We recently issued our 100th course completion certificate for our online Dry Ice Safety Awareness Training. Unable to offer any in-person training sessions last year, we decided to innovate and reshape our course for an online learning platform instead. This allows learners to complete the training remotely, at their own pace, and at a time that suits them.

It also makes it possible for us to reach a much wider audience than before; we’ve already completed online training for numerous different companies, including food processing, pharmaceutical, and logistics industries who need to ensure their employees have the necessary skills and knowledge for working with dry ice.

Depending on the dry ice end user’s duties, they may not require IATA Certified Dangerous Goods training; this is where our Safety Awareness training fills the gap – providing the relevant training, knowledge and evidence that the learner understands how dry ice should be handled, transported, and stored.