All posts by Amy Lasseigne

Workplace Training: Active Shooters

Active shooter situations are on the rise. According to the FBI, there were 160 incidents in the United States from 2000-2013. Today, there’s approximately one shooting incident every 18 days, […]

ICYMI: Our New Look

CTEH is marking 20 years! As part of our anniversary celebrations, we decided to update our look with a brand-new, mobile-friendly website. The website features information about our company, mission and […]

Celebrating 20 Years

From 9/11 to Deepwater Horizon to Hurricane Harvey, CTEH has played an integral role in nearly every environmental and emergency response across North America over the past 20 years. Since […]

Introducing ResilientRM

From offshore oil spills to well control events, crises can wreak havoc on businesses’ productivity, workplace morale and bottom lines. To help clients plan and prepare for these types of […]

After the Storm: Mold FAQs

When hurricanes hit, home and business owners are often left to deal with standing water or waterlogged building materials. If not cleaned up quickly or properly, the remaining moisture can […]

Building Our Team in Southern California

Earlier this year, CTEH expanded its presence on the West Coast with a brand-new office in Southern California. Since then, Dr. Dallas Cowan, CIH, DABT has utilized his extensive experience […]

Workplace Training: Fall Protection

In the midst of operations, a ladder is placed in an unsafe position and a floor hole is left uncovered. Next thing you know, an employee slips, trips or falls […]

CTEH Spotlight: Crystal Hunter

A graduate of the University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff, Crystal Trotter has worked in the scientific field for more than a decade. For nearly six years, she served as […]

After the Storm: Hurricane Cleanup Tips

Every week, it seems as if a new hurricane emerges. This fall, we’ve seen the devastating impact of these storms first hand in Texas, Florida, Puerto Rico and the Caribbean. […]

CTEH How-To: Emergency Action Plans

Emergencies happen. If an incident occurs at your workplace, do you have an emergency action plan (EAP) in place to get employees out swiftly and safely? According to the Occupational […]