May 9-11, 2011
New Orleans, Louisiana
The ChemSecure Conference is designed to support the chemical industry's efforts to implement and comply with the various DHS regulatory framework requirements into their existing management systems programs. Through general sessions and intense breakouts, you will better understand these requirements. This year, some of the major issues that are to be discussed include:
Implementation of the Chemical Facility Anti-Terrorism Standards (CFATS) requirements for risk-based performance metrics and site security plans as well as what to expect from inspectors as they review the site plans, and ultimately evaluate your site for compliance;
Legislative activities in Washington that are likely to impact the CFATS program including consideration of inherently safer technology;
DHS efforts to harmonize requirements between the growing list of security related initiatives such as the new TSA rail security regulations, the MTSA and CFATS requirements
DHS and industry voluntary initiatives such as security metrics, voluntary site vulnerability assessments, VBIED trainings and the Chemical Security Assessment Center's efforts to improve DHS risk-assessments and modeling to make their assumptions more accurate on both the regulatory and voluntary initiatives
Learn more about ChemSecure 2011.