The 2011 Chemical Security Summit provides a forum for representatives from the chemical community to exchange information and network with other security professionals, share best practices, find out about chemical security regulations, and gain insight into the roles of Federal, State, and local agencies and departments involved in chemical security.
Benefits of attending include:
- Obtain a better understanding of the chemical security regulations;
- Meet and interact with key Department of Homeland Security (DHS) officials;
- Discuss and discover best practices for completing Site Security Plans; and
- Learn what to expect from the inspections process.
We anticipate approximately 600 chemical industry professionals will attend the 2011 Summit.
This year’s event will include sessions on a variety of topics such as the Chemical Facility Anti-Terrorism Standards (CFATS), Ammonium Nitrate regulations, personnel surety, research & development activities, U.S. Coast Guard regulations, control systems security, and global and congressional perspectives on chemical security.
Breakout sessions will allow attendees to better understand the security landscape through small group discussions and will provide networking opportunities with DHS officials, industry peers, and security experts in the field.
For more information on 2011 topics, please view the Preliminary Agenda.
This year we are offering pre-Summit demonstrations on Tuesday, July 5 and post-Summit workshops on Friday, July 8.
Registration: Register, please visit the registration site.
* Due to space constraints, each organization, company, and agency will be limited to two (2) registrants. There is no registration fee associated with this year’s event.
*Please note you will receive a pending confirmation e-mail followed by an e-mail either accepting your registration or an e-mail informing you of your placement on a waiting list.
To reserve hotel accommodations at the Hilton Baltimore, please call 1-443-573-8700 or 1-800-HILTONS or visit the Hilton website and mention that you are attending the 2011 Chemical Sector Security Summit.
The official Web site for the 2011 Chemical Sector Security Summit is located at www.dhs.gov/chemicalsecuritysummit.
Please contact Amy Graydon at email@example.com.