The FBA Dangerous Goods program allows you to sell FBA-eligible products that have been classified as dangerous goods.
Dangerous goods (also called hazardous products) are regulated substances or materials that may pose a risk during storing, handling, or transporting because they contain flammable, pressurized, corrosive, or otherwise harmful substances. “Dangerous goods” also refers to consumer products such as laptops, smartphones, household cleaners, spray paints, and cosmetics.
The Dangerous Goods program in Canada has a waiting list for participating. To join the waiting list, select FBA Dangerous Goods program below, click Next, then click Apply for the FBA Dangerous Goods program.
If you have inventory in an Amazon fulfilment centre that becomes reclassified as a dangerous good, you will automatically be added to the waiting list. Once on the waiting list, you’ll be notified when a chance to participate in the program becomes available.
Products sold through Dangerous Goods are eligible for Prime, though some may not be eligible for two-day shipping. Due to transportation regulations, many of these products are available for ground transport only. Therefore, they are eligible for Prime four- to five-day shipping.
To learn more about dangerous goods, refer to these Help pages and Seller University videos:
|Dangerous goods identification guide (hazardous products)||See which dangerous goods can be sold through FBA, what’s prohibited, and how to tell if your product is a dangerous good.|
|Dangerous goods required information and documentation (hazardous products)||Learn about information required during FBA listing creation and conversion, and about safety data sheets and exemption sheets.|
|Dangerous goods review process (hazardous products)||Learn how long it takes to review ASINs converted to FBA and which documents may be required.|
|Intro to dangerous goods (video)||Learn how classification affects fulfilment and shipping, when classification is required, and product information requirements.|
|Dangerous goods awareness (video)||Learn about common examples of dangerous goods and what to consider when selling dangerous goods on Amazon.|
|Submitting safety data sheets (video)||Learn six important rules for submitting safety data sheets.|
To be sold through FBA, your products must be correctly classified, regardless of whether you’re enrolled in the FBA Dangerous Goods program.
Products in Unable to classify status when received at an Amazon fulfilment centre will be set to Inactive. Once Inactive, they can’t be sold or replenished until they’re correctly classified.
Items become Active (sellable) once they’re classified as allowed dangerous goods and received at a fulfilment centre that handles dangerous goods (see Fulfilment centre storage below). Any such inventory stored at a standard fulfilment centre will be automatically transferred to one that handles these items. We will notify you by email of the transfer, which can take several weeks. Inventory will be in Reserved status while in transit.
If stored inventory becomes classified as dangerous goods prohibited for FBA, it will be disposed of at your expense. This includes inventory in fulfilment centres that handle dangerous goods. We will notify you by email of the classification change.
If you disagree with the classification, upload a new safety data sheet or exemption sheet on Manage dangerous goods classification.
Whether or not you’re enrolled in the program, you must do the following when listing a product that is under classification review or is regulated as a dangerous good:
Dangerous goods storage limits
Dangerous goods storage limits are based on marketplace performance and the space that you actively use. We regularly assess these metrics and adjust limits accordingly. Storage limits are not based on your Inventory performance index score.
To request additional dangerous goods storage, contact Selling Partner Support and provide documented proof of need. This documentation includes the following: