COVID-19 is an ongoing challenge for everyone. Our thoughts go out to everyone who has been impacted by COVID-19 and we are especially grateful for the services of healthcare workers worldwide. They put themselves at risk to provide urgent care and support to those who need it most.
At DETech we have found innovative solutions to continue to meet our customer’s current requirements and expectations during this period of increased challenges. We do this while striving to maintain the health and safety of our employees. Everyone has a part to play in this time of need.
Congratulations to Marcy Patterson on receiving her Master Exercise Practitioner (MEP) certification!
Marcy joined DETech in 2009 and has 31 years of experience with emergency medical services, government, and the media. In 2019 she became the County Coroner in Morgan County, Illinois.
Within DETech, Marcy supports the Chemical Stockpile Emergency Preparedness Program (CSEPP) as lead administrative specialist and report specialist.
DETech announces new Division
In January 2020, DETech launched a new division. The Division of Sustainability and Environment is led by Daniel Perkins, PhD and provides comprehensive, professional consulting services to provide solutions for challenges facing food security, clean water, and sustainable environmental resources and protection.
DETech announces new Program Manager
Mr. John Patterson became the Project Manager for the Division of Disaster and Emergency Management in January 2020. Welcome John!