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CTEH Spotlight: Cole Ledbetter, B.S., CIH (Part I)

Cole Ledbetter, B.S., CIH, joined the CTEH team in 2006 as an environmental scientist. Since then, he’s steadily moved through the leadership ranks to his current role as central region […]

Hidden Concerns of Winter Weather

Winter is well underway! Much of our country is enjoying beautiful, snow-covered landscapes. Families are bundling up to take in the cold, crisp air. And sports-enthusiasts are sledding, snowboarding and […]

Brrrrrr! Watch out for Cold Stress (Part II)

As the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) says, “low temperatures plus wind speed and wetness equals injuries and illnesses.” In Part I of this series, we highlighted the workplace […]

Brrrrrr! Watch out for Cold Stress (Part I)

2017 is off to a cold start! While arctic temperatures continue to blow across the United States, we’re doing our best to stay bundled up indoors. But for those of […]

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 […]

2016 in the Rearview Mirror (Part II)

Welcome back to Part II of “2016 in the Rearview Mirror.” We’re giving you a quick recap of the second half of our year: Preventing Heat Exhaustion: Dan Christensen, CIH, […]

CTEH Takes on #CleanGulf2016 (Part I)

Missed CTEH at the Clean Gulf Conference and Exhibition in Tampa this year? Don’t worry! Here’s a quick recap of our workshops, presentations and sessions: Emerging Homeland Security Challenges: In […]

Mike Niles Supports DOI Youth Initiative at #CleanGulf2016

From presenting papers to leading workshops, CTEH had a great week at the 26th Annual Clean Gulf Conference & Exhibition in Tampa, Florida. We’ve even had the opportunity to meet […]

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, […]

Hand Washing 101: True or False? (Part II)

Welcome back to “Hand Washing 101.” Last week, CTEH’s occupational health nurse showed us why hand washing is essential to keeping our workplaces healthy. Now, she’s back to help us […]