The Classification and code of Dangerous Goods (GB6944) stipulates that dangerous goods refer to those with explosive, flammable, poisonous, infectious, corrosive, radioactive and other dangerous characteristics, which are liable to cause personal injury, property damage or environmental pollution and need special protection in transportation, storage, production, operation, use and disposal. Quality and goods. Dangerous goods contain substances and articles and have special requirements for packaging. Dangerous chemicals only contain chemical substances. Therefore, some dangerous goods do not belong to dangerous chemicals, such as lithium batteries, storage batteries, matches, automobile airbags, etc. According to the Dangerous Goods Name List (GB12268), Dangerous Goods Classification and Name Number (GB6944), and the TDG Classification Principle, dangerous goods are classified into nine categories: explosives, gases, flammable liquids, flammable solids and flammable self-combustibles. Substances that emit flammable gases in the presence of water; oxidizing substances and organic peroxides; toxic and infectious substances; radioactive substances; corrosive substances; miscellaneous hazardous substances and articles, including environmental hazardous substances Enterprises that produce packaging containers for exporting dangerous goods shall apply to the Customs of origin for the performance appraisal of packaging containers for dangerous goods. Enterprises that export dangerous goods shall apply to the Customs of origin for the identificationRead More →

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