Jon Adams Named New Corporate Safety Manager for Greenberry

Greenberry is pleased to announce the promotion of Jon Adams to Corporate Safety Manager. Jon is responsible for the leadership of Greenberry’s safety program including the SafeStart program, which is implemented at all project sites and fabrication shops.

Jon has over 25 years of safety experience in industries ranging from industrial, nuclear, heavy civil construction, all the way to fusion energy projects. Additionally, he has worked in mining for above ground surface mines, refineries, railroad, highway, and Department of Energy projects. Jon’s experience in large papermills including Georgia Pacific, International Paper and Nippon is a great fit for Greenberry, based on the large pulp and paper clients that we service.

Jon is a MSHA and OSHA 500 instructor and has designed over 100 training courses used on projects throughout the United States. Jon engages project personnel and gains their valuable feedback on how to improve policies and procedures. He has a hands-on approach to leadership. Greenberry values his thorough knowledge of State OSHA programs such as DOSH Washington, Oregon OSHA, CalOSHA and federal programs. Jon takes auditing seriously and ensures all standards are being followed.

Jon holds a Master’s degree in Industrial Training plus a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration. He is also a veteran of the US Air Force. Jon lives in Washington with his wife, Suzie, and between them, they have nine children and 13 grandchildren.

Jon is excited for his new role leading the company’s safety program. He reports directly to Greenberry Industrial’s president, Jason Pond. Jason says, “Jon cares about employees, takes a personalized approach to safety, and is someone employees trust. He understands people and he understands safety.” Help us congratulate Jon Adams in his new role.

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