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CIVIL AVIATION SAFETY REGULATIONS 1998 - REG 92.135

Requirements for training course

             (1)  A dangerous goods training course that is required to be approved by CASA must include training in:

                     (a)  the subject mentioned in item 20 of Table 92.135-1; and

                     (b)  each of the other subjects mentioned in that table that is relevant to the employee's duties and responsibilities in relation to the handling, carriage or consignment of cargo on an aircraft.

Note:          Tables 92.135-1 and 92.135-2 follow this regulation.

             (2)  A dangerous goods training course that is not required to be so approved must include training in:

                     (a)  the subject mentioned in item 12 of Table 92.135-2; and

                     (b)  each of the other subjects mentioned in that table that is relevant to the employee's duties and responsibilities in relation to the handling, carriage or consignment of cargo on an aircraft.

             (3)  A dangerous goods training course must provide for a test of the employee's knowledge of the relevant subjects based on the training.

             (4)  A dangerous goods training course must be of a standard that will enable the employee, on completing it satisfactorily, to carry out those duties and responsibilities effectively.

             (5)  A dangerous goods training course must provide for the issue, to each person who successfully completes the course, of a certificate stating that he or she has done so.

Table 92.135-1    Syllabus for training courses requiring approval

 

Item

Subject

1

The requirements of the Act and these Regulations relating to consignment and carriage of dangerous goods

2

If the course is to be undertaken by an operator's employee or deemed employee, the purpose, contents and distribution requirements of the operator's dangerous goods manual

3

Parts 7;1.4, 7;5 and 7;6 of the Technical Instructions ( Cargo/passenger acceptance procedures--the kinds of cargo/passenger's baggage that are likely to be, or contain, dangerous goods )

4

Methods used to identify cargo containing dangerous goods

5

The manner in which dangerous goods in each class of dangerous goods mentioned in the Technical Instructions could jeopardise the safety of an aircraft or anyone in it

6

The matters in the Foreword to the Technical Instructions

7

Part 1;2.1 of the Technical Instructions ( Dangerous goods forbidden for transport by air under any circumstance )

8

Parts 1;1.1 and 1;1.2 of the Technical Instructions ( General applicability and General transport requirements )

9

Part 1;2.2 of the Technical Instructions ( Exceptions for dangerous goods of the operator )

10

Part 1;2.3 of the Technical Instructions ( Dangerous goods in air mail )

11

Part 1;2.4 of the Technical Instructions ( Dangerous goods in excepted quantities )

12

Part 3;4 of the Technical Instructions ( Dangerous goods in limited quantities )

13

Part 1;3.1 of the Technical Instructions ( Definitions )

14

Part 2 of the Technical Instructions ( Classification of dangerous goods )

15

Parts 3;1 and 3;2, Table 3-1 and Part 3;3 of the Technical Instructions (respectively General , Arrangement of the Dangerous Goods List , The Dangerous Goods List and Special Provisions )

16

Part 4 of the Technical Instructions ( Packing instructions )

17

Part 5 of the Technical Instructions ( Shipper's responsibilities )

18

Part 7 of the Technical Instructions ( Operator's responsibilities )

19

Part 6 of the Technical Instructions ( Packaging nomenclature, marking requirements and tests )

20

Part 8 of the Technical Instructions ( Provisions concerning passengers and crew )

21

Attachment 1 to the Technical Instructions ( Lists of proper shipping names )

22

Attachment 3 to the Technical Instructions ( Notified variations from the Instructions )

Table 92.135-2     Syllabus for training courses not requiring approval

 

Item

Subject

1

The requirements of the Act and these Regulations relating to consignment and carriage of dangerous goods

2

If the course is to be undertaken by an operator's employee or deemed employee, the purpose, contents and distribution requirements of the operator's dangerous goods manual

3

Parts 7;1.4, 7;5 and 7;6 of the Technical Instructions ( The kinds of cargo/passenger's baggage that are likely to be, or contain, dangerous goods)

4

Methods used to identify cargo containing dangerous goods

5

The manner in which the dangerous goods in each class of dangerous goods mentioned in the Technical Instructions could jeopardise the safety of an aircraft or anyone in it

6

The matters in the Foreword to the Technical Instructions

7

Part 1;2.2 of the Technical Instructions ( Exceptions for dangerous goods of the operator )

8

Part 1;3.1 of the Technical Instructions ( Definitions )

9

Part 2 of the Technical Instructions ( Classification of dangerous goods )

10

Part 5;3 of the Technical Instructions ( Labelling )

11

Part 7;2 of the Technical Instructions ( Storage and loading )

12

Part 8 of the Technical Instructions ( Provisions concerning passengers and crew )

13

Attachment 3 to the Technical Instructions ( Notified variations from the Instructions )



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