Protecting Chemical Plants from Catastrophic Failures, Part 2

A look at the 13 security management practices that can be applied to your facility


Some Final Thoughts

Protecting any type of facility from a security event is more than a sound business practice and an ethical imperative - it is a mandate in these unpredictable times. Although creating and implementing an effective security plan requires considerable expertise and resources, the peace of mind that it brings is well worth the effort.

About the author: William Wayman, director of Security Services for TVA Fire & Life Safety, is responsible for managing and providing vulnerability and risk analysis and property hazard control services. In this capacity, he is specialized in the physical security field, and in chemical, petrochemical, heavy industrial, utilities, and high-tech industries.