Stringent regulations will boost role of security officers

04/10/2009 | CSO

The role of chief security officer is about to become much larger in the U.S chemical-manufacturing industry in light of the Department of Homeland Security's Chemical Facility Anti-Terrorism Standards program, according to Jon Harmon of Honeywell Process Solutions. CSOs can take various measures to prepare for the regulations, such as using the right technology and integrating video surveillance and access-control systems into a plant's process-control system, he writes in this article.

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