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John Carl Enright

John Carl Enright, American occupational health engineer. Achievements include establishment of basis for evaluating passenger risk to contaminants released from deployment of inflatable restraints (air bags); development of video and laser-disc interactive training formats. Recipient 6 international film awards Chicago International Film Festival, 1986.

Background

  • Enright, John Carl was born on June 15, 1948 in Terre Haute, Indiana, United States. Son of John F. and C. Rosemary (Lundstrom) Enright.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Science in Engineering, Purdue University, 1970. Master of Business Administration in Business Administration, University Dayton, 1975.

    Career

    • Administrator hazardous materials control General Motors, Warren, Michigan, 1969-1988. Senior consultant Occusafe, Inc., Wheeling, Illinois, 1988-1991. Loss control consultant Richard Oliver Risk Managers, Arlington Heights, 1991-1995, Archdiocese of Chicago, since 1995.

      Technology content consultant United Auto Workers-General Motors Hazard Communications Program.

    Major achievements

    • Achievements include establishment of basis for evaluating passenger risk to contaminants released from deployment of inflatable restraints (air bags). Development of video and laser-disc interactive training formats.

    Religion

    Denomination: Roman Catholic

    Membership

    Member Michigan Industrial Hygiene Society (board directors 1985-1987, president-elect 1987-1988, president 1988-1989), American Industrial Hygiene Association (continuing education committee, Toxicology Commission), Society Toxicology.

    Connections

    • father: John F. Enright
    • mother: C. Rosemary (Lundstrom) Enright
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    Born June 15, 1948
    (age 69)
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