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Tips, Facts, Features, and Commentary On Many Toxicology & Environmental Health Topics
FAQs on how frigid weather can cause health, safety and operational issues in the workplace, especially during emergency responses.
Scott Skelton, MS, CIH highlights workplace and employee health items to be aware of during frigid weather responses
CTEH introduces the founder awards to commemorate 20 years and highlight the legacy they have instilled in our employees - mentorship, quality, innovation, and scientific distinction.
As a senior toxicologist in our Portland office, Dr. Angela Perez focuses on applied toxicology, exposure assessment and human health risk assessment.
CTEH's industrial hygiene experts are sharing their sleep hygiene tips to prevent any negative health ramifications from Daylight Saving Time.
We’re continuing our conversation with Dr. Perez, senior toxicologist, about her expertise in chemical exposures and medical marijuana and her more than 30 articles and abstracts.
This year’s Jay Gandy Outstanding Mentor Award winner is Allen Higginbotham, REM, CTEH's vice president of emergency response.
CTEH is excited to be an exhibitor, reception sponsor and presenter at the second annual Clean Waterways Conference from April 4-5, 2018.
Whether we’re in the office or field, CTEH's team members- like Jacob Rownd- go above and beyond to help entities regain peace of mind and overcome their challenges.
As director of innovative services, Chase Shelby, ASP is responsible for overseeing many of our company’s programs and projects across North America—from disaster recovery to construction management.
CTEH is proud to present Jeff Hicks, lead software developer, with the inaugural Glenn Millner Innovative Services Award for his groundbreaking work.
This North American Occupational Safety and Health Week, we’re celebrating the CTEH industrial hygienists, toxicologists and environmental health nurses who work hard every day to prevent injuries and illnesses in the workplace.
Since 2008, Chase Selby, ASP has quickly moved through CTEH’s ranks—from environmental scientist to project manager to our current director of innovative services.
Workplace accidents happen every day. To help protect workers on the job, CTEH is sharing a few of its general ladder guidelines.
If you live, work or regularly vacation near a volcanic site, check out our safety tips to take before, during and after an eruption occurs.
We can think of no one more deserving than Dr. Holland to receive the inaugural Alan Nye Scientific Distinction Award for helping “advance the ‘sound science,’ which has become synonymous with CTEH.
CTEH is answering some FAQs about high angle rescues and explaining how training can help reduce potentially dangerous incidents.
Dr. Pamella Tijerina of our San Antonio office brings a wealth of experience in environmental toxicology and inhalation exposure to CTEH.
Vapor intrusion. CTEH experts are explaining more about what it is, why it happens, and its potential health impacts.
Warmer temperatures bring unpredictable weather. CTEH is shedding some light on how to keep workers safe from summer weather hazards.
Whether in the office or field, Dr. Pamella Tijerina uses her in-depth knowledge of chemicals and hazardous materials to help promote safety.
CTEH senior consultant Mike Niles recently traveled to central Tanzania on a mission trip.
From California to Arkansas, CTEH is proud to have the best and brightest talent. Meet one of our newest toxicologists, Dr. Scott Malm.
When disasters like Hurricane Lane occur, CTEH is ready to answer the call to help our neighbors in need.
One year later, we’re reflecting on Hurricane Harvey and hearing from a few of our employees who were on the ground at the time—both as responders and as Texas residents.
We're excited to introduce Dr. Michael Reilly, a toxicologist with our North Little Rock office.
Thank you, Abby and Christine for helping raise funds for the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation of Arkansas!
The East Coast is bracing for Hurricane Florence. Whether communities need us as soon as the storm strikes or in the weeks following, we’re ready 24/7/365 to help.
CTEH experts are separating myth from fact to help prevent property damage and loss of life this hurricane season.
Why is regular respirator fit testing needed to ensure worker safety? CTEH’s experts answer our questions.
For National Fire Prevention Week our experts are sharing tips to keep fires from spreading.
CTEH’s experts are explaining how to ensure safe worker operations in agricultural confined spaces.
CTEH experts are explaining how agricultural operators can implement workplace training to help reduce safety and health risks.
CTEH is pleased to announce our attendance at the 2018 Clean Gulf Conference and Exhibition in New Orleans, Louisiana. Clean Gulf takes place November 13-15 at the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center in downtown New Orleans.
Jacob Fenske, innovative services consultant, helps CTEH develop and execute plans to manage government relief projects.
CTEH senior industrial hygienist and emergency response consultants Dan Christensen and Scott Skelton speak with Arkansas media about how to prevent carbon monoxide poisoning.
Welcome to our newest senior toxicologist, Dr. Patrick Kerzic, DABT!
As training coordinator, Lauren Garner, OHST works hand-in-hand with our director of safety to help CTEH and our clients meet OSHA compliance and manage our online Quality Training Matrix.
CTEH is proud to spotlight Ashley Reardon, our data management manager and 2018 Phil Goad Quality Focus award winner.
CTEH is excited to add another award-winning researcher to our team, Dr. Dana Szymkowicz.
Proper data management is essential to every company’s operations. But it’s even more important for businesses to have strong systems in place if, or when, incidents like natural disasters occur.
Kim Alvis, CTEH’s in-house certified occupational and environmental health nurse, explains more about pulmonary function tests.
This Occupational Health Nurses Week, join us in recognizing and celebrating CTEH’s hardworking nurses.
Cheers to Dr. Chris Kuhlman, Alan Nye Scientific Distinction Award recipient! Whether he's working with fellow scientists or partners, his dedication to sound science is evident in every task he undertakes.
What exactly is asset tracking, and how does it help during times of crisis? Brady Davis, CTEH’s director of technology, explains the benefits.
Like a true Glenn Millner Innovative Services Award recipient, Chase Selby is a “market disruptor" who helps CTEH to “maintain a cutting-edge advantage in all that we do."
Congratulations to Kyla Farler, CPA, MBA, JD on her new position as CTEH General Counsel!
On Coast Guard Day, we were proud to celebrate our very own USCG veteran: Kelly Wilson, REM, CESCO, Vice President of CTEHRM.
CTEH Senior Consultant Brendon Bailey, MBA, MS shares his expertise about how to minimize business disruptions during natural disasters.
Agricultural production often comes with significant risks. For National Farm Safety and Health Week, CTEH is sharing general safety tips to take before and during grain bin entries.
Mack Clark, Environmental Scientist and August’s Employee of the Month shares what motivates him to serve others.
Vik Pendharkar, Environmental Scientist II and September's Employee of the Month, shares what motivates him in his role at CTEH.
David Watts, the leader of CTEH’s indoor air quality (IAQ) team, shares wisdom regarding our IAQ services.
From oil spills to train derailments, TERP Project Manager Jeremy Gueringer helps coordinate large-scale responses across North America.
It’s been a busy year for Jake Bird, CTEH’s Director of Logistics and Operations Support.
This month we honor IT Project Manager Eric Callahan, CTEH’s employee of the month for October 2019.
CTEH is pleased to announce John Lipscomb, PhD, has joined the CTEH team as a Senior Toxicologist.
Learn more about Mike’s unique role at CTEH below.
Learn more about what you can to do protect your employees from the 2019 novel Coronavirus (COVID-19).
We’re proud to spotlight Daniel White, or as his peers say, “the backbone of the data team,” as our Employee of the Month. Congratulations, Daniel!
Congratulations to Anton Avguchenko, recipient of 2019’s Jay Gandy Outstanding Mentor Award.
Congratulations to Derek Kliethermes, recipient of 2019’s Glenn Millner Innovative Service Award.
We are excited to welcome Tron Clark, PMP to our Denver office! Learn more about our new response management consultant.
Congratulations to Jason Callahan, recipient of 2019’s Phillip Goad Quality Focus Award!
We’re proud to highlight Josh as our February Employee of the Month.
Congratulations to Scott Skelton, recipient of the 2019 Alan Nye Scientific Distinction Award.
Congratulations to Christine Millner, MBA, Director of Quality Management and Senior Consultant, on being featured as a leading woman in the STEAM field.
How loud is too loud? Cole Ledbetter, CIH, Industrial Hygiene Manager, explains how noise monitoring can help protect employees’ long-term health and safety.
At CTEH, health and safety are our top priorities. That’s why we’re sharing the following measures to help protect our partners during this challenging time.
With help from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and World Health Organization (WHO), CTEH scientific experts are debunking commonly-held myths.
We’re proud to highlight IT Project Manager Josh Blansett as our March employee of the month.
We are excited to announce we are joining forces with Montrose Environmental Group.
How can we determine what COVID-19 health and safety guidelines to follow? CTEH’s experts are explaining a few of the most commonly used directives.
Chris Kuhlman, Ph.D., DABT, CIH shared his expertise with the American Waterways Operators as part of the organization's “COVID-19: Ask an Industrial Hygienist” webinar.
We're proud to highlight industrial hygienist Brooke Whitenburg as employee of the month.
David Watts, MSPH, CIH, Senior Industrial Hygienist and long-time infectious disease expert, is helping lead CTEH’s COVID-19-related response efforts.
Here are three questions to ask while undertaking the return to work process.
While we all adjust to the new realities of working from home during the COVID-19 pandemic, we’re still maintaining our culture of safety.
CTEH is proud to unveil the Skelton Barrier, a clinically-tested patient enclosure system made with readily-available, affordable hardware supplies that will meet the urgent demand for PPE and prevent the spread of the coronavirus.
We’re honored to have been chosen by the Houston Area Safety Council as a finalist for the 33rd annual Houston Safety Excellence Awards.
Last week, CTEH senior industrial hygienist David Watts and principal medical toxicologist and occupational physician Michael Holland helped present a webinar on four elements of returning to work safely in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.
We’re excited to highlight Medical Specialist Amanda Hoelzeman as our May employee of the month.
Samantha Nation explains how her new Disaster Information Specialist certificate is boosting CTEH’s preparedness, response, and recovery services.
Whether in times of crisis or during normal operations, our scientific experts offer the sound counsel needed to help entities like Massage Envy safeguard the individuals they serve.
Every day, our team members—from the top down—reinforce our strong commitment to safety with our actions. Learn more from Paul Hart, CSP, CIH, our Director of Health and Safety Services.
Learn more about the benefits of CTEH’s digital contact tracing system and how it helps workplaces prevent the further transmission of COVID-19.
Temperatures are rising, and so too is our risk of contracting heat-related illnesses. CTEH’s health and safety experts are here to help with preventative steps for working or playing outside.
CTEH’s COVID-19 dashboard allows you to monitor data specific to your workplace’s needs, so you can better evaluate the risks and make an informed return-to-work plan.
Paul Hart, CIH, CSP, CTEH’s Director of Health and Safety, teamed up with CLEAN Events for a webinar focused on “Preparedness and Response Considerations During the Coronavirus Pandemic.”
Katelyn Hall is helping spearhead CTEH’s #COVID19 response efforts—all while completing her PhD, caring for a newborn, and "maintaining an infectiously good attitude.”
As coronavirus guidance evolves, many workplaces are left wondering how to best protect employees and their families. CTEH experts are here to help.
Widespread misinformation remains about the spread of COVID-19. To help keep us safe, CTEH’s experts are addressing the top coronavirus misconceptions.
CTEH is excited to be at Clean Waterways in Indianapolis with our hand sanitizer and a social distancing-approved booth design.