Archive for July, 2017

CTEH Spotlight: Lourdes Mahoney, CHMM

As a project manager for the environmental services division, Lourdes Mahoney, CHMM, brings a diverse set of experiences to the CTEH team. Since 2007, she has worked on emergency response, […]

Outdoor Workers Beware: Lyme disease

Summer is heating up, which means prime tick season is officially underway. With 2017 predicted to be a particularly bad year for ticks, it’s more important than ever for outdoor […]

CTEH’s Scott Skelton Shares Extreme Heat Expertise

Temperatures are continuing to heat up across the country, especially in the western and southern regions of the U.S. Whether working outdoors, in hot indoor environments or on an emergency […]

Applauding CTEH’s Dr. Michael Holland, FEAPCCT

Throughout his career, Dr. Michael Holland, CTEH’s senior medical toxicologist, has received prestigious Fellowship Status Awards with the American Academy of Clinical Toxicology (FAACT), American College of Occupational and Environmental […]

Preventing Crypto Outbreaks

Headed to the pool or water park this summer? Watch out for Cryptosporidium. Also known as “crypto,” this parasite spreads when someone swallows water that has been contaminated with the […]