What’s inside the DGR?
Applicability – (shipper and operator responsibilities, training, security, incident reporting)
Limitations – (forbidden and hidden goods, storage and transport quantities, transport by post, transport by passengers/crew)
Classification – (explosives, gases, flammable, toxic, oxidizing, radioactive and corrosive and multiple hazard material)
Packing Instructions – (explosives, gases, flammable, toxic, infectious, oxidizing, radioactive and corrosive and multiple hazard material)
Packaging Specifications – (inner, UN, construction and testing, limited quantity)
Documentation – (shipper’s declaration, air waybill)
Handling – (storage, loading, inspection, information provision, reporting, training, document retention)
Radioactive material – (transport, limitations, classification, identification, packing, testing, labelling, documentation, handling)
About Digital Publications
IATA publications delivered in a versatile format made for ease of access and mobility. With the digital format, it’s easier than ever for customers to access the content they need, when and where they need it. The format offers the flexibility and convenience to access IATA titles from all popular platforms (Windows, Mac, iOS and Android) across multiple devices (desktops, laptops and tablets), both online and offline.
The IATA publication is made available in an e-Reader solution called Bookshelf. Bookshelf Online is accessed through a browser. The publication can also be accessed with the Bookshelf software application, installed on a computer or tablet. When you get your first IATA Digital publication you’ll create a Bookshelf account, and use that account whether using Bookshelf Online or the Bookshelf application.
Online – Browser-based, no software to install. Chrome, Safari, Edge, and Firefox are all supported.
Offline – There’s a Bookshelf app for all popular platforms, including iOS.