CFATS Conference - Oakland, CA - 08/21/08
Co-sponsors: CICC, OHS, Homeland Security Firm of Steven E Roberts, P.A.
The State of California, Governor's Office of Homeland Security, the Chemical Industry Council of California, and the Homeland Security Law Firm of Steven E. Roberts, P.A. were pleased to present a second "Conversation on the Chemical Facility Anti-Terrorism Standards" (CFATS) on the campus of Merritt College, Oakland CA.
The conference explored the U.S. Department of Homeland Security's new chemical security regulations and their impact in the State of California. Experts from the public and private sectors offered practical knowledge and timely advice regarding CFATS, including implementation and policy considerations.
Opening remarks were provided by Gary Winuk, Chief Deputy Director of the Governor's Office of Homeland Security.
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