Frequently Asked Questions

SKY SAFE is an IATA Dangerous Goods Training School. The courses given are accredited with the International Air Transport Association and endorsed by the ICAO and the Hong Kong Civil Aviation Department.

Participant who has passed the course can expect to receive their certificate within 2 weeks after finishing the course. 

Under the Dangerous Goods (Consignment by Air) (Safety) Regulations Chapter 384 Subsidiary Legislation, consignors i.e. shippers and freight forwarders must ensure all dangerous goods are properly classified, packed, marked, labelled and documented before they are offered for air transportation. A person who contravenes these Regulations commits an offence and is liable to a fine of $250,000 and to imprisonment for 2 years.

Yes, a properly trained freight forwarder or a qualified person acting on behalf of shipper can sign the “Shipper’s Declaration for Dangerous Goods” if they have undertaken shipper’s responsibilities as required by the Technical Instructions.

Under Section 5 of Chapter 384, every director and every officer concerned in the management of the company maybe convicted of the like offence. Therefore, as a Director or a managerial officer, you must supervise your staff to prevent the commission of offence.