DHS Homeland Security Briefing

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DHS Homeland Security Regulatory Briefing in Houston to include CFATS, Freight, and TWIC Speakers, on 5/28

You are invited to attend The 2nd Annual Homeland Security Regulatory Briefing - hosted by The Roberts Law Group

Where -

Intercontinental Hotel - Galleria, 2222 West Loop South Houston, Texas 77027

When -

Thursday, May 28th, 9:00 am to 3:15 pm

What –

• A Detailed Homeland Security Regulatory Briefing by a Panel of Local Experts

o Talking Points will be: (http://www.chemicalsecurity.com/) CFATS, Freight Security, and TWIC issues.

• A Generous Lunch Buffet

• All Handouts/Written Materials included

Register to attend the Homeland Security Regulatory Briefing covering CFATS, Freight Security, and TWIC issues.




CFATS Update — The Latest on the CFATS Site Security Plans and Risk-Based Performance Standards

CFATS “2.0," the 111th Congress, and the Future of Chemical Facility Security

CFATS Site Security Plans and the Risk-Based Performance Standards – The Security Director’s Perspective – A Panel Featuring:

James H. Cummins, Director of Security,

Air Liquide USA

Robert F. Lee, Senior Director Global Operations,

Global Security, ConocoPhillips

Dave Leiting, Director of Security,

Western Hemisphere, BP

William E. Reiter II, Global Director,

Operations Security, DuPont


Lunch Time Presentation:

Developing a Local Homeland Security Bureau: Law

Enforcement Roles, Responsibilities, & the Private Sector

– Major Robert Dogium, Homeland Security & Emergency Management, Harris County Sheriff's Office


Current TWIC Compliance Activities

– Lt. Sarah Hayes, Chief of Waterfront Facilities,

U.S. Coast Guard, Sector Houston-Galveston


Navigating TSA’s new Freight Rail Security Regulations for Rail Shippers and Receivers

Register online for this event:


Event Hosted by:

Roberts Law Group, PLLC

700 Louisiana Ave., Bank of America Center, Suite 2300, Houston, Texas 77002

Ph: 713-572-3600 | Fx: 713-572-3900 | info@chemicalsecurity.com

Practice Limited to Federal Law and Regulation

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