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Chemical Accident Prevention Program (CAPP) - Regulated Substance Information


Highly Hazardous Substance Information

If a facility uses, stores, produces or otherwise handles any highly hazardous substance in excess of the listed threshold quantity, they are likely subject to the provisions of CAPP. A list of the substances can be accessed by clicking on one of the following links:


Substance Data Forms

Chemical-specific data forms have been developed for numerous highly hazardous substances. They are intended to provide a quick reference to select physical properties, toxicity information and regulatory information. Available forms are listed below:

Chemical Name Alternate Chemical Name/Mixture Description
(if Applicable)
CAS PDF Document
Ammonia Anhydrous Ammonia 7664-41-7 27 KB file size
Ammonia Ammonia Solution; Ammonium Hydroxide/20 wt% to 44 wt% 7664-41-7 27 KB file size
Boron Trichloride   10294-34-5 Coming Soon
Butane   106-97-8 27 KB file size
Chlorine   7782-50-5 27 KB file size
Difluoroethane   75-37-6 Coming Soon
Hydrogen Peroxide Concentration of 52% or greater by weight 7722-84-1 Coming Soon
Isobutane 1,1-dimenthyl ethane 75-28-5 27 KB file size
Isopentane   78-78-4 27 KB file size
Mercury 7439-97-6 27 KB file size
Methane   74-82-8 27 KB file size
Methyl ether   115-10-6 Coming Soon
Nitrogen Dioxide   10102-44-0 Coming Soon
Pentane   109-66-0 27 KB file size
Propane   74-98-6 27 KB file size
Sulfur Dioxide Anhydrous 7446-09-05 Coming Soon
Titanium Tetrachloride   7550-45-0 Coming Soon

Also available are substance data form list of conversion factors and source references.


Explosives Information

If a facility manufactures explosives for sale in any quantity, they are likely subject to the provisions of CAPP. An explosive is a substance that is classified as either Division 1.1, 1.2, 1.3, 1.4, or 1.5 in the federal Department of Transportation's Table of Hazardous Materials, codified at 49 CFR 172.101.