There are many reasons why people transport live animals. The animals may be personal pets, assistance dogs, sporting animals, animals for breeding, zoological animals and species being transported for reasons of science, etc.
Transporting animals especially for long journeys the air transportation is often the only option. In order to treat animals humanely and meet handling standards, personnel involved in the transport of live animals need to be trained to fulfil their responsibilities.
The personnel include, to name a few, ground-handling staff (passenger, ramp and cargo handling), pilots, air crew, animal attendants and forwarding agents.
We wanted to meet these standards when creating our training course for Live Animals Regulations (LAR). Our work is almost done and the brand new course is soon available for you.
With this pre-advice we just wanted to show how excited we are to announce that our new e-Learning training course for Live Animals Regulations (LAR) will be released soon.
Please check our website later on this month for more information.
Please don’t hesitate to contact us for more information.
With best regards,