Embedding Safety Into Your Project Lifecycle


Duration:60 minutes


From design to completion to operations and maintenance, safety should be at the forefront at every project stage. This webinar will explore ways to go beyond compliance by holistically incorporating safe work practices into a jobsite and—better yet—eliminating hazards during design before they occur.

Experienced panelists will address the processes they follow to create a comprehensive safety culture and work environment, from including safe work decisions into the initial project design and planning stages, to the methods they use to track and control training, orientation, incidents and near misses.

The content of this webinar is produced and directed by ENR's editorial team.

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Carl Heinlein

Sr. Safety Consultant
American Contractors Insurance Group

Mr. Heinlein joined American Contractors Insurance Group (ACIG) in February 2002, where he contributes to the successful safety initiatives of multiple construction clients. Prior to this, Mr. Heinlein worked as the Director of Construction Services for FDR Safety. He is also the past National Safety & Health Director for the Associated General Contractors (AGC) of America.

Mr. Heinlein holds a Master's degree in Safety & Environmental Management from West Virginia University and the ARM, CIT, CSHM, CSP, OHST and STSC safety, health, environmental and risk management credentials.

Mr. Heinlein volunteers his time as a member of the National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) and National Occupational Research Agenda (NORA) Construction Sector. He also sits on the editorial advisory board for Environmental Health and Safety (EHS) magazine.

Mr. Heinlein served as National Director-At-Large for the American Society of Safety Professionals (ASSP) from 2017 to 2020, and is a past President of the Board of Certified Safety Professionals (BCSP). Mr. Heinlein was awarded the BCSP’s Certified Safety Professional 2019 Award of Excellence.

Mr. Heinlein’s leadership skills are sought in his field; he is the past Chair of the West Virginia University's Safety Management Graduate Program Visiting Committee and serves on the advisory committee for the Keene State University Safety Program. He is also an instructor at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University and an advisor to the University of Fredericton Safety Department.

Mr. Heinlein serves on the Board for the Alliance of Hazardous Materials Professionals (AHMP), and is also an active member with the American Industrial Hygiene Association (AIHA), the Associated General Contractors (AGC) of America, National Safety Council and the International Safety and Health Practitioners Organization. As such, he is a nationally noted speaker at conferences and an author/contributor to books and research published by these organizations.

T. Michael Toole

Dean, College of Engineering
University of Toledo

T. Michael Toole is the Dean of the College of Engineering at the University of Toledo. His previous employment includes serving five years of active duty as an officer in the U.S. Navy Civil Engineer Corps, management positions with a publicly traded homebuilder and a multidisciplinary engineering firm, and Associate Dean of Engineering and Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering at Bucknell University.

He has served as the Vice Chair of the ASCE/Construction Institute Prevention through Design Committee and the Site Safety Committee and as the Co-Chair of the NIOSH NORA Construction Sector Council Construction Hazards Prevention through Design workgroup.

Mike received his B.S. from Bucknell and his Masters and Ph.D. from M.I.T. He is a professional civil engineer, a member of NSPE, a Fellow in the American Society of Civil Engineers, the Chair of the Ohio Engineering Deans Council, and hosts www.designforconstructionsafety.org.

John Cloutier

Sr. Safety Manager

John serves as the senior safety manager for Kiewit Power Constructors, where he manages the safety program that encompasses more than 6 million manhours annually for projects across North America.

In this role, he manages and develops 3 area safety managers and is ultimate responsible for 50 total safety professionals. He also oversees various types of work including electrical, steel erection, grading, paving, underground utility work, equipment maintenance and prefabrication of construction and temporary structures.

John has a bachelor’s degree in general science from Westfield State University and a master’s degree in fire protection technology from the University of New Haven.

Scott Blair

Managing Editor

Engineering NewsRecord ENR



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