on 'Physical Security'

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  • CSB Chair Gives Good Vibes

    New head sends strong signals about reinvigorating the Chemical Safety Board

    Mark Rosenzweig, Editor In Chief
  • Contractors Get More Scrutiny

    More-stringent background checks address training, security and other issues

    Seán Ottewell, Editor at Large
  • Keep Your Facility Secure

    Get important information from our chemical facility security blog.

    Traci Purdum, senior digital editor
  • Consider an Alternative Security Program

    Such an approach may save time and money and provide better protection from all kinds of threats.

    Frank Pisciotta, Business Protection Specialists
  • Carving Up Security

    Many process control engineers and IT technicians are still learning to communicate with each other, but some are sitting down to define roles and divvy up security responsibilities to give their applications and organizations some much-needed peace of mind.

    Jim Montague, Executive Editor, Control Global
  • Hardening plants is hard work

    Industry should welcome the new, first-ever federal security rules, advises Editor in Chief Mark Rosenzweig in this month's From the Editor column.

    Mark Rosenzweig, Editor in Chief
  • Get ready to comply with new security mandates

    New anti-terrorism standards require the Department of Homeland Security to identify and regulate "high-risk chemical facilities." These facilities will be subject to a security vulnerability assessment. Where does your plant fit in with these new standards?

    David A. Moore and Dorothy Kellogg, AcuTech Consulting Group
  • Washington targets plant security

    Federal actions undoubtedly will markedly impact the chemical industry. Nevertheless, we don’t know at this point whether federal chemical security legislation will happen in 2006.

    David A. Moore and Dorothy Kellogg, AcuTech Consulting Group
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