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What are Dangerous Goods?
Dangerous goods are substances or materials capable of posing an unreasonable risk to health, safety, or property when transported in commerce.
Some common examples of dangerous goods are:
For a full list of "hidden" dangerous goods from the IATA DGR click here.
Many items with consumer warnings or "signal words" such as those listed below may indicate the presence of dangerous goods -- especially the most serious signal word which is "Danger".
Signal Words you may see on a Package: