The Future Of Safety – Innovations That Are Driving a Safer Jobsite
Monday, May 16
4:30 - 5:00 p.m.
A high-level overview of cutting-edge advancements of Innovations of Safety, highlighting how they align as a solution to help combat the current top 3 common industry risks that impact the electrical trade, and how these innovations are influencing the industry as safety solutions that are bridging the gap of incident prevention while building the safety culture mindset to Lead with Safety.
Justin Azbill - Milwaukee Tool
Mr. Azbill was appointed Director - National EHS at Milwaukee Tool in July 2021, and is responsible for directing the design, implementation, and maintenance of environmental, safety and health programs. Mr. Azbill provides oversight to ensure compliance with all applicable laws to exceed safety regulations.
He has over 25 years of experience in Safety and Risk Management, having held key management positions with Kiewit Power, Suffolk Construction, Cannistraro, and Callahan Construction.
Throughout his career, Mr. Azbill has created a reputation of success by leveraging a collaborative leadership style which has helped him achieve consistent industry-leading results and build successful partnerships that continue to impact the construction industry.
Mr. Azbill has led companies to noticeable safety improvements and increased engagement in incident prevention, fostering a positive safety culture. Evident through his reduction of claims, incidents, and lost time, as well as increased involvement of subcontractor engagement, he has been honored with notable awards including the OSHA VPPP Star award in 2012 (the first time a VPPP Star award was awarded to a construction job in Region 1), MCAA Milwaukee Tool Safety Professional Award, ESGR DOD Patriot Award, Safety Excellence Award by the NSC, and STEP Award by the ABC.
Mr. Azbill holds several accredited safety certifications and licenses and attended both Johnson County Community College and the University of Kansas and is a sitting member on numerous safety advisory boards.