Services to help you handle every situation.

The multidisciplinary experts at CTEH have years of experience providing litigation support, expert testimony, and strategic consulting services to clients worldwide. From toxicology to industrial hygiene to environmental health; lean on our team when you need expert support.

  • Applied Public Health

    CTEH excels in capturing, reviewing, and visualizing comprehensive data on health determinants and the impacts on sensitive populations, especially concerning public health claims related to specific industrial sources. Our experts have extensive qualifications and experience in assessing the health and sociodemographic profiles of populations, critically reviewing existing literature, designing meticulous studies, and conducting both qualitative and quantitative epidemiological research. Our focus on public health and intensive knowledge of public health tools and data allow us to help our clients best understand the potential impacts and health history and characteristics of their communities.

  • Emergency Response

    A successful emergency response hinges on a combination of experience, expertise, strong relationships, and a keen sense of urgency. With over 25 years of proven experience, CTEH is dedicated to delivering precisely these elements. Our services extend from chemical releases, train derailments, and facility fires to hurricane, tornado, and wildfire response and recovery, ensuring a comprehensive approach to emergency response. To meet immediate needs, we have the ability to respond with qualified, experienced experts in most areas of the US within a few hours, and the ability to rightsize the project from the initial help-desk call. If you have an emergency need, call our emergency line at 1-866-869-2834. Otherwise, contact us here.

    In addition to our in-house team of experts, CTEH also owns a plane located in Little Rock, Arkansas for immediate use. We employ professional pilots with thousands of flight hours. This enables our technical experts to reach remote locations that otherwise would prove difficult. No matter how challenging the situation, CTEH’s technical experts are here to help companies recover more quickly when crises occur and establish trust with everyone affected.

  • Environmental Response

    CTEH provides emergency response and expert consulting services to address environmental and human health concerns related to contaminated properties, sediments, and/or waterways. Our environmental team is a blend of seasoned professionals with a broad range of skill sets. These include emergency response, compliance, site assessment, remedial design, and litigation support, and more.

    Our culture of readiness breeds a solution-oriented approach to our clients’ environmental challenges. CTEH is able to rapidly deploy environmental staff experienced with chemical emergencies, regulatory coordination, and technical support. Our post-incident project experience includes transport, pipeline, and fixed facility spill remediation in a variety of media, involving a broad range of chemical constituents. We provide insight and value through customized reports, real-time data portals, and informed risk-based decisions.

  • Epidemiology

    Epidemiology can identify risk factors for disease, shape preventative efforts, and inform policies for healthier populations. Preventing, detecting, and containing disease outbreaks is crucial, now more than ever.  At CTEH, we marry epidemiology expertise with industrial hygienists, toxicologists, computer scientists and state-of-the-art data tools to support your population health needs. Our epidemiologists regularly practice applied public health in the field and have practical, real-world solutions to emerging health issues. The CTEH team actively monitors public health regulations and can serve as a liaison between your organization and government agencies.

    • 2019 SARS-COV-2
    • 2016 Avian Influenza (Avian Flu)
    • 2016 Zika Virus
    • 2015 Avian Flu
    • 2014 Ebola
    • 2010-current Legionella
    • 2009-2010 H1N1 (Avian/Swine) Flu
    • 2006 H5N1 Avian Flu

    We offer a variety of in-house services, including:

    • Epidemiology Emergency Response
    • Field Epidemiology
    • Pandemic Planning and Response
    • Publications and manuscript preparation and publication 
    • Expert report writing 
    • IRB submission 
    • Methodology review and design 
    • Statistical sampling and validation 
    • Disease surveillance 
    • Survey design and administration 
    • Critical Evaluations of Epidemiological Studies 
    • Causal Analysis and Inference
    • Data Management and biostatistical Analyses 
    • Disease Cluster and Outbreak Investigations 
    • Litigation Support 
  • Expert Services

    CTEH provides support to our clients at every stage of the process. Our team combines advanced academic training with practical application of the science – their boots-on-the-ground experience offers invaluable insights that other firms’ experts simply cannot match.

    The CTEH team can provide meaningful support such as deciphering complex documents, building compelling exhibits, and explaining complicated scientific concepts to necessary parties.

  • Government Services

    Government and public sector industries are tasked with public health and community oversight during large-scale environmental releases or public disasters. CTEH resilience and recovery consultants work alongside local, state, and federal agencies to support incident command, data transparency, human health concerns, asset tracking, and much more. We act as a trusted partner to government agencies to help protect the health and safety of the public. Our experts have extensive knowledge on the unique challenges of the government and public sectors. They are experienced in providing crisis preparedness, emergency response, toxicology, and data management solutions.

    Working closely with the government during crisis scenarios has also made CTEH experts invaluable team members in the acquisition, program management, and defense of federal funding projects. We have funding-specific policy subject matter expertise related to Bipartisan Infrastructure Law (BIL) Broadband, Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), Community Development Blog Grants (GDBG) CDBG-DR/CDBG-MIT, American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA), and Department of Transportation (DOT) funding. Our expertise includes everything from technical assistance, training, mitigation planning, and risk assessment to documentation management, procurement, construction management, data analytics, and reporting services.

    • Arkansas Department of Health 
    • Arkansas Department of Environmental Quality 
    • La Porte (Texas) Emergency Management 
    • Metropolitan Water District of Southern California
    • Mississippi Department of Environmental Quality (MDEQ)
    • National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)
    • Municipalities (Ann Arbor, MI; Bryant, AR; Dallas, TX; Omaha, NE)
    • Local Fire Departments (Gainesville, GA; Little Rock, AR; LaPorte, TX; Pasadena, TX; many more)
    • Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ)
    • Texas General Land Office (TGLO)
    • US Army Corp of Engineers (USACE)
    • US Coast Guard (USCG)
    • US Department of Agriculture
    • US Department of Homeland Security
    • US Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD)
    • US Department of State
    • US Department of Veteran Affairs
    • US Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA)
    • US Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA)
  • Industrial Hygiene

    An effective industrial hygiene program serves to anticipate, recognize, and evaluate threats to worker health, and then supports control and/or prevention of these hazards. A good program requires certified industrial hygienists. CTEH hygienists are worker health and safety problem-solvers. The protection of workers from occupational health and safety hazards is of utmost importance to CTEH and our clients. In addition, it is crucial to maintaining employee morale, an organization’s reputation, and reducing liability and operational costs. Our solutions are developed by certified industrial hygienists (CIHs), certified safety professionals (CSPs), and supported by field industrial hygiene technicians.

    CTEH industrial hygiene staff are available to quickly and competently assess worker protection needs. Our IH surveys and/or assessments include recognition of hazards, quantification of identified exposures, and development of controls to reduce or eliminate hazardous exposures. 

    Our powerful, in-house industrial hygiene data visualization solutions empower you to identify key risks and make rapid critical decisions. 

  • Occupational Health

    At CTEH, we believe in the protection of health, the environment, and most importantly, people. CTEH established an occupational health division because we often serve workforces that operate in hazardous conditions. Our occupational and environmental health nurses are available to provide a vast majority of our services on site and during emergency conditions (i.e., natural disaster recovery).

    CTEH physicians, medical toxicologists, Ph.D. toxicologists, and occupational health and environmental nurses have a passion for helping prevent diseases, injuries, and deaths in the workplace. We offer a broad range of occupational and environmental health experience complexity from basic medical clearance and fit testing; to programmatic development for work-related accident prevention; all the way to sophisticated analysis of effects of toxic chemical exposure and detecting biological changes during pandemic situations within a workforce.

  • Response Management

    Our credentialed trainers bring vast knowledge and experience to provide training suited to your organization’s needs. CTEH instructors are fluent in all aspects of planning and response. We can tailor training specific to your workforce and needs!

    Our exercises are designed to evaluate an organization’s response plans, procedures, and level of training with a goal of developing a highly effective Spill Management and/or Incident Management Team (SMT/IMT). Approaches to exercise objectives are enhanced through the use of our experienced responders as players, coaches, facilitators and evaluators. These plans and objectives are developed to exceed annual regulatory and company requirements and can include:

    • Validating specific plan content, decisions, and response actions
    • Evaluating command and control
    • Assessing use of company procedures and policies
    • Practicing individuals working as a team
    • Verifying data and information available to the team
    • Demonstrating understanding and implementation of ICS
    • Complying with NPREP and HSEEP
  • Risk Assessment

    Environmental contamination can present a risk to human health, the environment, and the reputation and assets of an organization. When faced with an active or historical release of chemicals, a thorough understanding of regulatory compliance and the risk assessment process is crucial to providing strategies and cost-effective remedial solutions successfully. Risk assessment is an integral part of many of the daily activities of CTEH toxicologists and health scientists. From litigation support to assessing risk after an incident, to evaluating consumer products, our team can handle it. Speak with a team member today.

    CTEH provides qualitative and quantitative site-specific evaluations of risks posed to human health or ecological. Unlike other consulting firms, CTEH toxicologists and health scientists understand the basis of toxicology in the field of human health risk assessment and apply fundamentals of toxicology. We lay the foundation necessary to conduct a thorough risk evaluation to help protect your personnel.

  • Safety

    CTEH has a suite of experts, including industrial hygienists, certified safety professionals (CSPs), health scientists, safety management specialists, occupational health experts, and training staff that work directly with organizations across all industries to manage safety liabilities, train your workforce, and reduce overall operating costs during emergency and scheduled projects. Our teams help manage safety incident rates, conduct PPE assessments, implement behavioral safety, and other programs to support a safe working environment.

    CTEH specializes in customizing services to meet a multitude of needs including:

    • Audits and Inspections
    • Confined Space Entry Permitting
    • Corporate Safety Programs
    • Machine Guarding Evaluations
    • OSHA Inspection Representation
    • Safety Observation
    • Safety Training
    • Temporary and Routine Staffing
    • Written Health and Safety Plans
    • ISNetworld Compliance
  • Technology

    Our ability to execute our services at a high level relies heavily on innovative technology and adept data management. Nearly all questions can be answered using data. CTEH provides data management, software development, and other technology solutions. Our technology group combines a wide range of project experience with disciplines of data management, software development, and rapid response to deliver value to our clients. In addition, we maintain a set of methodologies, processes, architectures, and technologies that transform data into meaningful information used to enable more effective operational insights.

    We work to provide data that is clearly communicated, actionable, and accurate. From our experience designing data collection systems to our certified visualization specialists, our turn-key data solutions provide everything you need for project success.

  • Toxicology

    The CTEH team combines boots-on-the-ground experience with a broad range of toxicological expertise. Across diverse toxicology areas, from regulatory consulting to human exposure assessment, our Ph.D. toxicologists bring the knowledge and leadership to handle virtually any toxicology need.

    CTEH human health experts have a broad base of knowledge and experience including years of public communication experience regarding chemical exposure and potential health effects, on-site health issue evaluation, and crop and animal health concerns. Speak with one of our toxicologists today.

    Our roles as primary toxicology response experts include, but are not limited to:

    • Identifying human health hazards
    • Determining appropriate personal protective equipment
    • Deriving and implementing site-specific health-based action levels for workers and the public
    • Identifying physical/chemical properties of a chemical and how these affect fate and transport in the environment
    • Identifying combustion products
    • Identifying contaminants that may be present in commercial products
    • Evaluating dose-response data regarding toxicity
    • Communicating complex health and safety issues to response stakeholders including regulators and the public
    • Evaluating environmental data to determine potential health risks