Keep Pace with Chemical Regulatory Compliance
Regulatory requirements for tracking and restricting chemicals are complex and can be difficult to interpret. Professionals working with hazardous materials can use HazAdvisr’s code-compliant materials database to search thousands of chemicals or mixtures, ensuring timely turnaround of code compliance reviews.
Design a Safe, Compliant Facility
Because of the hazardous materials used in a laboratory, designers are challenged to create quality, productive environments while ensuring the protection and safety of people. Using HazAdvisr’s Planning Module, architects and design professionals can seamlessly map chemical users with our interactive inventory tool to keep your design process moving.
Assess a Complete View of your Chemical Risks
Properly maintaining regulated materials at your facility starts with understanding what chemicals you have on site. Building managers and industrial companies can use HazAdvisr to perform chemical risk analysis. We have 20+ chemical risk professionals on staff to review all results. Our team communicates the resulting data and will work with you to implement solutions to keep your employees, facility and reputation safe.
You have the option of selecting a one-time inventory classification for existing facilities with established quantities. You can also design a compliant layout implementing our Planning Tool to change user configurations, control area layout or occupancy classification.
HazAdvisr considers hazard properties as defined in the International Code Council (ICC) codes such as the International Building Code (IBC) and International Fire Code (IFC) as well as the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) codes and standards like NFPA 1, Fire Code, NFPA 30, Flammable and Combustible Liquids Code, and NFPA 400, Hazardous Materials Code. Every attempt is made to correlate with the latest editions of these standards.
Chemical classifications are performed by qualified experts (chemical engineers, industrial hygienists, chemists and fire protection engineers) based on information available from manufacturers and our clients. Classifications are made based on safety data information and other reference materials.
You can register for HazAdvisr database access, which includes a number of chemical classifications. If you locate hazardous materials that aren’t currently in our database,
To Chemical Database section, add reference that read access to the database is available by subscription and includes the ability for our experts to classify new entries if not In the database.
You’ll be assigned a project manager shortly after submitting your information. This Jensen Hughes professional is qualified to analyze chemical hazards and will work with you to ensure your deliverables meet the needs of your project.