By March 1 of each year, Oregon businesses are required to report to OSFM any hazardous substance they possessed in a reportable quantity during the previous calendar year. A substantive change must be reported within 30 days.
Information collected by the OFSM's Community Right to Know program is available to fire service personnel, law enforcement, emergency planners, health professionals, and the public. We have online searchable databases, as well as custom reports available by public records requests.The links below provide access to the information available.
Hazardous Substance Storage Information
information is available online and accessible at any time. Click here for additional information.
HazMat Incident Reports
OSFM collects hazardous substance incident reports from emergency responders. HazMat incidents that occurred from 1985-2009 can be researched in the Hazardous Substance Incident Searchable Database. HazMat incidents that occurred from 2010-current year can be researched utilizing the annual Hazardous Substance Incident Report Excel spreadsheets. The current year's report is updated monthly.
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Public Records Requests
To obtain specific information or a custom report regarding hazardous substance storage or HazMat incidents, please submit a public records request.