IATA DGR 2022 Significant Changes
The 63rd edition of the IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations incorporates all amendments made by the IATA Dangerous Goods Board and includes addenda issued by ICAO to the content of the 2021–2022 edition of the ICAO Technical Instructions.
Significant Changes and Amendments to the DGR 63nd Edition (2022)
Here is a complete list of the changes:
Why are IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations manuals updated every year?
Each year important changes are made to procedures and regulations, that's why IATA publish a new version of the DGR every year.
Check this video to learn more about why IATA publishes Dangerous Goods Regulations every year.
Our DGR eLearning course for 2022 is ready
We have been working to incorporate significant changes to our DGR course during recent weeks. At the same time we have developed the technical aspects and pedagogical approach to the new 2022 course edition. Some of the highlights of the new version are a completely redesigned final test with multiple contextual question banks and feedback features, new exercises throughout the course and a new mobile friendly user interface.
Several Language Versions for Different Job Functions
Our online courses are used in more than 140 countries around the world. Airport College International is proud to offer online eLearning courses in several languages to support your company training needs.
Language versions for DGR online eLearning course
Spanish - NEW -
This course is designed for
Freight Forwarders, CAT4 & CAT5
Airline and Ground Handling Staff, CAT7
Ramp Handling Staff, CAT8
Passenger Handling Staff, CAT9
Flight Crew Members and Load Planners, CAT10
Cabin Crew, CAT11
Security Screeners, CAT12
No Carry Operators, CAT13, 14, 15, 16, 17
Would you like to know more?
If you would like to know more about the DGR eLearning course, please do not hesitate to drop me an email.