The next edition of this standard is now open for Public Comment.
Edition to display:
What is NFPA 400?
NFPA 400 consolidates fundamental safeguards for the storage, use, and handling of hazardous materials in all occupancies and facilities. The Code does not apply to storage or use of hazardous materials for individual use on the premises of one- and two-family dwellings.
Official document scope
What does NFPA 400 address?
The Code's fire and life safety requirements are applicable to a wide range of substances including but not limited to ammonium nitrate solids and liquids, corrosive solids and liquids, flammable solids, organic peroxide formulations, oxidizers, pyrophoric solids and liquids, toxic and highly toxic solids and liquids , unstable (reactive) solids and liquids, water-reactive solids and liquids. Compressed gases and cryogenic fluids are included within the context of NFPA 55.Table Of Contents.
Archived revision information
Read the archived revision information
NFPA 400, 2013 Edition: Archived Revision Information
View archived proposals, comments and other records related to the development of this edition.
Errata are corrections issued to an NFPA document, published in NFPA News
, the National Fire Codes Subscription Service (NFCSS), and included in any further distribution of the document.
For previously issued Erratas (not listed below), e-mail the NFPA Library, call +1 617 984-7445, or fax +1 617 984-7060.
View the document online (read only)
Articles and Reports