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The primary objectives of the DGTTF include:
Meetings are normally held twice in a year, usually in May and October.
The DGTTF consists of up to 12 members nominated by the Cargo Services Conference (CSC) and appointed by the Dangerous Goods Board (DGB) each being an expert in the dangerous goods training field. Also, representatives from IATA member airlines, FIATA, IFALPA, and IATA strategic partners attend and participate in the meetings as observers.
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