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CFATS OIP

The FY19 CFATS Outreach Implementation Plan details the progress made on the CFATS program outreach goals and activities in FY18 and outlines the FY19 outreach goals.

CFATS Resubmit TS

This fact sheet provides an overview of the changes that require CFATS-covered facilities to resubmit a Top-Screen and the timeframes the changes must be reported within.

Industry CFATS Resources

These are the industry-specific CFATS resources for facilities that possess or plan to possess chemicals that may need to be reported to DHS.

CSS Preparedness FS

This fact sheet lists the DHS Office of Infrastructure Protection (IP) suite of security preparation and preparedness resources and programs available to CFATS-covered facilities that may enhance facility security awareness and profile.

Translated CFATS Resources

These are Chemical Facility Anti-Terrorism Standards (CFATS) resources in Spanish to assist facilities and individuals understand the CFATS program and how to report a CFATS violation.

CFATS Ammonia Flyer

This flyer is a resource to help facilities become aware that ammonia (anhydrous) is a DHS chemical of interest under CFATS. Any individual or facility that possesses 10,000 lb. or more or more of ammonia (anhydrous)—expected to be less than 10% water—must report their chemical holdings to DHS.

CFATS RBPS 11 - Training

Under the CFATS Risk-Based Performance Standards (RBPS) 11 – Training, the performance of proper training, exercises, and drills enables facility personnel to be better able to identify and respond to suspicious behavior and malevolent acts of insiders or intruders.

CFATS EO13650

On August 1, 2013, the EO 13650 directed the federal government to improve the safety and security of chemical facilities and reduce the risks of hazardous chemicals to workers and communities.  Under this order, DHS undertook a number of actions, including establishment of the IP Gateway.

Resources EPA DHS

This fact sheet explains the chemical data available to law enforcement, first responders, and other stakeholders to help with planning, incident preparedness, and response efforts to chemical incidents in their communities.

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