Friday, December 24, 2021

Review - ChemLock Fact Sheets

Back in November, CISA established a new voluntary chemical security program called ChemLock. Based on the experience that the Office of Chemical Security had developed overseeing the Chemical Facility Anti-Terrorism Standards (CFATS) program, the ChemLock program provides a number of free resources that chemical facilities can use to help protect chemicals produced, used, or stored at their facilities from use in a terrorist attack. The simplest of these are the seven fact sheets that provide brief looks at various aspects of a chemical security program. Those fact sheets include:

CISA ChemLock Overview,

ChemLock: Chemical Product Stewardship,

ChemLock: Chemical Security Considerations for No-Notice Events,

ChemLock: Chemical Security on a Budget,

ChemLock: Conducting a Chemical Security Self-Assessment,

ChemLock: Drone Activity, and

ChemLock: Reporting Suspicious Activities and Security Incidents

These two-page fact sheets are not comprehensive educational materials. They provide facilities with some basic information and links to additional resources. CISA can be expected to add additional fact sheets to the ChemLock Resources page as time passes.

For a description of each of the fact sheets, see my article at CFSN Detailed Analysis - - subscription required.

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