CFATS Regulated Solutions

CFATS Regulated Security Management


The US Department of Homeland Security promulgated the Chemical Facility Anti-Terrorism Standards (CFATS) as a set of US government security regulations for high-risk chemical facilities. The regulations apply to any facility or establishment that possesses or plans to possess, a quantity of a chemical substance determined to be potentially dangerous or that meets other risk-related criteria identified by the DHS. Under CFATS Regulated Security Management, DHS collects and reviews surveys from chemical facilities and others to determine which facilities present security risks and then requires them to write and enact a compliant security plans.

Recently, the Department of Homeland Security rolled out a new Chemical Security Assessment Tool (CSAT 2.0) that includes surveys and enhanced risk tiering methodology.  The DHS will apply the Maritime Transportation Security Act (MTSA) exemption to facilities regulated under 33 CFR Part 105, Maritime Facility Security regulations. Need more specific information about solutions for CFATS Regulated Security Management? Click on VisCheck CFATS or SecureGate CFATS to learn more about our port security core solutions.


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