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Dangerous goods services
Can I pack that? - Dangerous Goods App
The Can I pack that? Dangerous Goods App, which is available on the CASA website along with the App Store and Google Play Store, can help inform you about what you can and can’t pack in your luggage. And, if it can be brought aboard, guide you on how to do it safely.
Find out if your luggage is safe with the Can I pack that? - Dangerous Goods App.
Dangerous goods courses
Anyone whose employment is involved with sending dangerous goods by air must do an appropriate dangerous goods course.
Dangerous goods suppliers and consultants
CASA has developed a list of dangerous goods equipment and service providers relating to the air-transport of dangerous goods. Whilst many of these providers are not subject to CASA authorisation, their functions are important to achieving the safe carriage of dangerous goods.
General Aviation Operators that will carry Dangerous goods
Lists of operators are provided to assist the public in making contact with suppliers of Dangerous Goods services and products only, and CASA makes no representation about the quality of the suppliers or the fitness for any particular purpose of their services or products.
CASA Regulatory Services
CASA provides a small number of regulatory services associated with dangerous goods. The fees for these activities are set by the Government and promulgated in the Civil Aviation (Fees) Regulations 1995.
Dangerous Goods poster
CASR part 92 requires aerodrome operators and travel agents to provide information to passengers about carriage of dangerous goods on aircraft. To assist, CASA has produced a poster available in A2 or A4 sizes. The posters are only available to Australian organisations to assist compliance with CASR part 92.