DHS Chemical Facility Anti-Terrorism Standards Program
The Department of Homeland Security identifies and regulates high-risk chemical facilities through the Chemical Facility Anti-Terrorism Standards (CFATS) program. The CFATS program prevents the misuse of certain Chemicals of Interest (COI) at America’s high-risk chemical facilities for use in a terrorist act on the homeland through the systematic regulation, inspection, and enforcement of chemical infrastructure security requirements. For more information about the CFATS program, please contact CFATS@hq.dhs.gov.
Board Selects Kristi Block as Next Association Executive Vice President
Your association board of directors have selected Kristi Block as the next executive vice president to succeed Rich Sanne, who plans to retire in March 2017. Block joins NeGFA from First Five Nebraska where she has a broad range of experience in planning and promotion, membership recruitment and retention, writing, and collaboration.
Block grew up on a corn and soybean farm where her family also raised cattle. She has been involved in Nebraska agriculture her entire life. She holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Agricultural Journalism from the University of Nebraska–Lincoln and a Master of Business Administration degree from Midland University in Fremont, Neb.
“I am thrilled to have Kristi join our organization,” said John Meuret of J.E. Meuret Grain Company of Brunswick, Neb., president of NeGFA. “Kristi’s leadership experience and passion for agriculture are perfect to continue to lead the NeGFA.”
After Sanne informed the board in August 2016 of his intention to retire, the search for his replacement began. “From the beginning of this process, I expressed my desire for a smooth transition,” Sanne said. “I offer my sincere congratulations to Kristi and I look forward to working with her and the board to make sure this organization continues its strong commitment to our industry.” Sanne will leave the organization after serving the trades for 20 years.
Have You Changed Your E-mail Address
If you have recently changed your e-mail address or have not yet provided it to our office, please take a moment to send it to us. Simply e-mail Sara Bishop (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Rich Sanne (email@example.com) or call the association office (402) 476-6174.
By providing your current e-mail address to us, you will receive important communications from your association office. We currently send a weekly electronic newsletter, Grist For The Mill, that includes current industry information and a summary of state and national news events and trends. During the Legislative session, we send our Legislative Update, a report written by your association staff with information regarding new legislation and recent actions in the Unicameral that could impact your business. Other updates and action alerts are sent electronically that simply cannot be kept current by slower means of communication.
We are constantly working on better, more beneficial means of communicating with you and keeping you informed of what is going on in our industry. Get the most from your association membership. Be sure your e-mail address is up to date!
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