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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, […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

CTEH Spotlight: Paul Hart, CSP

In 2016, industry veteran Paul Hart, CSP joined the CTEH team as our company’s new corporate health and safety manager. In this role, he is responsible for providing corporate EHS […]

CTEH Spotlight: Anton Avguchenko (Part II)

We’re back with Part II of the CTEH Spotlight on Anton Avguchenko, one of our resident technology geniuses. Find out more about Anton below: You recently helped create CARBON to […]

CTEH Spotlight: Amy Lasseigne

Have you seen a CTEH booth, video or collateral at an industry conference or trade show recently? Chances are Amy Lasseigne and the marketing team was to thank. For more […]

CTEH Spotlight: Anton Avguchenko (Part I)

As one of CTEH’s data management leads, Anton Avguchenko is responsible for developing, implementing and managing data stream architecture at “emergency speeds.” Along with the technology team, he has created […]

Meet SERT, CTEH’s Senior Emergency Response Team

When an emergency response occurs, it’s all hands on deck. Whether it’s a maritime accident or oil spill, CTEH members join forces to resolve incidents quickly, safely and effectively. To […]

CTEH How-To: Scott Skelton on PPE in Extreme Heat

Employees who are exposed to hot weather, work in high-heat environments or wear personal protective equipment (PPE) may be at risk for heat-related illnesses such as stroke, exhaustion or cramps. […]