on their own computer
  • Company specific training is available for 5 or more participants, feel free to contact us.

All prices are exclusive of VAT.

Premium clients
€140 / Participant
  • Duration: 2 hrs
  • Detailed handout incl. working guidelines
  • Certificate of Participation
  • Each participant must attend on their own computer
  • Company specific training is available for 5 or more participants, feel free to contact us.

Register now for the online instruction IATA DGR 1.6 – Lithium Batteries! (German)

FAQ
IATA Dangerous Goods Courses

1

Who is required to take IATA dangerous goods training according to IATA DGR 1.6?

Personnel must be instructed in relation to dangerous goods before assuming operational duties, otherwise a general ban on the transport of dangerous goods applies. Whoever ships or packs lithium metal batteries as cells up to 1g lithium or as batteries up to 2g lithium or lithium ion cells up to 20Wh or batteries up to 100Wh can take advantage of the simplified regulations for shipping lithium batteries by air and have his employees instructed according to IATA DGR 1.6.

Proof in the form of a certificate of attendance is required by the authorities. The IATA dangerous goods course must be refreshed every 2 years at the latest in the context of changing regulations.

IATA courses and training help you stay current with the latest industry regulations and procedures and ensure your dangerous goods shipments meet industry standards. Learn how to use the industry-approved DGR manual and earn your dangerous goods handling certificate.
Some goods can pose a threat to the safety of an aircraft or the people on board, and air transportation of these hazardous materials can be either prohibited or restricted. IATA has developed strict regulations in the past with DGR 1.6. The goal was to develop effective and efficient regulations that ensure the safe transportation of dangerous goods by air. Our course focuses on best practices to help you meet the challenge of adapting to the increasingly complex aviation environment.

2

When is the shipment of batteries mandatory to be instructed?

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.

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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.

3

Can I participate in the IATA dangerous goods course even if I am not a ProSafeCon customer?

Of course! Our trainings are open to all persons involved in the transport of dangerous goods. Existing customers of ProSafeCon can also enjoy reduced prices for the instruction. If you decide to become a customer of ProSafeCon after the instruction, we will take care of charging the costs.

4

What are the requirements for my employees to participate in the IATA dangerous goods training?

Fast Internet access is required to participate in the course. In addition, each participant needs his or her own computer. The course and the final test will be in German. Your employees must therefore have sufficient knowledge of German to be able to follow the instruction.

5

What happens if I do not pass the test?

This is not a problem. You can simply attend the instruction another time. However, you will not receive a certificate if you do not pass the test.

6

How hard is the final test?

Don’t worry, you don’t have to answer all the questions correctly. If you attend the IATA dangerous goods training attentively, passing is not a problem. You can also use the handout as an assistance.

7

Can I attend the IATA dangerous goods training more than once?

Yes, you can participate in the training as often as you feel confident in handling dangerous goods. If you have individual questions, please ask us at the end of the training.

8

What are the technical requirements to participate in the webinar?

You need a 2 GHz dual-core processor and 2 GB of RAM. In addition, their operating systems should be Windows 8, Mac OS 10.13, Linux or Chrome OS or a newer version. The software used is a browser-based platform. Therefore, you need to use the latest and official versions of Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Safari, Edge or Opera.

9

Where can I ask technical questions?

If you have technical questions, please contact [email protected].

10

What happens if I have problems logging in on the day of the IATA Dangerous Goods Training?

If you have any problems, please write to us at [email protected]. We will try to help you as soon as possible.

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