Archive for September, 2013

Command Structure: What it’s Really Like to Take Part in Disaster Response

“To assist in the protection of life, the environment, and property;” as an emergency response professional, Dr. Paul Nony says these words resonate strongly with him. Dr. Nony, senior toxicologist […]

CTEH® has new ownership – its employees.

Founded by a handful of scientists back in 1997, the Center for Toxicology and Environmental Health, or CTEH®, went on to become the first company incorporated under University of Arkansas […]

The Real-Time Challenge: Getting Critical Information to Disaster Decision Makers

When it comes to disaster response, there is almost always a need for speed. Dangerous chemical releases or spills require rapid impact and safety assessments, and that’s why technology plays […]

Confined Space Part 2: Opening Up About Confined Space Training

Which industries should be prepared for the dangers of a “confined space” incident? “The rail industry, the oil and gas industry, chemical companies and manufacturers, the construction industry … just […]

Confined Concerns: What are the Dangers of Working in a “Confined Space”?

Some of us sit in small cubicles on a daily basis, but, as much as we may disagree, these popular office features don’t actually fit the definition of a “confined […]