CALIFORNIA FIRE CODE — MATRIX ADOPTION TABLE
APPENDIX H — HAZARDOUS MATERIALS MANAGEMENT PLAN
AND HAZARDOUS MATERIALS INVENTORY STATEMENTS
APPENDIX H — HAZARDOUS MATERIALS MANAGEMENT PLAN
AND HAZARDOUS MATERIALS INVENTORY STATEMENTS
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|[California Code of Regulations, Title 19, Division 1]|
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* The California Code of Regulations (CCR), Title 19, Division 1 provisions that are found in the California Fire Code are a reprint from the current CCR, Title 19, Division 1 text for the code user's convenience only. The scope, applicability and appeals procedures of CCR, Title 19, Division I remain the same.
Hazardous materials inventory statements (HMIS) and hazardous materials management plans (HMMP) which are required by the fire chief, pursuant to Chapter 50, shall be provided for hazardous materials in accordance with Appendix H.
- Materials which have been satisfactorily demonstrated not to present a potential danger to public health, safety or welfare, based upon the quantity or condition of storage, when approved.
- Chromium, copper, lead, nickel and silver need not be considered hazardous materials for the purposes of Appendix H unless they are stored in a friable, powdered or finely divided state.
Proprietary and trade secret information shall be protected under the laws of the state or jurisdiction having authority.
A separate HMIS shall be provided for each building, including its appurtenant structures, and each exterior facility in which hazardous materials are stored.
The hazardous materials inventory statement shall list, by hazard class, all hazardous materials stored. The hazardous materials inventory statement shall include the following information for each hazardous material listed:
- Hazard class.
- Common or trade name.
- Chemical name, major constituents and concentrations if a mixture. If a waste, the waste category.
- Chemical Abstract Service number (CAS number) found in 29 Code of Federal Regulations (C.F.R.).
- Whether the material is pure or a mixture, and whether the material is a solid, liquid or gas.
- Maximum aggregate quantity stored at any one time.
- Storage conditions related to the storage type, temperature and pressure.
An amended HMIS shall be provided within 30 days of the storage of any hazardous materials which changes or adds a hazard class or which is sufficient in quantity to cause an increase in the quantity which exceeds 5 percent for any hazard class.
Applications for a permit to store hazardous materials shall include an HMMP standard form or short form in accordance with Section H3.3 and shall provide a narrative description of the operations and processes taking place at the facility. See Figure A-H-1.
The HMMP standard form shall include the information detailed in Section H3.2.
A general site plan drawn at a legible scale which shall include, but not be limited to, the location of buildings, exterior storage facilities, permanent access ways, evacuation routes, parking lots, internal roads, chemical loading areas, equipment cleaning areas, storm and sanitary sewer accesses, emergency equipment and adjacent property uses. The exterior storage areas shall be identified with the hazard class and the maximum quantities per hazard class of hazardous materials stored. When required by the chief, information regarding the location of wells, flood plains, earthquake faults, surface water bodies and general land uses within 1 mile (1.609 km) of the facility boundaries shall be included.
A building floor plan drawn to a legible scale which shall include, but not be limited to, hazardous materials storage areas within the building and shall indicate rooms, doorways, corridors, means of egress and evacuation routes. Each hazardous materials storage facility shall be identified by a map key which lists the individual hazardous materials, their hazard class and quantity present for each area.
Information showing procedures, controls, signs or other methods used to ensure separation and protection of stored materials from factors which could cause accidental ignition or reaction of ignitable, reactive or incompatible materials in each area.
Information including, but not limited to, the location, type, manufacturer's specifications, if applicable, and suitability of monitoring methods for each storage facility when required.
Schedules and procedures for inspecting safety and monitoring and emergency equipment. The permittee shall develop and follow a written inspection procedure acceptable to the chief for inspecting the facility for events or practices which could lead to unauthorized discharges of hazardous materials. Inspections shall be conducted at a frequency appropriate to detect problems prior to a discharge. An inspection check sheet shall be developed to be used in conjunction with routine inspections. The check sheet shall provide for the date, time and location of inspection; note problems and dates and times of corrective actions taken; and include the name of the inspector and the countersignature of the designated safety manager for the facility.
A training program appropriate to the types and quantities of materials stored or used shall be conducted to prepare employees to safely handle hazardous materials on a daily basis and during emergencies. The training program shall include:
- Instruction in safe storage and handling of hazardous materials, including maintenance of monitoring records;
- Instruction in emergency procedures for leaks, spills, fires or explosions, including shutdown of operations and evacuation procedures; and
- Record-keeping procedures for documenting training given to employees.
A description of facility emergency procedures is to be provided.
A facility shall qualify as a minimal storage site if the quantity of each hazardous material stored in one or more facilities in an aggregate quantity for the facility is 500 pounds (227 kg) or less for solids, 55 gallons (208.2 L) or less for liquids, or 200 cubic feet (5.7 m3) or less at NTP for compressed gases and does not exceed the threshold planning quantity as listed in 40 C.F.R., Part 355, Sections 302 and 304. The applicant for a permit for a facility which qualifies as a minimal storage site is allowed to file the short form HMMP. Such plan shall include the following components:
- General facility information,
- A simple line drawing of the facility showing the location of storage facilities and indicating the hazard class or classes and physical state of the hazardous materials being stored,
- Information describing that the hazardous materials will be stored and handled in a safe manner and will be appropriately contained, separated and monitored, and
- Assurance that security precautions have been taken, employees have been appropriately trained to handle the hazardous materials and react to emergency situations, adequate labeling and warning signs are posted, adequate emergency equipment is maintained, and the disposal of hazardous materials will be in an appropriate manner.
Hazardous materials inventory statements and hazardous materials management plans shall be maintained by the permittee for a period of not less than three years after submittal of updated or revised versions. Such records shall be made available to the fire chief upon request.
HAZARDOUS MATERIALS MANAGEMENT PLAN (HMMP) INSTRUCTIONS
|SECTION I—FACILITY DESCRIPTION|
|1.1 Part A
|1. 2 Part B—General Facility Description (Site Plan)
|1.3 Part C—Facility Storage Map (Confidential Information)
|SECTION II—HAZARDOUS MATERIALS INVENTORY STATEMENT (HMIS)|
|2.1 Part A—Declaration
Fill out all appropriate information.
|2.2 Part B—Inventory Statement
|SECTION III—SEPARATION AND MONITORING|
|3.1 Part A—Aboveground|
|3.2 Part B—Underground|
|SECTION IV—WASTE DISPOSAL
Check all that apply and list the associated wastes for each method checked.
|SECTION V—RECORDING KEEPING
Include a brief description of your inspection procedures. You are also required to keep an inspection log and recordable discharge log, which are designed to be used in conjunction with routine inspections for all storage facilities or areas. Place a check in each box that describes your forms. If you do not use the sample forms, provide copies of your forms for review and approval.
|SECTION VI—EMERGENCY-RESPONSE PLAN
|SECTION VII—EMERGENCY RESPONSE TRAINING PLAN
|HAZARDOUS MATERIALS MANAGEMENT PLAN|
|SECTION I: FACILITY DESCRIPTION|
|PART A—GENERAL INFORMATION
I certify that the information above and on the following parts is true and correct to the best of my knowledge.
Signature: _________________________________________________Date: _____________________________________
Print Name: _________________________________________________Title: _____________________________________
(Must be signed by owner/operator or designated representative)
PART B—GENERAL FACILITY DESCRIPTION/SITE PLAN
(Use grid format on next page.)
Special land uses within 1 mile (1.609 km):______________
PART C—FACILITY MAP
(Use grid format below.)
(Use grid format above)
SECTION II: HAZARDOUS MATERIALS INVENTORY STATEMENT
|PART B—HAZARDOUS MATERIALS INVENTORY STATEMENT
|SECTION III: SEPARATION, SECONDARY CONTAINMENT AND MONITORING|
|PART A—ABOVEGROUND STORAGE AREAS
Storage Area Identification (as shown on facility map):_____________________________________
|SECTION III: SEPARATION, CONTAINMENT AND MONITORING|
|SINGLE-WALL TANKS AND PIPING
|DOUBLE-WALL TANKS AND PIPING
Tank Area Identification (as shown on facility map):_____________________________________________________________
|SECTION IV: WASTE DISPOSAL
|SECTION V: RECORD KEEPING
Description of our inspection program: ______________________________________________________________________
_____We will use the attached sample forms in our inspection program.
_____We will not use the sample forms. We have attached a copy of our own forms.
|SECTION VI: EMERGENCY RESPONSE PLAN
|SECTION VII: EMERGENCY-RESPONSE TRAINING PLAN