James is responsible for the strategic product development and management of the IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations product portfolio. The prime focus is development and management of products that support the industry in being compliant when dangerous goods shipments are transported by air, having safety as the top priority. An essential part of the role is outreach and awareness, ensuring that all elements of the supply chain are engaged, in all areas of the world.
David has been with IATA since 2002 and is currently Assistant Director Cargo Safety & Standards.
David is responsible for coordinating the activities of the Cargo team who are jointly responsible for the IATA standards publications and products that address dangerous goods transported by air. David is the Secretary of the IATA Dangerous Goods Board and the Panel member nominated by IATA to the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) Dangerous Goods Panel. David also participates, on behalf of IATA, in the meetings of the United Nations Subcommittee of Experts on the Transport of Dangerous Goods.
Paul joined IATA in January 2016 as the Manager, Dangerous Goods Standards. The role includes authoring the text for the IATA Dangerous goods Regulations, developing new products including the lithium battery shipping guidelines, answering technical email enquiries through a dedicated hotline, working with the IATA Dangerous Goods Board, supporting industry events and acting as the subject matter expert for the Association.
Paul previously spent 18 years working for DHL Aviation in the UK as the Dangerous Goods Manager and DGSA. Paul was also a founding committee member of the British Association of Dangerous Goods Professionals. Paul began his career with dangerous goods as a Movement Controller in the British Army, were he served for 9 years, based in the UK, Germany, the Former Republic of Yugoslavia and Belgium.
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