What we DO
We conduct Hazardous Materials training courses for Shippers, Cargo Agents and Airline Personnel.
We are accredited by:
Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore (CAAS)
Maritime Port Authority of Singapore (MPA)
Singapore Civil Defence Force (SCDF)
Civil Aviation Authority of China (CAAC)
International Air Transport Association (IATA)
Whether you are a shipper, cargo agent, airline personnel or someone simply looking to improve your knowledge on hazardous materials, we hope you will find our courses meaningful and services relevant.
We currently offer 12 different courses on Hazardous Materials.
Browse our Course Catalog to see if you can find something of interest.
Have a custom training requirement? We are happy to accomodate.
As an example, We conduct the ATA SPEC 300 courses on demand.
Do you have a dangerous goods facility you would like us to evaluate?
We conduct audits of hazardous materials facilities.
Don’t know how to deal with a specific situation or case?
Our Consulting Services can help you get things done right.
Have a custom training requirement? WE CAN HELP.
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