Celebrating 26 Years 1993 - 2019

Safe Environment Engineering Receives The Robert P. Turkington Innovation and Technology Award

Safe Environment Engineering provides an IoT system solution for collecting, monitoring, displaying, notifying and aggregating instrumentation sensor data including the CBRNE family of devices. We build wireless interoperable network telemetry devices that attaches to both legacy and new instrumentation and a Gateway product facilitating multiple redundant communication paths between the sensor’s origin and a remote Subject Matter Expert.  Our hardware is complemented by an extensive software package that replicates the instrumentation displays and further presents their readings and location within a geographic information system (GIS). We also offer complementary services such as cloud sensor data management, 3D plume modeling and asset/personnel capabilities management

“Working with Safe Environment Engineering we have established a Los Angeles County wide radiation detection network. This system is utilized regularly and was key in our response efforts during the Fukushima disaster.”
— Jeffrey Day - Director - Radiation Management - Environmental Health - Los Angeles County Department of Public Health
Safe Environment Engineering’s systems are a key component of our emergency response capabilities.
— The 9th Civil Support Team
As of June 2016 the United States Environmental Protection Agency - Environmental Response Team has utilized Safe Environment Engineering’s Lifeline system at over 180 incidents allowing for the collection of over 1.5 Billion data points.
— Environmental Protection Agency - Environmental Response Team
“Safe Environment Engineering Lifeline System enhances Bruker Detection Corporation instrument capabilities.”
— Frank Thibodeau - Vice President for Business Development - Bruker Detection Corporation
“The Los Angeles County Fire Department utilizes Safe Environment Engineering’s systems both as component of our Hazmat Teams Personal Protective Equipment as well as being an integral component of our Hazmat apparatus.”
— Battalion Chief Randy Alva - Los Angeles County Fire Department