Kentucky Safety & Health Network, Inc. Elects Gray Construction Safety Officer to Board
Gray Construction is happy to announce that Bill Carey, Manager, Safety, has been elected to the Kentucky Safety and Health Network, Inc. (KSHN) Board of Directors. Carey joins an elite group of safety officers from all around the state of Kentucky
in an effort to execute KSHN’s mission of increasing the awareness of workplace safety and health through education and training.
According to KSHN, Carey was selected for his commitment and expertise in the areas of safety and health as well as his demonstration of integrity and service. Carey has more than 13 years of safety experience including a 10-year term with the Kentucky Labor Cabinet. During his time with Gray Construction, he has been very instrumental in executing our safety program and helping us achieve the nation’s highest safety honor from the Associated General Contractors (AGC) of America.
Carey’s KSHN term will run for three consecutive years after which he will be eligible for re-election to the 41-member board.
KSHN represents individuals from all facets of Kentucky’s workplaces and has been dedicated to promoting safety and health for nearly 30 years. The organization’s 500+ members represent business, education, government and labor.
Gray Construction, a nationally ranked engineering, architecture and construction firm, has over 54 years of experience in manufacturing, automotive, food and beverage, distribution, hospitality and retail facility construction. Currently, Gray has several large projects that are underway or recently completed including: a Michelin Earthmover tire manufacturing plant in Anderson, S.C.; a Caterpillar Inc. manufacturing facility near Athens, GaSiemens gas turbine plant in Charlotte, N.C.; a Roxul, Inc. manufacturing facility in Byhalia, Miss.; and a manufacturing plant for ZF Transmissions in Gray Court, S.C.
For more information on Gray Construction, visit www.gray.com.
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