In an effort to better safeguard America’s chemical plants, some workers will be subjected to a higher level of scrutiny. The U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) recently issued an interim final rule, which requires employers to conduct background checks of current and future employees and contractors that have unescorted access of the facilities.
Developing programs for sites requiring Unescorted Access is CDI’s forte. We’ve been helping large energy and chemical companies develop these programs for over 30 years.
We ensure your program is compliant with current federal and state regulations. And process the backgrounds on necessary employees and contractors to grant Unescorted Access.
35 years in business, and we’ve never had any litigation pending against us for letting someone fall through the cracks.