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									               Transportation Sector
               Network Management
                Overview of Hazardous Materials
                Risk Reduction Program




                        Bill Arrington, General Manager
                      Highway and Motor Carrier Office
                  Scott Gorton - Hazardous Materials Branch
                    David Cooper – Threat, Vulnerability &
Feb 1, 2008
                              Consequences Branch

              Interested Parties for Hazardous           1
                  Materials Transportation
TSA Organizational Chart
     Associate Admin.,
        Business,
                                                       Administrator                                              Chief Counsel
     Transformation &                                         Kip Hawley
         Culture                                 Deputy Administrator                                            Special Counsel
                                                         Gale D. Rossides
         Assistant
       Administrator,                  Asst. Administrator,                Asst. Administrator,
     Internal Affairs &                  Intel & Analysis                        Strategic
     Program Review                                                         Communications/
                                                                              Public Affairs
                                       Asst. Administrator,
                                      Transportation Threat                   Highway and Motor Carrier Office
                                         Assessment &                      Asst. Administrator,
                                          Credentialing
                                                                               Licensing and Highway
                                                                            Legislative Affairs

                                                                              Infrastructure
     Asst. Administrator,            Asst. Administrator,                   Asst. Administrator,          Asst. Administrator,
           Security                 Transportation Sector                      Trucking andOperational Process
                                                                             Law Enforcement/Motor Carrier
         Operations                 Network Management                      Federal Air Marshals          & Technology/CIO
                                                                              Threat, Vulnerability and
                            Assistant                 Asst. Admin./CFO,
                                                                              Consequence
                                                                                       Assistant
                          Administrator,                  Finance &                           Administrator,
                          Human Capital                 Administration         Policy, Acquisitionand Stakeholders
                                                                                        Plans


                                                                   Rail and Motor Carrier Hazardous
                                                                    Materials Transportation Branch
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         Highway and Motor Carrier Office

   Introduction and Background to Highway and Motor Carrier
    Security Office (HMC)
   HMC partnerships
   Priority Issues in Hazardous Materials Security
     •    Risk reduction through Security Action Items
     •    Commercial Drivers License (CDL)
   Approach to Risk Reduction
     •    Focus on certain Hazardous Materials
     •    Security Actions Items
     •    Corporate Security Review
     •    Insurance component



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       Highway and Motor Carrier Office
Partnerships

TSA Highway and Motor Carrier Office (HMC) partners with the
following organizations in the highway mode:
      Federal government agencies (DOT, PHMSA, FMCSA, FHWA,
        FBI) (GCC)
      State DOTs
      Chemical producers and industry associations such as the
        Institute of Makers of Explosives (IME), American Trucking
        Associations (ATA), American Chemistry Council, the Chlorine
        Institute (SCC members)
      Chemical/Hazardous materials motor carriers (SCC members)
      Insurance industry


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        Highway and Motor Carrier Office
HMC has two main areas of priority:

1)     Efforts in Hazardous Materials Risk Reduction
          Develop enhanced security measures (Security Action
           Items) for Highway Security-Sensitive Materials
          Voluntary Corporate Security Reviews (CSRs)
          HAZMAT Truck Tracking Security Pilot
          HAZMAT Motor Carrier Security Self-Assessment Training
           Project

2)    Motor Coach and School Bus Security




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       Highway and Motor Carrier Office
HAZMAT Risk Reduction

Background:
 • Petition submitted by ATA to the Pipeline and Hazardous Materials
    Safety Administration (PHMSA) to reduce the number of
    hazardous materials subject to security planning requirements
 • ATA petition to TSA to reduce list of hazardous materials that
    would trigger a Security Threat Assessment for HME-CDL
 • Development of draft voluntary Security Action Items and
    regulations by TSA-Rail and DOT-FRA
 • TSA-HMC reviewed existing industry standards and practices




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       Highway and Motor Carrier Office
HAZMAT Risk Reduction
Activities:
  TSA and PHMSA public hearing on November 30, 2006
  TSA developed a list of Highway Security-Sensitive
     Materials (HSSM)
  TSA developed Security Action Items (SAIs) – voluntary
     security guidelines for the transport of HAZMAT by motor
     carrier
  TSA has shared the reduced Highway Security-Sensitive
     Materials and the SAIs with both the GCC and the SCC
  TSA incorporated comments into revised SAIs and list of
     HSSMs
  SAIs and HSSMs to be cleared through DHS and OMB

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      Highway and Motor Carrier Office
          Highway Security-Sensitive Materials
• Not all hazardous materials are considered Highway
  Security-Sensitive Materials
• Highway Security-Sensitive Materials will be divided into
  two categories:
   – TIER I: Present greatest security risk when transported
   – TIER 2: Present lesser security risk when transported
• Generally the focus is on bulk transportation, i.e. greater
  than 3,000 liters (793 gallons) in a single package
   – Some materials will be considered in any quantity or form
• SAI and HSSM initiative not intended to meet 9-11 Act
  requirements for DHS to define “Security-Sensitive
  Materials”
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      Highway and Motor Carrier Office
• Tier 1 Highway Security-Sensitive Materials
   – Division 1.1, 1.2, 1.3 Explosives
   – Division 2.2 Non-Flammable Gases
      • Poison Inhalation Hazard only, e.g. Anhydrous Ammonia
   – Division 2.3 Poison Gas
      • Toxic Inhalation Hazard Materials
   – Class 3 Flammable Liquids
      • Only Toxic Inhalation Hazard Materials, Packing Group I
   – Division 6.1 Poison Materials
      • Toxic Inhalation Hazard Materials, Packing Group I
   – Class 7 Radioactive Materials
      • Highway Route Controlled Quantities
   – Class 8 Corrosives
      • Toxic by Inhalation, Packing Group I and II
   – Chemical Weapons Convention Substances
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      Highway and Motor Carrier Office
• Tier 2 Highway Security-Sensitive Materials
   – Division 1.4 Explosives
      • Select UN numbers, e.g. detonators
   – Division 1.5 Explosives
   – Division 2.1 Flammable Gases
   – Division 2.2 Non-Flammable Gases
      • Oxidizing Substances, e.g. Liquid Oxygen
   – Class 3 Flammable Liquids
      • Packing Group I and II only
   – Division 4.1
      • Desensitized Explosives only
   – Division 4.2 Spontaneously Combustible
      • Packing Group I only


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        Highway and Motor Carrier Office
• Tier 2 Highway Security-Sensitive Materials
   – Division 4.3, Dangerous When Wet Flammable Solids
   – Division 5.1 Oxidizing Liquids
      • Packing group I and II
   – Division 5.2 Organic Peroxide
      • Type B only
   – Division 6.1 Poison Materials
      • Packing Groups I, II and III
   – Division 6.2 Infectious Substances
      • CDC listed substances
   – Class 8 Corrosives
      • Packing group I only



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 Highway and Motor Carrier Office
               Security Action Items

• SAI Components
  –   General Security
  –   Personnel Security
  –   Unauthorized access
  –   Enroute Security

• General Security
  –   Security Assessment and Security Planning Requirements
  –   Industry security practices
  –   Inventory control process
  –   Protect business and security critical info


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  Highway and Motor Carrier Office
               Security Action Items

• Personnel Security
  – CDL-STA for HAZMAT driver
  – Background checks (non-driver)
  – Security awareness training for drivers and non-drivers

• Unauthorized Access
   – Access control for drivers
   – Access control for employees, vendors, contractors
     at facilities incidental to transport




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        Highway and Motor Carrier Office
                   Security Action Items
• Enroute Security        • Enroute Security (continued)
   – Communications plan           – High alert level protocols
   – Vehicle Security Program      – Security inspections
                                   – Reporting policy (suspicious
      • Vehicle locks                activities)
      • Steering wheel lock        – Shipment pre-planning, notice of
        system                       arrival & confirmation of receipt *
      • Air brake locking system   – Preplanning routes/alternatives *
      • Wheel locks                – Dual drivers (Hours of Service) *
   – Cargo Security Program        – Dedicated truck *
      • Glad hand locks            – Tractor activation *
      • Kingpin locks              – Panic button signal from driver *
                                   – Tractor and trailer tracking
      • Wheel locks                  systems *
      • Lockout control process
   – Seal/Lock control program     *   Indicates SAI is only for Tier 1 HSSM

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   Highway and Motor Carrier Office
               Security Action Items


• SAI Status
  – Final review by TSA
  – Review by DHS and OMB
  – Measure implementation through CSRs and other
    cooperative efforts (industry feedback)




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       Highway and Motor Carrier Office

HAZMAT Risk Reduction

Challenges ahead:
 • Voluntary standards to be shared with industry and implemented
     voluntarily
 • The SAIs will be evaluated by TSA during Corporate Security
     Reviews (CSRs) on hazmat motor carriers
 • TSA to consider future rulemaking for HSSM and SAIs




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        Highway and Motor Carrier Office
HAZMAT Risk Reduction

Leveraging Resources:

 TSA is partnering with the Insurance industry to introduce these
  voluntary standards. Insurance industry may create incentives for
  clients to implement and receive insurance benefits

 Monitor acceptance of SAIs by leveraging TSA FSDs to conduct
  CSRs in the field




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Highway and Motor Carrier Office POCs
                                     Bill Arrington, General Manager
                                      Highway and Motor Carrier
                                      Office: (571) 227-2436
                                      Email: william.arrington@dhs.gov

    Ray Cotton, Assistant General Manager                          Phil Forjan, Branch Chief
     Highway and Motor Carrier Security                              Trucking Branch (CSR Program)
     Office: (571) 227-4237                                          Office: (571) 227-1467
     Email: ray.cotton@dhs.gov                                       Email: phil.forjan@dhs.gov

    Steve Sprague, Branch Chief                                    Bud Hunt, Branch Chief
     Licensing and Infrastructure Branch                             Threat, Vulnerability, and Consequence
                                                                     Branch
     Office: (571) 227-1468
                                                                     Office: 571-227-2152
     Email: steve.sprague@dhs.gov
                                                                     Email: bud.hunt@dhs.gov

    Paul Pitzer, Branch Chief                                      Scott Gorton, Branch Chief
     Policy, Plans, and Stakeholders Branch                          Rail and Motor Carrier Hazardous Materials
     Office: (571) 227-1233                                          Office: 571-227-1251
     Email: paul.pitzer@dhs.gov                                      Email: scott.gorton@dhs.gov



       Highway E-Mail: highwaysecurity@dhs.gov
       Transportation Security Operations Center (TSOC): (703) 563-3236 or (877) 456-8722
       Highway Information Sharing and Analysis Center (ISAC): Call Center: (866) 821-3444



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 For more information on Highway Security Action Items
     See the Highway and Motor Carrier web site:
http://www.tsa.gov/what_we_do/tsnm/highway/index.shtm
           e-mail: highwaysecurity@dhs.gov

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