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Pipeline Security Overview Gas Pipeline Safety Seminar. Mike Gillenwater TSA Pipeline Security Division December 11, 2007. Establishment of TSA . The Aviation and Transportation Security Act of 2001 established TSA with responsibility for:.

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pipeline security overview gas pipeline safety seminar

Pipeline Security OverviewGas Pipeline Safety Seminar

Mike Gillenwater

TSA Pipeline Security Division

December 11, 2007

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Establishment of TSA

The Aviation and Transportation Security Act of 2001 established TSA with responsibility for:

  • Enhancing security in all modes of transportation;
  • Developing policies, strategies, and plans for dealing with threats to transportation security;
  • Ensuring the adequacy of security measures at transportation facilities;
  • Enforcing security-related regulations and requirements.
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TSA & DHS

The Homeland Security Act of 2002 established the Department of Homeland Security and:

  • Transferred TSA from DOT to DHS in March 2003;
  • Reinforced TSA’s transportation sector security responsibility. This role was further strengthened with the release of Homeland Security Presidential Directive 7 on critical infrastructure protection.
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TSA

Secret Service

FEMA

Customs

Immigration

USCG

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TransportationSector

Network Management

Assistant Administrator

John Sammon

mission
Mission

To enhance the security preparedness of the nation’s hazardous liquid and natural gas pipeline systems.

  • Meet senior corporate officers and security managers
  • Develops knowledge of security planning at critical pipeline infrastructure sites
  • Establishes and maintain a working relationship with key security staff that operate critical pipeline infrastructure
  • Identifies industry best practices and lessons learned
tsa s government partners
TSA’s Government Partners
  • United States
      • Department of Homeland Security (DHS)
        • Preparedness Directorate - Infrastructure Protection
        • U.S. Coast Guard
      • Department of Transportation – Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration (PHMSA)
      • Department of Energy (DOE)
      • Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC)
  • Canada
      • Natural Resources Canada
tsa phmsa memorandum of understanding
TSA-PHMSA Memorandum of Understanding
  • DHS-DOT MOU signed September 28, 2004
  • TSA-PHMSA Annex signed August 9, 2006
    • To delineate clear lines of authority and responsibility over pipeline and hazardous materials transportation security matters
    • Established 11 program elements
    • Coordination meetings
    • Multi-year action plan
pipeline industry associations
Pipeline Industry Associations
  • Petroleum Industry
    • American Petroleum Institute
    • Association of Oil Pipe Lines
  • Natural Gas Industry
    • American Gas Association
    • American Public Gas Association
    • Interstate Natural Gas Association of America
corporate security review csr program
Corporate Security Review (CSR) Program

Onsite Security Review

Goals include:

  • Developing knowledge of security planning and execution at critical pipeline sites
  • Establishing and maintaining working relationships with key pipeline security personnel
  • Identifying and sharing smart practices observed throughout the industry
  • Onsite Security Review
  • Goals include:
    • Developing knowledge of security planning and execution at critical pipeline sites
    • Establishing and maintaining working relationships with key pipeline security personnel
    • Identifying and sharing smart practices observed throughout the industry
csr history
CSR History
  • Data from 2003 - 2007
  • 69 CSRs To Date
  • No Focus on Brands / Manufacturers / Companies
pipeline security smart practices
Pipeline Security Smart Practices
  • Data from 2003 – 06, reflecting 69+ CSRs
  • Smart Practices Document available upon request (Steven.Froehlich@dhs.gov)
csr findings positive practices
CSR Findings - Positive Practices
  • Pipeline operators have identified critical assets
  • Virtually all pipeline companies have security plans
  • Security awareness training programs have been implemented for most employees
  • Companies have raised community and local law enforcement pipeline security awareness in conjunction with their emergency response obligations
csr findings positive practices cont
CSR Findings - Positive Practices(cont)
  • Excellent relationships have been established with local law enforcement agencies
  • 100% of pipeline companies conduct background checks on new employees
  • Extent of checks vary
      • Criminal history
      • Employment history
      • Department of Motor Vehicles
ineffective or lacking practices
Ineffective or Lacking Practices
  • No Security Plan / Program
  • Not Following or Updating a Plan / Program
  • Human Error and/or Apathy
  • Lack of Management Support or Resources
  • Poor Employee Education and/or Involvement
  • Threat Intelligence and Classified Information
  • In-depth Background Checks
  • No Security Plan / Program
  • Not Following or Updating a Plan / Program
  • Human Error and/or Apathy
  • Lack of Management Support or Resources
  • Poor Employee Education and/or Involvement
  • Threat Intelligence and Classified Information
  • In-depth Background Checks
security awareness training materials
Security Awareness Training Materials
  • Computer Based Training (CD)
  • Focused on Employee Awareness of
    • Vulnerabilities
    • Potential Threats (7 Signs of Terrorism Video)
    • Potential Targets
  • Can be Incorporated into Employee Training
    • Before and After Test
  • Available, order from TSA Pipeline Security website: http://www.tsa.gov/what_we_do/tsnm/pipeline.shtm
training
Training

Pipeline Security Awareness

www.tsa.gov

(search: Pipeline Security Awareness)

As of 1 December we have received 234 requests for the awareness package which covers 300 pipeline companies and will train approximately 60,000 individuals.

tsa pipeline security website
TSA Pipeline Security Website
  • About TSA Pipeline Security
  • Links to Security Partners
  • Important Documents
  • Events
stakeholder relations
Stakeholder Relations
  • Transportation GCC / Pipeline GCC
  • Energy GCC / Pipeline Working Group
  • Oil and Natural Gas SCC / Pipeline SCC
  • Critical Infrastructure Partnership Advisory Council (CIPAC)
  • Trade Associations
  • Corporate Security Directors
international pipeline security forum
International Pipeline Security Forum
  • TSNM Pipeline and Natural Resources Canada
  • October 29 – 30, 2008
  • Salt Lake City
  • Focus
    • Security Issues and Topics
    • Enhance Security Domain Awareness
    • Discuss Major Pipeline Issues
    • Available (Free) to Pipeline Security Representatives
  • Additional Info on www.tsa.gov(keyword search: pipeline)
pipeline security teleconference
Pipeline Security Teleconference
  • Third Tuesday at 2 PM Eastern Time
  • Topical Security Related Items
  • Open Q&A
  • Guest Speakers
  • Call-In Information
    • (800) 857-1510
    • Pass Code 0306
suspicious incident reports
Suspicious Incident Reports
  • Weekly Incidents in Transportation Sector
  • Trend Tracking
  • Information Sources
    • Patriot Report
    • Transportation Security Operations Center (TSOC)
    • DHS National Infrastructure Coordination Center (NICC)
    • Coast Guard’s National Response Center (NRC)
    • National Joint Terrorism Task Force (NJTTF)
reporting transportation security incidents
Reporting Transportation Security Incidents
  • Report:
    • Suspicious incidents
    • Possible surveillance
    • Unauthorized photography
  • First call: local police
  • Then call: TSA’s Transportation Security Operations Center (TSOC) (703)563-3236 24-hours
9 11 commission act of 2007 hr 1
9/11 Commission Act of 2007 (HR 1)

The bill passed the House on January 9, 2007

Renamed the Improving America's Security Act of 2007 and was signed into law by President George W. Bush on August 3, 2007

Sections 1557 & 1558 relate to pipeline security

implementing recommendations of the 9 11 commission act of 2007 8 04 07
Implementing Recommendations of the 9/11 Commission Act of 2007 (8/04/07)
  • Sections 1557 & 1558 relate to pipeline security:
    • Establish a Program for Reviewing pipeline operator adoption of 2002 Pipeline Security Information Circular recommendations
    • Develop and implement a plan for reviewing the Pipeline Security Plans and an inspection of the Critical Facilities of the 100 most critical pipeline operators
    • Develop and transmit pipeline Security Recommendations for natural gas and hazardous liquid pipelines and facilities
    • If appropriate, promulgate Regulations and carry out necessary inspection and enforcement actions
    • Develop a PipelineSecurity and Incident Recovery Plan
state pipeline safety representative role
State Pipeline Safety Representative Role
  • Provide coordination with transportation utilities on TSA initiatives
    • Security Awareness
    • Monthly Stakeholder Conference Calls
    • Suspicious Incident Reports
    • Annual International Pipeline Security Forum
  • Reporting of suspicious activities to TSOC
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Contact Information

Jack Fox

GM Pipeline Security

Transportation Security Administration

Email: Jack.Fox1@dhs.gov

Phone: (571) 227-1239

Michael Gillenwater

Pipeline Security Division

Transportation Security Administration

Email: Michael.Gillenwater@dhs.gov

Phone: (571) 227-1495