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CTEH Spotlight: Andy Britt, MS, MBA, CIH, CSP, CHMM

From conducting exposure assessments to establishing industrial hygiene (IH) programs, Andy Britt, MS, MBA, CIH, CSP, CHMM, brings more than a decade of experience in IH, emergency response, safety training […]

A day in the life of a CTEH industrial hygienist

Each year, CTEH’s industrial hygiene (IH) department works on hundreds of projects in diverse industries by anticipating, recognizing, evaluating and controlling workplace hazards. To learn more about the team’s work, […]

Fight back against Zika

Since cases of Zika were first confirmed in Brazil last spring, the virus has quickly spread. Today, it’s impossible to turn on the news, search through social media or talk […]

CTEH Spotlight: Cory Davis

Meet Cory Davis, partner and principal consultant at CTEH. Since joining our team more than 15 years ago, Cory has fulfilled various roles within the company—from industrial hygienist to the […]

Go Red for American Heart Month

With the new year comes new resolutions. We take the stairs instead of the elevator to burn a few extra calories. We cut back on unhealthy foods like hamburgers and […]

The Rundown – 2014 CTEH Recap

2014 was another great year at CTEH. Our team members traveled across the country to share our expertise and meet with leading professionals, helped John B Hood Junior High School […]

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 […]

Elements of a Successful Drill

By James McCormack | CTEH® Director of Environmental Services In 2012, CTEH® was invited to participate as a consultant in over 20 drills for 13 different oil and gas companies. Drills […]

The New NORM

By David Watts, CIH | Vice President of Operations Naturally Occurring Radioactive Materials (NORM) have been considered an occupational hazard for decades, primarily in the mining and oil and gas […]

Changes in Blood Lead Levels of Concern – Possible Implications for Remediation of Lead-Affected Soils and Other Environmental Media

Alan Nye, PhD | Principal Toxicologist, Director of Risk Assessment The United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has established a new “reference value” for managing the human […]