Keith Snead


Chief, National Hearts & Minds Forum

Keith joined Limbach in 2013 and is responsible for overseeing Limbach’s Hearts & Minds commitment to safety program. Keith started his career in occupational safety in 1997 and has since provided safety oversight on numerous construction programs for multiple Fortune 500 companies including AK Steel, Bayer CropScience, General Motors, BP, and Anheuser Busch.

Supported by a team of 13 full-time safety professionals stationed throughout the United States, Keith provides day-to-day assistance in the education, engineering, and enforcement of Limbach’s Occupational Safety & Health guidelines among employees, customers and sub-contractors, while promoting Limbach’s goal to be an Incident and Injury Free (IIF) company.

Keith earned his master’s degree in Occupational Safety & Health from the University of Findlay and a master’s degree in Emergency and Disaster Management from American University. He has received multiple awards from customers, associations and government entities. Keith is also a Firefighter, EMT and Rescue Technician for the Porter Kingston Fire District in Delaware County, Ohio.