By Little Pro on 2016-01-07 Views: Update:2017-01-18
Class 8 dangerous goods are corrosive substances. There is no sub-division. Corrosive substances may cause severe damage when in contact with living tissue such as skin or damage or destroy surrounding materials in case of leakage.
Commonly transported class 8 dangerous goods include acids such as sulfuric acid, strong bases such as sodium hydroxide, batteries and its fluids.
The picture below shows hazard symbols for Class 7 dangerous goods. More info about the marking and labelling of dangerous goods can be found here.