Hazardous Materials Inventory
Hazardous Materials Inventory Statement (HMIS)
The International Building and Fire Code requires businesses to provide a Hazardous Materials Inventory Statement (HMIS), so that building and fire plan reviewers can determine what code provisions apply to your project. Without the HMIS, Puget Sound Fire cannot review the plans. The HMIS will assist Fire Inspectors to ensure that your business is in compliance with the International Fire Code during annual inspections.
The instructions and documents below will provide Puget Sound Fire with a simple HMIS, which will be used as a preliminary screening tool. Depending on your situation, it is possible a more detailed HMIS will be required. Please read the HMIS instructions below for further information and submittal procedures.
HMIS-Reporting-Spreadsheet – Fillable forms provided in an Excel workbook for your use, and include Company Information Sheet, Inventory Report, Summary Report, and Temperature Conversion Calculator.
Annual Tier II Reporting
In accordance with the Emergency Planning and Community Right-To-Know Act (EPCRA) and SARA Title III: Section 312, facilities that store hazardous chemicals at any time during the preceding calendar year in quantities above reporting thresholds are required to complete and send separate Tier Two Emergency and Hazardous Chemical Inventory reports with an original signature to both the Community Right-To-Know Unit and local fire department Emergency Management division.