Significant changes to the IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations from 1 January 2021

IATA has published a list of significant changes that will come into effect on 1 January 2021 with the 62nd edition of the Dangerous Goods Regulations.
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Why the new lithium battery test summary rules are nothing to stress out about

If you are involved in shipping lithium cells or batteries, or equipment powered by them, you may already know that from 1 January 2020, you have been required to make available a test summary applicable to those cells or batteries.  Jim Shimko from Labelmaster explains more about the rues on Labelmaster’s website here.

Qatar CAA have recently developed a programme aimed at raising the awareness of freight forwarders in respect of dangerous goods transported by air.

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Geoff Leach, LabelMaster’s consulting partner and James Wyatt, Senior Vice President Aviation Solutions at Avialytics discuss a new survey written by James on the importance of training for pilots and flight crews.  For further details, see the LabelMaster Website

Geoff Leach will be chairing the Annual IATA Lithium Battery Workshop, this time in Bangkok, Thailand.  Find out more: IATA Lithium Battery Workshop, Bangkok, 9-10 October 2018

Geoff Leach and Ross McLachlan both spoke at the recent LabelMaster Dangerous Goods Symposium. Read more at LabelMaster DGIS

AvSax has won the 2018 Queen’s Award for innovation!  Learn more: Avsax wins Queen’s Award!