Litium Battery Hazard Labels

Need the current labels for Lithium Ion and Lithium Metal Batteries. Then you need look no further. They are available for download on the AIRSAFE website under the Labels and Downloads section. Currently there are Labels for Lithium Ion UN3480 and UN3481(for Batteries contained in or packed with equipment), as well as Lithium Metal UN3090 […]

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Airsafe has a New Facebook Page.

To accompany the launch of the new AIRSAFE Online System, AIRSAFE has released a New Facebook Page. This page can be reached through the social media icon at the bottom of the page or through this link; AIRSAFE Facebook Facebook is just another way to keep up to date with courses and classroom events that […]

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Hazardous Chemicals Management for Warehouse Personnel Online Now Available

Hazardous Chemicals Management for Warehouse Personnel. A NEW online course is available, giving a general overview of the United Nations and the Australian Workplace Health and Safety (WHS) requirements relating to the globally harmonized system for the classification and labelling of chemicals (GHS). The course allows anyone working with hazardous chemicals in the workplace to […]

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AIRSAFE Delivers a New online training delivery system

AIRSAFE Transport Training are pleased to announce the launch of the rebuilt, modern version of the AIRSAFE Online Training System. In February 2019 the new AIRSAFE Online Training System will begin giving learners the ability to access new features. Users of this brand new, state-of-the-art learning delivery platform will experience the following improvements: Mobile-friendly access, allowing […]

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Dangerous Goods By Air: Acceptance – Now Online

For those of you who have missed renewing their qualification before it has lapsed, worry not. “Dangerous Goods by Air – Acceptance” is now available as a CASA approved online course. You can now complete the course using AirSafe’s computer based online training facility to renew your qualification. The course has the approval of “the […]

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Training – IATA approved or not? Does it matter?

We are asked constantly – “are you IATA approved” People do not realize it is not who trains you that matters, its that you meet the standards as required by the airline when you submit your air freight. Therefore whatever training you receive should cover what these requirements are. Some points of interest: IATA are […]

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AU Number on Master Air Waybills – No more

Latest news on this issue: IATA have advised that AU numbers on Air Waybills have not been compulsory since 01/01/2018 and from 01/07/2018 will be removed from use completely. So there is no need to register with them.

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Safety Data Sheets

Popular questions and misconceptions. Following is some information that seems to cause no end of confusion.  Hopefully we can help clear up some of the myths about Safety Data Sheets. 1. With the introduction of GHS classification and labelling of workplace chemicals in 2009 we saw Safety Data Sheets (SDS) replace Material Safety Data Sheets […]

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Rimowa – e-Tag luggage

I was fortunate to attend the Australian Dangerous Goods Air Transport Council (ADGATC) meeting in Melbourne last week and the guest speaker was Jens Walter from Rimowa. Rimowa make very cool cases for the regular air traveler to which you can download an electronic baggage tag. The way the case works: Once you’ve downloaded the […]

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Australian Dangerous Goods Air Transport Council (ADGATC)

Industry forum for Dangerous Goods Air Transport issues. Latest meeting: Brisbane 20 June 2017 Next meeting: Brisbane 24 July 2018 ADGATC is a forum for Airlines, Regulators, Industry Groups and Training Professionals to discuss current events and concerns.  Discussions center around the latest changes to the International Air Transport Association (IATA) and International Civil Aviation […]

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Lithium Batteries by Air Videos

Following is a series of videos released by the Australian and English Aviation Authorities to try and assist people understand the danger with carrying Lithium Batteries in baggage and what their allowances are. CASA Safety Video – Travelling safely with lithium batteries The Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) has produced this short educational video to […]

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IATA Addendum

Changes and amendments to the International Air Transport Associations (IATA) Dangerous Goods Regulations 58th Edition are published in addendum’s. The latest addendum has been released by IATA. For a copy of the IATA Addendum dated 01 July 2017 please click here.

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