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Is Your Plant Secure?

Posted November 25, 2011 7:30 AM

Chemical processing plants face serious safety and security issues, from threats of terrorism to simple maintenance mistakes. Improving safety and security requires more than just having the right equipment and running the right automation or monitoring software. An editorial from Chemical Processing argues that keeping your plant safe also involves improving corporate culture and cyber security. Is everyone at your plant part of the safety and security protocols? Do you require background checks on all vendors and contractors? What about surveillance?

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