The Department of Homeland Security could improve the speed and efficiency of its approval process for chemical facility security plans using tools developed in collaboration with the American Chemistry Council.
"This year, our stakeholders can anticipate a significantly heightened pace of authorizations, inspections, and final approvals of site security plans," said David Wulf of DHS. The guidance document and template created by ACC "provide an option that paints a clear picture of the security measures in place and provide a concise and reliable format for DHS analysis and site inspections," said William Erny, ACC's senior director of security.

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