Mike Wilson, BlueGreen Alliance National Director for Occupational and Environmental Health testified today before the U.S. House Committee on Energy and Commerce, Subcommittee on Environment at a hearing examining the Chemical Facilities Anti-Terrorism Standards Program (CFATS). The BlueGreen Alliance believes that Improvements to the CFATS program are needed in four areas: (1) emergency response; (2) workers’ rights; (3) management of emerging threats; and (4) risk reduction practices.
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