Jack Green is an expert in industrial machinery, process systems and construction site safety. His expertise includes the design, operation, maintenance, and inspection of machinery; he has specific expertise in machine safety, including machine guarding, energy control (lockout/tag out), and associated instructions and warnings. Jack applies his expertise to forensic casework involving personal injury and economic loss claims.
For nearly 30 years, Jack worked as a rotating equipment engineer, project manager, and maintenance manager at a coal burning power plant. His experience assimilates the many machines, processes, and facilities involved in transforming harvested coal into electrical energy. The scope of his machinery expertise includes grinders and pulverizers, conveyors, turbines, pumps, compressors, fans, gearboxes, industrial boilers, and more. In addition to the equipment and machinery involved in crushing, moving, and burning coal, Jack also has extensive experience in the tools and equipment necessary to service and repair highly customized industrial machines and facilities. Jack also worked as a maintenance engineer at a steel mill facility and has a comprehensive understanding of many predictive maintenance technologies, construction site safety and is an MSHA Certified Surface Coal Miner.
Jack is a licensed Professional Engineer, registered with Alabama, Florida, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Maryland, Michigan, Missouri, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, West Virginia, and Wisconsin. He is an active member in the American Society of Mechanical Engineers and was founding member of the Vibration Institute, Western Pennsylvania Chapter. Jack earned his Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering from Lafayette College in Easton, PA and has completed extensive ongoing professional training.