Final DG Update Seminars in January
Posted by Holly Waterhouse, December 18, 2018
For those who have missed these popular events, we are running four more dangerous goods update seminars in January. In a half-day, we run through the main changes to the air, road and sea regulations effective from 1st January.
Last Chance to Book Update Seminars
Posted by Holly Waterhouse, November 30, 2018
Need help getting your head around the amendments to the new Dangerous Goods regulations? With the new regulations being introduced from the 1st January, this month is the last chance to learn how the changes might affect you.
Shaun Fethers 18th February 1971 – 19th October 2018
Posted by Holly Waterhouse, October 26, 2018
It is with deep sadness that we announce the death of Shaun Fethers on 19th October 2018, aged 47 years old.
The New Regulations Arrive
Posted by Holly Waterhouse, October 11, 2018
We have received advance copies of the new IATA and IMDG regulations, and hope to have the new ADR manuals within the next week or two. This means we can now get to work and prepare the material for our Dangerous Goods Regulations seminars that begin on 30th October at Heathrow.
Bookings Open for Dangerous Goods Updates
Posted by Holly Waterhouse, September 10, 2018
2019 is only a few months away, and 1st January is when new editions of dangerous goods regulations become reality. There are new editions of the road (ADR), air (IATA) and sea (IMDG) regulations to understand.
Additional Lithium Battery Training Course
Posted by Holly Waterhouse, July 16, 2018
We are running an additional lithium battery training course on Thursday 2nd and Friday 3rd August in our dedicated training room at our office in Elstree.
Top Class Speakers at Peter East Update
Posted by Holly Waterhouse, May 23, 2018
At this year’s trainers’ gathering we welcomed two guest speakers to update Peter East trainers on some key dangerous goods issues.
2 MM LINE SCRAPPED
Posted by Holly Waterhouse, April 12, 2018
The requirement for the minimum width of the line on a hazard label to be 2 mm wide has been scrapped, after shippers and others had complained vigorously that none of this has anything to do with the safety of the aircraft, passengers, crew or the wider environment.
Training Courses in Ireland
Posted by Holly Waterhouse, February 14, 2018
We are pleased to announce that our first open dangerous goods by air course in Belfast will be taking place from Tuesday 6th to Thursday 8th March.