IATA have published an addendum to the 62nd Edition of the Dangerous Goods Regulations effective 1 January 2021.
Transportation of COVID-19 Vaccines Requiring Large Quantities of Dry Ice – FAA Safety Alert For Operators 20017
Friday 10th December 2020 The US Federal Aviation Administration issued a SAFO providing recommendations for operators planning to carry large amounts of dry ice associated with the COVID-19 Vaccine.
The UK Department for Transport continue to support the UK dangerous goods supply chain through the COVID-19 pandemic. Their actions are helping to alleviate some of the challenges industry are […]
We are hosting a series of live two hour webinar events during the month of April to cover the requirements of shipping Section II lithium batteries prepared in accordance with […]
The 7th revised edition of the UN Manual of Tests and Criteria is now available on the UN website. The pages relating to the UN 38.3 tests for lithium metal […]
IATA has published the updated Lithium Battery Guidance Document to include changes in the regulations effective from the 1st January 2020 and onwards. The guidance includes details of the new lithium battery […]
Dangerous Goods Safety Group participated in the workshop which brought together specialist stakeholders from manufacturing, testing, logistics, airline operators, government agencies and regulators who had a shared ambition to reduce […]