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Associations provide site security guidance. (Industry News).

The Synthetic Organic Chemical Manufacturers Association (SOCMA), the American Chemistry Council and the Chlorine Institute have issued a guide on how to implement a quality site security management system.

The publication, "Site Security Guidelines for the U.S. Chemical Industry," was developed by a group of security professionals and member companies to help chemical companies improve existing security programs.

The guidelines include information on risk assessment, prevention strategies, training, emergency response, crisis management and physical and cyber security issues. As a public service, the publication will be shared with communities, the general public and government entities including the U.S. Congress, the Federal Bureau of Investigation, Department of Justice, Department of Commerce, Environmental Protection Agency and Department of Transportation. The guidelines are available at SOCMA's website, www.socma.com or by contacting the organization directly.
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