Dangerous Goods are articles or substances that may pose a risk to health, safety, personal property or the environment when transported. We will ensure that the most rigorous safety processes are followed when handling these products.
Substances that are known or reasonably expected to contain pathogens. Pathogens are defined as microorganisms (including bacteria, viruses, rickettsia, parasites, fungi) and other agents such as prions that can cause disease in humans or animals.
An infectious substance that does not meet the criteria for inclusion in Category A. Infectious substances in Category B must be assigned to UN 3373.
The shipper is responsible for all the required labeling of each package of dangerous goods, and each overpack containing dangerous goods, in compliance with these Regulations. Each package must be of such a size that there is adequate space to affix all required markings and labels
The shipper is responsible for all necessary markings to be applied on each package of dangerous goods, and each overpack containing dangerous goods, in compliance with these Regulations. Each package must be of such a size that there is adequate space to affix all required markings and labels.
Lithium batteries have become a preferred energy source for a wide variety of consumer goods such as mobile telephones, toys, electric bikes, etc. Though widely used, most persons are not aware of the fact that these batteries are dangerous goods and could represent a safety risk if not properly prepared for transport in accordance with transport standards. The transport regulations applicable to the lithium batteries may be difficult to handle for companies and individuals who are not familiar with the handling of dangerous goods.
To confirm the type of battery you are about to transport, consult the diagram at the following link: Lithium batteries