CONFERENCE REPORTThe final sessions of the IATA World Cargo Symposium in Vancouver this past March saw delegates focusing their minds on fuel cells, lithium batteries and the best ways to implement a safety management system
CONFERENCE REPORT Delegates to the IATA World Cargo Symposium in Vancouver this past March 9-10 were given a sneak preview of some of the main changes set to affect the transport of dangerous goods by air
CONFERENCE REPORT With regulatory developments already having been covered by earlier speakers, the latter part of last year’s DGAC Annual Conference still had plenty of interest to discuss, not least the likely impact of non-transportation rulemakings
AIR IATA’s Dangerous Goods Regulations change every year, unlike most other rulebooks. January will see a number of new provisions, some of which precede similar changes to the ICAO Technical Instructions in 2011
Young guns go for it CONFERENCE REPORT Hazmat shippers and carriers know they cannot afford to slacken up on efforts to maintain the excellent safety record of the sector, but at a time of weak demand they also need to look at the bottom line.