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Regulatory Compliance

The Department of Homeland Security’s major focus is the protection of American people and American soil; not to put an undue burden on industries. They have established several programs focusing on the protection of the infrastructure and industries.  Many of these programs are voluntary, but the cost of compliance is minimal compared to the cost of your vulnerabilities being exposed and the people of your community being put at risk.

Find out how Huffmaster can help you do your part to keep America safe!


Developed by the Department of Homeland Security, the Chemical Facility Anti-Terrorism Standards (CFATS) regulates facilities in the Chemical Industry in order to ensure their site and the chemicals used their operations are secure from possible terrorist threats. Click here to learn more.

Food Defense

One way to harm a large portion of a population is to contaminate the food which they eat.  The USDA and the FDA have implemented a voluntary program to protect the food supply. The program has four security measures food facilities must evaluate in order to ensure their products are kept safe. Click here to learn more.

Water Treatment

The water supply is a component of the nation’s critical infrastructure.  Whether for the EPA, food defense or corporate citizenship, protecting the water supply is a critical function. Click here to learn more.


The Customs Trade Partnership Against Terrorism (CTPAT) program is a voluntary security process designed to ensure the integrity of the import supply chain. Huffmaster has conducted dozens of security evaluations of each element of the logistics process. Click here to learn more.


Waterways create easy access to thousands of facilities within the United States.  This access must be protected and restricted to prevent unauthorized and potentially dangerous parties from causing damage to the facility or acquiring items that could be potentially dangerous to the population. Click here to learn more.


The Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) specifically defines inappropriate or illegal activities when working in foreign countries.  The rules for business overseas are usually spelled out in your Business Code of Conduct or Ethics Policy. Click here to learn more.

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