Dangerous Goods Safety Group (UK) Ltd was formed in April 2019 by Paul and Lisa Horner. Dangerous Goods Safety Group provides a wealth of experience and knowledge gained from working in education, IATA, fast parcel and airline operations.
Dangerous Goods Safety Group provides an innovative approach to dangerous good transport safety and compliance through training, consultancy, risk assessments and compliance audits for all modes of transport. Our team have vast experience in the complex supply chain for the carriage of dangerous goods by road, sea and air. Our unique and personalised approach to dangerous goods compliance for the complete supply chain ensures our customers are offered training that suits their needs. We continually adjust to regulatory changes and have an innovative approach for the benefit of our customers.
Before we deliver any form of training, we like to gauge the types of work needed by working with our clients. Our consultancy services do not just happen over the phone; we also like to visit your premises to help discuss ways of improving your business. We are happy to consult about any aspect of the supply chain and our experienced consultants can work with you to develop processes and procedures.
Paul worked for IATA from January 2016 to March 2019 as the Manager, Dangerous Goods Standards. The role included: authoring the text for the IATA dangerous goods regulations and other technical publications; answering technical email enquiries through a dedicated hotline; working with the IATA Dangerous Goods Board; attending ICAO and UN dangerous goods meetings; supporting industry events; and acting as a subject matter expert for the Association. Paul has also attended several SAE G27 lithium battery package performance standards meetings, the outcome of which has potentially significant consequences for lithium battery shippers.
Paul previously spent 18 years working for DHL Aviation in the UK as the Dangerous Goods Manager and DGSA. He was also a founding committee member of the British Association of Dangerous Goods Professionals (BADGP). Paul began his career with dangerous goods as a Movement Controller in the British Army.
We are proud to work collaboratively with Gatehouse Consultancy and Training.