dnata receives CBTA for dangerous goods

dnata has been awarded International Air Transport Association (IATA) Corporate Certification for competency-based training and assessment (CBTA) for dangerous goods.

The company launched a dedicated dangerous goods working group who conducted an 18-month wholesale review of how dnata assesses and delivers dangerous goods training requirements to comply with IATA’s framework approach.

The solutions were implemented in January 2023 and dnata’s businesses underwent a formal and comprehensive audit by IATA between March and August, covering all aspects of its Training Management Systems and the delivery of the Dangerous Goods CBTA programme.

Participating in the programme provides customers with a guarantee of quality and reduces auditing and training requirements and development costs.

Steve Allen, CEO of dnata Group, said: “We are proud to continue to lead the way in the handling of dangerous goods across our operations. We persistently invest in our training programme and implement the latest global best practices to deliver the highest standards of safety and quality. We will continue to work closely with IATA and our partners to consistently provide best-in-class services to our customers and their customers.”

Frederic Leger, Senior Vice President Commercial Products and Services at IATA, added: “We congratulate dnata on achieving IATA’s CBTA Center certification for Dangerous Goods across their entire network. This achievement underscores dnata’s dedication to upholding the highest standards in dangerous goods training and assessment.”

Related articles