Setting The Standards Leads To Safety!

- May 10, 2016 -

Some items may endanger the safety of an aircraft or persons on board it. The air transportation of these dangerous materials can either be forbidden or restricted.

The definition of standards for documentation, handling and training, as well as their promotion and use, contributed to achieve a very high degree of safety in the transportation of dangerous goods by air.

Dangerous Goods Regulations

IATA works closely with local governments and ICAO in the development of regulations.This way, we ensure that the rules and guidelines on dangerous goods transportation are effective and efficient. 

The IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations (DGR) manual is the global reference for shipping dangerous goods by air and the only standard recognized by airlines. 

NEW


The 57th Edition is effective 1 January 2016. View the Significant Changes in DGR 57 (pdf) and check our 57th DGR overview video.

Training


Through the DGR, an effective training program and a network of accredited training schools, IATA ensures that professionals have the tools and resources to transport dangerous goods safely.

Working towards safe air transportation

IATA leads industry efforts to ensure the safe handling of dangerous goods in air shipping. We provide a great variety of technical knowledge, products, services and training solutions, tailored to satisfy industry needs.

The goal is to make it just as easy to ship dangerous goods by air as any other product, removing any incentive to by-pass the regulations.


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