Chemical Facility Anti-Terrorism Standards (CFATS)

The current threat to chemical and petrochemical facilities in the United States has never been greater, and the security regulations these facilities face has never been more intricate and demanding.

In 2007, the department of Homeland Security issued the “Chemical Facility Anti-Terrorism Standards (CFATS).” These rules established a risk-based performance standard for the security of our nation’s chemical facilities. Such regulations include security vulnerability assessments, site security plans, and the creation of alternate security programs.

Port Security Services is an experienced leader in the chemical/petrochemical industry. We stay up to date on the most current and relevant regulations regarding the security of chemical/petrochemical facilities. Our management staff ensures that each and every security officer working at these facilities is educated and knowledgeable about the threats and responses required to maintain a secure operation.

Why Choose Port Security Services?

Quality of service ahead of all competitions

  • Competitive rates without sacrificing quality

  • Top quality personnel and extensive training

  • 24/7 on-call support for emergency reporting

  • Specialized security programs tailored to our customers industry specific needs

  • Experienced leader in security services

  • Constantly learning and adapting to new threats and challenges

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