- regulates shipping of hazardous/explosive material
Class A - an explosive that possesses detonating or otherwise maximum hazard; such as, but not limited to, dynamite, nitroglycerin, lead azide, black powder, blasting caps and detonating primers
Class B- an explosive that possesses flammable hazard; such as, but not limited to, propellant explosives, photographic flash powders, and some special fire works.
- Class C- an explosive that contains ClassA or ClassB
- explosives, or both as components but in restricted quantities. For example, blasting caps or electric caps in lots of less than 1,000.