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Construction Safety Week 2022—United in Safety

Safety Week 2022 was a huge success throughout Manson’s operating regions. This year’s theme Connected.Supported.SAFE was a reflection of one of Manson’s core values of taking care of people. As an employee-owned company, we understand that our personnel are Manson’s first priority and the driving force behind our quest to find better ways to create an engaging, respectful, and safer environment.


During Safety Week 2022, Manson’s regional offices participated by hosting a variety of safety events that focused on team-building skills and providing invaluable safety resources for all personnel. We are confident these events will strengthen morale across the company and will contribute to Manson’s culture of safety.

SAFETY WEEK - RICHMOND OFFICE SAFETY WEEK - SEATTLE OFFICE

A group of people at a marine yard.
Richmond office and yard personnel posing in front of the derrick barge HAGAR at the Richmond Yard during Safety Week 2022. Pictured left to right: James Harris, Kenneth Vogt, Chris Schaeffer, Brandon Madden, Joseph Karinen, Gus Lamen, Matt Rizo, David Lubiszewski, John Partridge, Nathan Redford, and Ryan Jackson.
A man throwing rope.
The Seattle office “tied in” some hands-on rope throwing practice for the third day of Safety Week 2022. Participants in the rope throwing activity included BradMartin, vice president of equipment (left); Eric Rackl, boat captain (middle); and Carey Shannon, learning and development specialist (right).


SAFETY WEEK - JACKSONVILLE OFFICE


A group of people attending a safety meeting.
Manson Survey Manager Ken Quiñones speaking to personnel at the JAX office during Safety Week 2022 right before the start of a team-building activity.

SAFETY WEEK - RICHMOND OFFICE SAFETY WEEK - SEAWOLF PROJECT

A man addresses a crowd of people.
Senior Vice President and West Coast Regional Manager Ryan King addressing the Richmond yard crew and personnel on the first day of Safety Week 2022.

A group of people eating lunch.
The SEAWOLF project team and crew enjoying some pastries during Safety Week 2022 while Kurtis Jackson leads a discussion on maintaining connections and the importance of wellbeing and safety.

SAFETY WEEK - SEAL BEACH PROJECT

A group of people in a meeting.




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