R. Lee & Associates receives certification as a safety and environmental compliance officer, Level 2 Master EHS professional

SECO is a safety and environmental Career field. The safety and environmental Compliance Officer program applies to all National and International EHS Careers. SECO Training and Credentials unite professionals with experience and having responsibilities that promote safe and environmentally friendly workplaces.

R Lee & Associates Receives 2013 Best of Denham Springs Award

October 3, 2013 - DENHAM SPRINGS October 3, 2013 -- R Lee & Associates, LLC has been selected for the 2013 Best of Denham Springs Award in the Security, Auditing, Compliance, Environmental and Training Consultant category by the Denham Springs Award Program. Each year, the Denham Springs Award Program identifies companies that we believe have achieved exceptional marketing success in their local community and business category. Read More

Maritime Hurricane Contingency Port Plan 2013

July 26, 2013–An updated New Orleans Sector Maritime Hurricane Contingency Plan is available. See link for the 2013 New Orleans Area Contingency Port Plan, here.

DHS Issues Final Rule on Marine Vapor Control Systems

July 23, 2013 – Effective August 15, 2013, DHS has issued final rules and changes 33 CFR 154, 155, 156, 46 CFR 35 and 39 requirements for the collection of vapors via marine vapor recovery units. Department of Homeland Security (USCG) – Federal Register Vol. 78 No. 136. To learn more, follow the link here,!documentDetail;D=USCG-1999-5150-0025, or

R. Lee offers security courses for Facility Personnel, Facility Security Personnel

DENHAM SPRINGS, LA.--(July 1, 2013)--Regulatory compliance specialists company R. Lee & Associates is offering the following security courses for Facility Personnel and Facility Security Personnel at oil and gas facilities, offshore platforms, chemical plants, port properties, marine transfer operations, and storage and distribution facilities. The training ensures Facility Security Officers (FSOs) and other personnel with security responsibility are trained in the security measures required for each appropriate Maritime Security (MARSEC) level and are familiar with the facility’s security plan, the process of Declarations of Security, and reporting of incidents.