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CTEH at the Clean Waterways Conference

CTEH is excited to be part of the inaugural Clean Waterways Conference in Louisville, Kentucky! The first of its kind, this event was established to enhance the prevention and response […]

CTEH Takes on the Coastal Bend Hurricane Conference

To help enhance the Gulf region’s ability to detect, prevent and respond to disasters, the Coastal Emergency Management Association (CBEMA) and Nueces County this week is hosting the 6th Annual […]

CTEH Spotlight: Miki Rieth

Miki Rieth, CTEH’s regional manager, has more than 15 years of experience in the oil and gas industry. Throughout her career, she has responded to some of the largest oil […]

CTEH Takes on #CleanGulf2016 (Part II)

During the 26th Annual Clean Gulf Conference and Exhibition, CTEH joined industry leaders from across the country to share best practices and “lessons learned.” They focused on several topics including […]

Joe Leonard Spotlighted in DomPrep Journal

Hazmat specialist and CTEH senior consultant Cmdr. (Ret.) Joe Leonard recently kicked off his five-part series on CBRNE (chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear and explosive) response training. In his first article […]

Success at Clean Pacific Conference & Exhibition

CTEH just wrapped up another successful Clean Pacific Conference & Exhibition! Check out a quick recap of our presentations below: Community Air Quality Data During Accidental Release and Combustion of […]

Teaming up with the Central Texas Coastal Area Committee

In June, our team hosted more than 80 industry professionals in Houston for the Central Texas Coastal Area Committee meeting. CTEH joined representatives of the U.S. Coast Guard, Environmental Protection […]

CTEH Spotlight: Ray Meyer

Last year, Ray Meyer, CEM, joined the CTEH team as our Director of Global Preparedness and Crisis Management. As director, Ray is responsible for overseeing CTEH’s full-range of incident management […]

CTEH On the Scene: USCG Regional Hurricane Exercise in Houston

With practice, comes improvement. When Hurricane Ike hit Texas in 2008, it caused significant loss of life and millions of dollars in damage to local homes, businesses and critical infrastructure […]

Behind the Scenes: CTEH’s Mobile Command Centers

Whether at one of our US offices or remotely in the field, our crisis preparedness and emergency response teams should be able to quickly and easily access their equipment and […]