Cargo Warehouse Operations

IATA Trainings - A06D031 - Sınıf Eğitimi

Cargo Warehouse Operations
Handling air cargo is all about maintaining the physical integrity of the goods shipped, while respecting the rules of safety and security. Efficient warehouse operations will guarantee that your company has consistent quality delivery at a competitive cost needed to compete in a challenging market environment. This course will provide you with the tools and techniques needed to ensure that your warehouse processes are safe, efficient and cost effective. You will learn theoretical concepts such as warehouse safety and emergency procedures, how to handle different cargo types, and how to apply Lean techniques to your processes.Course format: This course is available at IATA Training Centers, regional training partner locations, and on-demand as in-company training. This course provides 32 hours of instruction delivered by an official IATA Instructor.Prerequisites: Participants should have prior knowledge of Air cargo proceduresRecommended level: Intermediate and Management

4 gün (4x8 saat)

Basic cargo security and aircraft loading, Basic warehouse safety and emergency procedures, Implementation of efficient warehouse processes, How to recognize and identify different types of cargo (dangerous goods, outsized, perishable, and more), Identification of aircraft types and characteristics, Principles of ULD handling, Cargo and mail handling according to the Airport Handling Manual (AHM), Lashing and tie-down requirements to secure loads, Handling and storage requirements for special cargo, Lean principles. Activities Case studies and practical examples, Final examination

Hedef Kitle:
This course is recommended for: Warehouse/Loading staff at airlines and airline handling agents, loadmasters, Cargo operations staff at cargo agents and consolidators, Key handling personnel of shippers involved in air cargo, Instructors responsible for cargo handling training

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Participants should have prior knowledge of air cargo procedures