Wednesday, July 27, 2022

Review - CFATS History and Appendix A

Yesterday, CISA published the second part of their look back at the Chemical Facility Anti-Terrorism Standards (CFATS) program on the 15th Anniversary of the program. This installment looks at the establishment of Appendix A to 6 CFR Part 27, DHS Chemicals of Interest. My earlier posts in this series include:

CFATS 15th Anniversary – CISA Takes a Look Back

Outsider Comments

As with my earlier post in this series, here are some links below about my contemporary blog posts about Appendix A issues:

Changes to the DHS Chemical Facility Security Web Site,

First Security Vulnerability Assessments to be done soon

More changes to the DHS Web Site,

DHS responds to agriculture and propane industry complaints,

Chemical warfare agent injures over 100 in Nevada onion field,

Slow pace of CFATS implementation,

IED’s and Chemical Facilities,

DHS Revises Appendix A,

The politics behind Appendix A propane rules,

DHS increases the number of flammable chemicals regulated under CFATS,

Laboratories get some breaks in the Chemicals of Interest List,

Ammonium Nitrate Rules Tightened,

New Appendix A changes CVI Training?,

Appendix A published in Federal Register,

Chemical Security makes the DHS Leadership Blog, and

Hole in Propane Rules,


For more details about the importance of Appendix A, see my article at CFSN Detailed Analysis - - subscription required.

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