Junius “Jay” Johnson is the Regulatory Compliance Manager for Saf-T-Pak, an Inmark Company. Jay is an expert in transportation regulations (including certification as a
Dangerous Goods Safety Advisor in Great Britain) where his niche is packaging solutions for the chemical and life science industries. As presenter, trainer, and writer on
issues pertaining to the transport of hazardous material, Jay is a globally recognized speaker on the topic of infectious substance transportation with 25 years of practical
experience shipping, transporting and packaging dangerous goods. He is a Past Chairman of the Dangerous Goods Advisory Council (DGAC) and is head of their delegation to the
UN Sub-Committee of Experts on the Transport of Dangerous Goods.
National and international regulations dictate that any individuals involved in the transport of hazardous materials must be trained, tested,
certified and must also retain a record of their training. Certification is achieved when an individual demonstrates their knowledge and understanding of the regulations.
Dangerous Goods Regulatory Support
Regulatory Support: Click Here to email your questions or comments to our experts.
- ICAO and IATA have added a documentation requirement for shipments of Genetically modified organisms
- ICAO and IATA added a new exception to the regulations for shipments of used medical devices
- ICAO and IATA clarified the classification and identification of formaldehyde solutions for air shipments
- ICAO and IATA added a new exception to the regulations for shipments of very small quantities of dangerous goods, called De minimis quantities