More than five years ago, Congress enacted the most robust and comprehensive chemical security regulatory program to date. The regulation — the Chemical Facility Anti-Terrorism Standards (CFATS) — protects facilities against attack without impairing the industry’s ability to remain innovative and maintain high-paying manufacturing jobs. It is appropriately risk-based, and it has teeth; facilities that fail to comply are subject to significant fines and may even be shut down.
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