Dangerous Goods

What are Dangerous Goods?

Depending on their nature, dangerous goods can be anything from liquids, gases and/or solids. There are nine classes that distinguish their classifications.

Dangerous goods can be categorised as flammable, explosive, radioactive, bio-hazardous or allergenic. They normally require special authorisation to store, use, and transport.

Countries regulate dangerous goods by law, as they require special labelling and packaging. Read more information about this topic on our page discussing dangerous goods.

The goods such as flammable, explosive, radioactive, bio-hazardous or allergenic fall into the category of dangerous goods.