CAMEOfm is an emergency response and planning data management tool developed jointly by NOAA and the Environmental Protection Agency, and it runs on both Windows and Mac computers. Download CAMEOfm from the EPA CAMEO site.
You can use the eight modules in the CAMEOfm database to manage critical planning data about chemicals in your community, including details about chemical facilities, transportation routes, emergency contacts, and response resources if a spill occurs.
If facilities in your state use Tier2 Submit to complete the Tier II forms required under EPCRA, then you can import that information directly into the Facilities, Chemicals in Inventory, and Contacts modules in CAMEOfm.
In addition to the emergency planning data, CAMEOfm can also be used to access the other CAMEO software suite programs to:
- Find physical property, emergency response information, and reactivity predictions for hazardous chemicals in CAMEO Chemicals.
- Model threat zones for chemical releases in ALOHA.
- Display information on a map in MARPLOT to help determine potential impacts and make decisions about the degree of hazard posed by incidents.
More Information about CAMEOfm
- CAMEO Fact Sheet [PDF, 719 KB]: Learn more about basic features of the four core CAMEO suite programs in this CAMEO fact sheet.
- CAMEO News Service: Join this email list on the EPA CAMEO site to receive news and other helpful information from the development team.
- CAMEO Companion [PDF, 13 MB]: Learn more about working with all of the CAMEO suite products with the CAMEO Companion, a written help resource available from the EPA site, which is particularly helpful for people who use the software on an occasional basis.
- CAMEO Software Suite: Find out more about the four core programs—and several related programs—in the CAMEO software suite, which aids in hazardous material response and planning.
Questions: Contact us with questions, comments, or suggestions about CAMEO.