Classes of dangerous cargoes

1 class
1 class of hazardous cargoes includes materials which have an explosion hazard, and which can cause fire with blasting effect, as well as devices that contain explosive substances and blasting agents meant for production of pyrotechnic effect.
2 class
2 class of hazardous cargoes includes gases compressed: liquefied or dissolved under pressure or liquefied by refrigeration satisfying at least one of the following conditions.
3 class
3 class of hazardous cargoes includes flammable liquids, liquid mixtures as well as water-miscible solutions and suspensions that exhale flammable fumes having a flashpoint of 6 deg C and lower, closed cup test.
4 class
4 class of hazardous cargoes includes Flammable Solids or Substances (except for those classified as explosives) liable to spontaneous combustion in the course of transportation due to external ignition sources, as a result of friction, moisture pick-up, self-induced chemical transformations, as well as if exposed to heat.
5 class
5 class of hazardous cargoes includes oxidizing substances (agents) and organic peroxides that can easily yield oxygen, sustain combustion, and under some conditions or in combination with other substances can cause spontaneous inflammation and explosion.
6 class
6 class of hazardous cargoes includes poisonous (toxic) and infectious substances which may cause death, poison or disease when internally taken or on coming in contact with skin or mucous coat.
7 class
7 class of hazardous cargoes includes Radioactive Substances with specific activity exceeding 70 kBq/kg (2 nCi/g).
8 class
8 class of hazardous cargoes includes corrosive materials that cause full thickness destruction of human skin, affect conjunctiva and respiratory tract, lead to corrosion of metals and damage vehicles, constructions and freights, can also cause fire when interacting with organic matters or some chemical substances.
9 class
9 class of hazardous cargoes includes miscellaneous dangerous substances which present a hazard during transportation, but which do not meet the definition of any other hazard class and which are subject to definite rules of transportation and storage.