A New Role for Cody Rhoades
Cody Rhoades understands how to keep workers, communities, and the environment safe. In 2017, he joined CTEH as an environmental scientist. Along with the Toxicology Emergency Response Program (TERP) team, he helped respond to incidents involving the hazardous release of chemicals with air monitoring, data collection, environmental sampling, and related services. Two years later, he transitioned to our Health and Safety Department. There, Cole Ledbetter, CIH, CSP, Industrial Hygiene Manager, says Cody has “proven his ability to work independently; lead projects and teams; and interact seamlessly with clients” while serving as a “great mentor and teacher to new employees.” Today, we are proud to salute Cody on his promotion to Industrial Hygienist, where we know he will continue to excel!