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e-CFR Data is current as of October 22, 2014

Title 6Chapter IPart 27


TITLE 6—Domestic Security

CHAPTER I—DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY, OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY

PART 27—CHEMICAL FACILITY ANTI-TERRORISM STANDARDS

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Subpart A—GENERAL

§27.100
Purpose.
§27.105
Definitions.
§27.110
Applicability.
§27.115
Implementation.
§27.120
Designation of a coordinating official; Consultations and technical assistance.
§27.125
Severability.
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Subpart B—CHEMICAL FACILITY SECURITY PROGRAM

§27.200
Information regarding security risk for a chemical facility.
§27.203
Calculating the screening threshold quantity by security issue.
§27.204
Minimum concentration by security issue.
§27.205
Determination that a chemical facility “presents a high level of security risk.”
§27.210
Submissions schedule.
§27.215
Security vulnerability assessments.
§27.220
Tiering.
§27.225
Site security plans.
§27.230
Risk-based performance standards.
§27.235
Alternative security program.
§27.240
Review and approval of security vulnerability assessments.
§27.245
Review and approval of site security plans.
§27.250
Inspections and audits.
§27.255
Recordkeeping requirements.
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Subpart C—ORDERS AND ADJUDICATIONS

§27.300
Orders.
§27.305
Neutral adjudications.
§27.310
Commencement of adjudication proceedings.
§27.315
Presiding officers for proceedings.
§27.320
Prohibition on ex parte communications during proceedings.
§27.325
Burden of proof.
§27.330
Summary decision procedures.
§27.335
Hearing procedures.
§27.340
Completion of adjudication proceedings.
§27.345
Appeals.
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Subpart D—OTHER

§27.400
Chemical-terrorism vulnerability information.
§27.405
Review and preemption of State laws and regulations.
§27.410
Third party actions.
Appendix
Appendix A to Part 27—DHS Chemicals of Interest


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