lithium batteries ?
First introduced in the early 1990s, lithium batteries are now the dominant technology in portable electrical devices. This market success can be explained by the fact that the mass energy generated by these batteries is much higher than that of traditional batteries.
When handled, lithium batteries represent a significant risk in several aspects. Their composition and the substances they contain are subject to accidents and damage: explosion, chemical and electrical risks, fire.
Lithium batteries are classified in Class 9 of dangerous goods. There are different types of these lithium batteries, but there are two main categories:
- Lithium-metal batteries
- Lithium-ion batteries
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It is necessary for the employees involved in the verification of the shipment conformity. Our training course is mainly aimed at Shippers and Forwarders (IATA Categories 1 & 3) who are involved at several levels within the dangerous goods transport chain. They are generally in charge of preparing shipments of lithium batteries in terms of packaging, wrapping, marking, labeling and declaration, before the shipment is released for transport.
Objective:To meet IATA and ICAO regulatory requirements and to optimize the safety of your employees, your goods and the environment during the transport of lithium batteries.
By clicking below, you will access our training sheet for shipping lithium batteries, the session calendar and the online registration form.
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