What could cause your package to explode? A bomb? Yes, that is quite possible. Not that you would be prepared to do that; plant a bomb in your packaging. But you never know. Once your packaging has left your warehouse (it could be no smaller than your residential garage) or sidewalk shop, it is out of your hands. But fortunately, it is also in good hands. An important part of your package testing will be, would you believe, carried out by what they call sniffer dogs.
And have you ever wondered? Have you ever wondered why you rarely hear of bombs going off these days? Not to be reminded of the tragic past but yes, it has triggered off a lot more responsible vigilance among all and sundry, especially those entrusted with the safety and security of all citizens, residents and visitors alike, as well as their material possessions. Sniffer dogs are doing a very fine job, have been for many years. They are well trained. They also sniff out for hazardous or dangerous and illegal materials.
Their handlers are well trained too. Depending on the nature of your business, depending on the kind of processing work being conducted, and depending on the manufacturing processes, the package testing could be compulsory. If this imperative affects your business, you should be welcoming it with open arms. Not only are you, your workers, your customers, your material possessions, your properties being protected, your reputation remains intact and you remain financially secure.
If money was a concern, then you need have no fear. No one is going to stop you in your tracks and demand payment in return for having your goods inspected. But if that did happen, you could report it to your law enforcement people.