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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 Mgrs., Arlington Heights, Illinois, 1991-1995;loss control consultant, Archdiocese of Chicago, since 1995. Technical content consultant United Auto Workers-General Motors Hazard Comm.

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.