The rules and regulations that are in place for high-risk chemical facilities at present are complicated. This webinar by expert speaker Ryan Davison, Ph.D. will clearly explain the policies behind the Chemical Facility Anti-Terrorism Standards (CFATS) Program Authorization and Accountability Act, and define Chemical-terrorism Vulnerability Information. Ryan will analyze the United States Department of Homeland Security (DHS’s) authority, under the Chemical Facility Anti-Terrorism Standards (CFATS) program, to maintain security at some of the chemical facilities in the United States.
The Chemical-terrorism Vulnerability Information is a category of information category which is used to make sure safe handling of some CFATS-related information and the Infrastructure Security Compliance Division (ISDC) is continuously analyzing chances to improve CSAT and give information on ways to improving submissions.
Learn about the policies that regulate the chemical industry from someone that works directly with the lawmakers and staff that create the policies. Better understand how the activities of those on Capitol Hill directly influence your work. You will leave with a comprehensive understanding of the details of the Chemical Facility Anti-Terrorism Standards, and what to expect in the future about changes to current standards.
Who Should Attend
Ryan Davison Ph. D.
Dr. Ryan Davison is currently a Manager of Advocacy at the American Chemical Society where he advocates for legislation that supports the chemical industry. Dr. Davison manages advocacy and policy development on priority issues including manufacturing, tax and trade, intellectual property, patents, biomedical research,... More info