Services include (but are not limited to) the development of a Hazardous Material Inventory Statement (HMIS), the evaluation of existing and perspective property’s fire/life safety system, the development of an overall fire protection system strategy incorporating active and passive fire protection methods to account for all hazardous materials onsite, and specifications to bring buildings into code compliance.
HMIS is the classification of chemicals into one or more of the hazardous material classification categories, including the location and the maximum expected quantities of each type of hazardous material to be stored. An HMIS report is typically required on an annual basis. Looking to classify chemicals on your own? Check-out our partner app TheHazMatApp. TheHazMatApp provides engineers, consultants, building owners, and inspectors a database of hazardous materials that have been assigned building and fire code hazard classifications by experts and industry professionals. Register now for a free 30-day trial.
TheHazMatApp provides engineers, consultants, building owners, and inspectors a database of hazardous materials that have been assigned building and fire code hazard classifications by experts and industry professionals.
The classification of hazardous materials and subsequent report generation can be a long arduous process. TheHazMatApp provides a database of chemicals and also generates report templates based on quantities input by the user. TheHazMatApp simplifies the code compliance process saving the user time and money.
The HazMatApp was developed by one of TERPconsulting’s engineers, Joe Chacon.
Lookup various chemicals by Chemical Name or CAS Number to determine their hazard classification. We display all important hazard information in an easy, understandable way to apply to your reports!
Create and save property chemical inventories and adjust quantities as needed. Print Hazardous Material Inventory Statements (HMIS) templates in excel format.
Don’t see your chemical in the database? We will review your Safety Data Sheet (SDS) and assign the hazard classification to the chemical. Our users contribute to the most conclusive and growing chemical database in the industry!
We offer two ways to use the app! With the HazMatApp Basic you receive free mobile access to the app for chemical look-ups only. Download the free app today form the apple app store, or the google play store.
The HazMatApp Pro
For those that need more power, TheHazMatApp offers a yearly membership plan that includes the ability to:
The Hazmatapp Pro is $199 per year, which gives you access to the online database and mobile app. Register now for a free 30-day trial.