The IATA Dangerous Goods Workshops (31 January in Johannesburg and 1 February in Cape Town) offer the perfect opportunity to engage with experts from IATA on critical issues impacting on how we deal with Dangerous Goods by Air.
This is your chance to meet with Dave Brennan and James Wyatt of IATA and get clarity on any Dangerous Goods question you may have direct from the IATA experts!
Assistant Director Cargo Safety & Standards
International Air Transport Association
David has been with IATA since 2002 and is currently Assistant Director Cargo Safety & Standards.
David is responsible for coordinating the activities of the Cargo team who are jointly responsible for the IATA standards publications and products that address dangerous goods transported by air. David is the Secretary of the IATA Dangerous Goods Board and the Panel member nominated by IATA to the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) Dangerous Goods Panel. David also participates, on behalf of IATA, in the meetings of the United Nations Subcommittee of Experts on the Transport of Dangerous Goods.
Prior to joining IATA David worked for Ansett Australia for a period of 26 years holding a number of supervisory and management positions within the Operations Division, the last being Corporate Advisor Dangerous Goods Compliance.
Assistant Director, Dangerous Goods Publications
James joined IATA in 2016 as Assistant Director, Dangerous Goods Publications. James, a British national, has 17 years of cargo industry experience and prior to joining IATA he worked for Lufthansa Cargo, AeroLogic, Qatar Airways and DHL Express.
James has been involved with Dangerous goods throughout his career and prior to joining IATA he managed the Global Restricted Commodities program for DHL Express, including all of the airlines under the DHL umbrella. James represented DHL Express at the ICAO Dangerous Goods panel, through the Global Express Association and the IATA Dangerous Goods board.
Industry will have the opportunity of engaging with David and James on the changes contained in the 59th Edition of the IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations
The strategic change to Dangerous Goods training, is a matter of critical importance to every person and organisation that deals with Dangerous Goods. This is your chances of learning all about the changes, how these will impact your operations and how to prepare for the changes.
This will change how we think about Dangerous Goods education and training.
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