Dangerous goods are substances or materials capable of posing an unreasonable risk to health, safety, or property when transported in commerce.


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Some common examples of dangerous goods are:

  • Gasoline
  • Solvent based paints
  • Acetone
  • Alcohol based perfumes
  • Strike-anywhere matches
  • Pesticides
  • Viruses
  • Blood samples
  • Acids
  • Dry ice
  • Lithium ion batteries

Hazardous materials need special handling. There are numerous regulations and requirements outlining proper care for dangerous goods while on site and also in transit.

Product Groups

  • Chemical Combination Packaging Chemical Single Packaging
  • Biological & Infectious Substances
  • Inner Containers & Caps
  • Non-Haz Performance Packaging
  • Accessories
  • Labels and Placards
Dangerous Goods Packaging

Dangerous Goods Packaging

Product Categories

  • DOT-SP 9168
  • Single bottle Packaging
  • 1 Gallon Titehead
  • Variation Packaging
  • Paint Can Packaging
  • Environmentally Friendly
  • Multiple bottle Packaging
  • Infectious Substance
  • Biological Substance Category B
  • Excepted Quantity Packaging
  • Temperature Controlled Packaging
  • Single Packaging
  • Metal Containers
  • Glass Bottles
  • Plastic bottles
  • Closures
  • Accessories
  • Corrugated Packaging
  • Torque Products
  • Labels and Placards


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Employee Taining is Essential
When you ship hazardous materials, are you in compliance? Steps to building your program.

Please contact us for complete details.

Trained and Obtain Employees Certification in 49 CFR

Get Material Safety Data Sheets (SDS) on All Materials

Determine Necessary Packaging and Labels

Ensure the Package in Which You Will Ship Has Been Tested and Certified

Use the Package Correctly When Shipping

Declare the Package with the Shipping Carrier

Retain All Shipping Records

Excellent Resources: There are very broad resources for shipper of Dangerous Goods. Here are a few.

PHMSA – Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration 

How To Comply With Federal Hazardous Materials Regulations 

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