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Hazardous Materials Inventory Statement
Hazardous Materials Inventory Statement (HMIS)
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Allen Engineering can assist in the preparation of your hazardous materials inventory statement (HMIS), hazardous materials management plan (HMMP), negotiate with authorities, and provide design team support, and general consulting.

Allen Engineering provides technical assistance in developing your Hazardous Materials Inventory Statement. Many jurisdictions require a HMIS, often employing their own forms and specific requirements. Hazardous materials present a wide range of exposures because of the significant variation of properties and reactions. The rapidly increasing HMIS requirements are often overwhelming to decipher, plan, and monitor. An HMIS is essentially a document listing all the hazardous materials found on site. This documentation includes information such as the type of material, amount, specific hazards associated with the material and how it is used. All of this information can be very important for emergency planning and preparedness.


The storage, dispensing and use of hazardous materials are highly regulated by building and fire codes, NFPA standards, and by insurance underwriters. A comprehensive approach to hazardous materials requires thorough knowledge of applicable building and fire code requirements, and NFPA standards. Issues of non-compliance can be both dangerous and expensive to mitigate. Allen Engineering has a thorough understanding of the building code requirements for facilities utilizing hazardous materials, whether for existing occupancies, tenant improvements or new construction. Our services routinely involve analyzing client needs for the purpose of effectively developing and negotiating solutions to regulatory challenges.


Chemical fires and incidents occur in a variety of businesses. These challenges- both environmental and physical, require multi-faceted solutions. These solutions require a complete understanding of the chemical and physical properties whether stored or used, as well as methods of transfer of these materials. Understanding the hazards associated with these chemicals is critical in reducing the risks of an incident.


Hazardous Materials Management Plan (HMMP)


Hazardous Materials Code Analysis


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