Denver HMIS Reporting

Hazardous Material Chemical Inventory
initiate database by numbering all MSDSs and create an inventory guide sheet used during the on-site audit

·        Perform on-site physical inventory:

·        Determine inactive products and compile an inactive MSDS system.

·        Locate products that do not have MSDS on file and obtain MSDS from the manufacturer.

·        Determine maximum pounds on-site, calendar year usage in pounds, container type, location of, use, & physical state of each hazardous material.

·        Inspect storage procedures and complete a summary of the facility’s compliance with SARA Title III Laws and Uniform Fire Codes – Article 80.


Ensure that existing MSDS are the most updated version. If not, contact manufacturer for data required under the supplier notification section of SARA Title III.

Envirosure Solutions Advanced Database
Enter chemical identity, ingredients CAS numbers, and site inventory information for each chemical. The software compares this data against preloaded databases and compiles information on:

·        RCRA Codes

·        Chemical Specific Information

·        Carcinogens

·        HAPS; VOCs

·        304 Process Safety Management & 112R of the CAA

Threshold Quantities

·        Storm water Priority Chemicals

·        NFPA Codes

·        Hazardous Classifications

AET Environmental HMIS service is used by major industries as the basis for their EHS compliance programs.  Many of our clients elect to have the information generated from this service available on-line for convenient access by authorized individuals.

Denver HMIS Reporting

The Denver Fire Department’s HMIS program incorporates reporting requirements from:

  • Title III of SARA, the Superfund Amendments and Reauthorization Act, which deals with hazardous materials.
  • EPCRA (Emergency Response Planning and Community Right-to-Know Act).
  • The City and County of Denver’s requirements for hazardous materials operational permits, Denver Fire Code Section 105.6.63. The permit process provides the Denver Fire Department with information on what, where, how, and when specific hazards are being installed, manufactured, stored, and/or used within the City, and allows us to meet the Sara Title III reporting requirements.

The Denver Fire Department’s program is further supported by proposed legislation, which requires that all hazard potential of any chemical must be divulged for first responders and the community to quickly determine risks and assess health and environmental concerns.

Permit Application Requirements

  1. HMIS (Hazardous Materials Inventory Statement) – SARA Title III requires submittal of an HMIS form annually.
  2. HMMP (Hazardous Materials Management Plan) – This is a facility site plan designating locations and amounts of hazards and locations and types of emergency equipment.