This white paper describes the ongoing CFATS compliance process (which is a combination of technical, procedural, and personnel security) and also provides insight regarding how the process has been adjusted to allow for an additional step, the Pre-Authorization Inspection (PAI).
Environmental Health & Safety (EHS) professionals at some chemical facilities may become responsible for the compliance with the Department of Homeland Security’s Chemical Facility Anti-Terrorism Standards (CFATS). Many practices established under environmental and safety regulations focus on accidental events, while CFATS is concerned with deliberate acts.
Working on your Site Security Plan (SSP)? The next stage in the Chemical Facility Anti-Terrorism Standard (CFATS) compliance process requires covered facilities to submit a Site Security Plan (SSP). Given the importance of the SSP, covered facilities should address a number of factors while they complete this step in the CFATS regulation.
Managed video services can be a cost-effective option for small to mid-sized organizations that lack larger security budgets. These organizations can augment their in-house technical staff and extend their security coverage for a fraction of the cost to deploy their own security departments.
Today, mass transit security professionals face challenges such as open areas, terminal sharing, terrorist threats, robberies, property damage and trespassing, which combined make public transit premises some of the most complex environments to protect.