Chemical Facility Anti-Terrorism Standards

| September 28, 2017

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This white paper discusses the importance of understanding the Chemical Facility Anti-Terrorism Standards (CFATS) for better implementation of process to achieve chemical security in facilities that handle, store or distribute high risk chemicals. It suggests specific strategies as to how collaboration with government agencies and technological support can help in mitigating chemical security risks, and thereby attain compliance with homeland security regulations. The white paper establishes that an integrated approach helps streamline CFATS compliance, manage security risks and reduce overall operating costs.

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Lehmann&Voss&Co. is a chemical company and for more than 120 years we have been selling chemical and mineral specialities to industrial customers. Established in 1894 as a trading Company located in Hamburg, we have developed into a high performance technical sales organisation with our own manufacturing facilities and contacts spanning many years to mainly foreign suppliers.

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