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Community Right to Know Downloads & Online Access

Community Right to Know Information Access & Downloads

                                      I​f any of these resources are unavailable you may submit an Information Request Form and we will perform an internal search to assist you.

Information collected by the Community Right to Know (CR2K) Unit is available to fire service personnel, emergency planners, emergency management agencies, local emergency planning committees, health  professionals, and the public. Information can be provided in a variety of formats. We have online searchable databases, as well as customizable reports available by request. Citizens and businesses may request to  receive public reports of the Hazardous Substance Information Survey, Facility Substance Reports, Custom Reports, Hazardous Substance Incident information, Access to HSIS Software (public or Fire) and the  CAMEO-
DataReady​​ by completing the CR2K Information Request Form. 

 Hazardous Substance
 ​These online resources are available to search public information provided by facilities regarding hazardous substances.

​​Hazardous Substance Searchable Database   (Updated 6/01/17) 
Requires you to register/login. 

 SDS Searchable Database  (Updated 04/18/17)
 Provides web access to many of the substances reported to the CR2K Unit. You will be able to open or save a PDF of an SDS.

​​ Facility Substance Report
 You can request a PDF of a Facility Substance Report for a specific Facility or address. This report can be sent via email, mail or faxed.

 Custom Report
 A custom report such as facilities reporting specific substances; facilities and the substance they reported for a specified county; facilities reporting for a specified city or zip code. We can provide these reports to you  in a PDF, excel or CVS format via email, mail or faxed. 

​​​ Hazardous Incidents
 These online resources are available to search public information regarding Hazardous Incidents.

Since January 1, 1985 the OSFM has collected Hazardous Substance Incident reports from emergency responders. The Hazardous Substance Incident Searchable Database shows hazardous substance incidents  reported from 1986 through 2009. This database displays key information pertaining to incidents. 

Excel spreadsheet Incid​​ents by year
 For incidents occurring after 2009, they will be saved into an Excel spreadsheet for the year. The spreadsheets are sorted by City, Zip code, Incident Street Name, and then Incident Street Number. Current year data  is updated on a monthly basis. 

 2010 Hazardous Substance Incidents (revised on 8/12/2015)
 2011 Hazardous Substance Incidents (revised on 8/12/2015)
 2012 Hazardous Substance Incidents (revised on 8/12/2015)
 2013 Hazardous Substance Incidents​​​ (revised on 8/12/2015)
 2014 Hazardous Substance Incidents (revised on 7/18/2016)
 2015 Hazardous Substance Incidents (revised on 1/03/2017)
 2016 Hazardous Substance Incidents (revised on 12/01/2017)
 2017 Hazardous Substance Incidents (revised on 12/01/2017)​

Custom Reports: A custom report of a Hazardous Substance Incident Report can be emailed or mailed by requesting a copy of a specific Hazardous Material Incident Report. If you know the Incident number, Incident  date, Incident County, and Agency Responding please include that information as these are helpful in searching for an incident. Along with this incident information select the fields you would like included in the report  on the back side of our form and indicate your preferred format.

 ​HSIS and CAMEO Software Downloads
 To get access to the HSIS Software (public or Fire) you must complete the CR2K Information Request Form. 

HSIS Software Access Options
The Hazardous Substance Information System (HSIS) is available as a Microsoft Access Software application. The HSIS software is interactive and contains data from the Hazardous Substance Information Survey.  The software includes facility demographics and facility-specific chemical data (including quantity and storage). On-screen help, preset queries and a manual assist users in accessing the information. The HSIS  reflects different data each time the HSIS is distributed because the data is based on the Hazardous Substance Information Survey. Surveys are mailed throughout the year; according to the county the facility is  located in. 

Once you have a username and password, return to this website and open the 
HSIS Instructions for system requirements of H​SIS, and uninstalling, extraction, and saving instructions. If you requested the software on  CD, the instructions will be included on the CD.

Download HSIS Software
Please follow the HSIS Instructions  and HSIS User Manual 

Public Version of HSIS (last updated 09/05/2017) 
 HSISPublic.zip (Public Version)

Fire Version of HSIS (last updated 09/05/2017) 
 HSISFire.zip​ (Fire Service Version)

HSIS CAMEO-Ready Data Files
 The Computer-Aided Management of Emergency Operations (CAMEO) Suite assists emergency responders and planners with hazardous substance planning. The program is available for free from the Environmental  Protection Agency (EPA) website at http://www.epa.gov/cameoThe OSFM creates CAMEO files containing data from the Hazardous Substance Information Survey. These data files can be imported directly into the  CAMEO database. Please specify on your request if you want the data for a particular Hazmat Team, Fire District, county, zip code, or if you want statewide data.


 Confidential Information​

Some of the information reported by facilities is considered confidential. There are two different versions of the HSIS software. The fire version is available to fire personnel and other emergency responders. The public  version is available to the general public with the confidential information removed. For more on confidential information review the ConfidentialInformationOverview.pdf 

 Contact​ Us

If you have any questions about information access, please contact the CR2K Information Assistant at 503.934.8353, or email sfm.cr2k@state.or.us. Please use the CR2K Information Request form to request customized reports. Fire incident information can  be  requested on the same form, or use the Analytics and Intelligence Unit's request form.​