Dangerous Goods Training

Successful 'Dangerous Goods' Training

The training aimed to provide participants with essential knowledge in identifying, classifying, packing, marking, labelling, documentation, and accepting dangerous goods for air transport.

The training was attended by representatives from the PNG Defence Force, Total Energies, Newcrest Mining, Hevilift Aviation, Pentagon Freight Services, ASPEN Medical, LD Express Ltd, Kobio Aviation, as well as Air Niugini staff. By equipping external clients with firsthand expertise, Air Niugini is contributing to ensuring the safe handling of dangerous goods in the aviation industry.

Air Niugini continues to provide dangerous goods training

This was required by the International Civil Aviation Organization and International Air Transport Association.

The first batch, were 16 participants from Puma Energy, ExxonMobil, DHL, Pentagon Freight Services, Hi-Lift and Ok Tedi Mining Ltd.

Since the training was conducted using CBTA method, the participants will receive certificates with IATA co-branding, stated Air Niugini’s Non-Technical Training Instructor, Martin Tugano.