CTEH® has extensive experience in responding to petrochemical and chemical releases in the trucking industry. CTEH® emergency response capabilities include rapid mobilization of a team of toxicologists, environmental scientists and medical staff to quickly respond during a major truck spill. Emergency response services include identification of involved chemicals, analysis of environmental fate, determination of safe levels in air, water, soil, or other media, education of local health providers regarding the involved substances, and general incident management.
CTEH® provides a diverse array of services for clients in need of consulting on traffic exhaust issues including worker and public health exposure assessments, regulatory compliance, risk assessment, and industrial hygiene. Toxicologists possess expertise in the known and suspected health effects of diesel and traffic exhaust based on comprehensive reviews of the scientific literature on exhaust health effects in various settings, both industrial and residential. In matters where diesel exhaust exposure is alleged to have caused an individual’s illness, CTEH® Toxicologists can be called on to provide expert testimony on the health impacts of traffic exhaust for litigation matters. CTEH® provides consulting services to industrial clients and trade organizations on the subjects of regulatory compliance and worker health impacts of traffic exhaust, including helping clients to understand changes in traffic emission regulations at the local, State, and Federal levels.
CTEH® also provides risk assessment expertise and guidance to clients faced with issues involving public health concerns from diesel exhaust in potentially impacted communities. Finally, as an industry leader in the sampling and analysis of diesel exhaust components in industrial settings, CTEH® specializes in the application of proper industrial hygiene methods for determining the levels of traffic exhaust constituents.