Just what are the dangers? Such dangers are as unique to the business itself. If for instance, the business is handling dangerous or toxic chemicals, of course it makes prudent and moral sense to utilize specialized dangerous goods packaging concepts. But for many other businesses there are those deceptions. The perception is that whatever goods are being produced are generally harmless. So, why then, take extra precautions when packaging the goods?
Because assuming that all goods that need to be packaged for public consumption, they could potentially still be exposed to a variety of risk-bearing elements, whether it is natural or manmade. The packaging in this case, secures the goods. It reaches its destination in the same condition it was in prior to it being packaged. There is always the risk of contamination, particularly in the case of consumable items such as food or drink.
If the food solids or liquids are not adequately or appropriately packaged and sealed they could conceivably ‘go off’. There is further deception for those commercial clients who do not take the necessary precautions. Packaged food products not carefully and correctly labeled could very easily mislead the public. When someone opens a canister and proceeds to consume the contents thereof, everything seems to taste just fine.
But then a few days later, that consumer becomes rather ill. It may have been food poisoning. It could even have been something worse. Generally speaking, no producer of goods and materials is able to escape their prudent and moral responsibilities. Because within the borders of a functioning economy, the rules have been laid down. Gross contraventions of the laid down regulations, whether set by a relevant industry or by the state or federal government, could be costly in more ways than one.