Dangerous goods are articles or substances that are capable of posing a risk to health, safety, property or the environment and are subject to government regulations. Dangerous goods are not always obvious and many items are, or contain, regulated substances. Some common items are considered dangerous goods such as: some paint, aerosols, lithium batteries (either separate or contained in cell phones, laptops, video cameras, etc.), dry ice, perfumes, airbags, ammunition, butane, fireworks, gasoline, lighters, car batteries, matches, nail polish, nail polish remover, solvents, some chemicals, and more. If you are unsure whether your item is regulated by TDG or ICAO, please check the items’ Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for further information.