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Hazardous Materials

Hazardous Materials Impact Statement

Proposed structures that contain materials that pose a health or physical risk (as defined in the IFC) and if used, stored or handled on site, must have a Hazardous Materials Impact Statement (HMIS) completed and supplied to LFRA at time of building permit application. The analysis must be prepared by a licensed design professional with experience in HMIS, in accordance with Chapter 50 – General Provisions/Hazardous Materials; Appendix E – Hazard Categories; and Tables 5003.1.1(1) through 5003.1.1(4). The HMIS shall include the following:

  • Product name
  • Component
  • Chemical Abstract Service (CAS) number
  • Location where stored or used
  • Container size
  • Hazard classification
  • Amount in storage
  • Amount in use – closed systems
  • Amount in use – open systems

Download Hazardous Materials Worksheets

LFRA provides worksheets to assist design professionals in submitting required hazardous materials information. The worksheets are based on four tables from Chapter 50 of the IFC and provide direction in determining the Occupancy Group of the structure or areas. The worksheets can be downloaded by clicking here. (They are four separate worksheet tabs in the downloaded Excel workbook.)

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