Safety Primer Webinar

​Broadcast Date

Wednesday, July 25, 2018

11:00 a.m.—12:00 p.m. CDT

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About the Webinar

Do you know how to comply with OSHA regulations concerning LOTO, Confined Space and Fork Trucks? Do you know the rules, what documentation/training OSHA will expect to see? Do you know what free resources are out there to help you comply with these regulations? Take an hour and let Mark Jaeggi explain what he has learned over the past 36 years in the safety business.  

If you're responsible for developing and implementing injury prevention and OSHA compliance programs at your brewery you won't want to miss this informative webinar!

Moderator: Doug Hindman, Elliott Bay Brewing Company

Presenter: Mark Jaeggi, Sabhailteacht Solutions, LLC

Webinar Takeaways

  • The key regulatory requirements for each of the programs
  • Free resources to help craft brewers ensure compliance
  • This webinar will be a precursor to the four-hour pre-conference workshop: Meeting OSHA Requirements—on a Budget, taking place at the 2018 Brewing Summit, where attendees will do a deeper dive into these three safety topics along with several others.

About the Presenter

Mark Jaeggi received his undergraduate degree from the University of Dubuque in Iowa. He was a double major – Occupational Safety & Health and General Science with an emphasis in chemistry.  Mark received his graduate degree in Safety from the University of Southern California and is also a Certified Safety Professional.

Mark started his safety career in 1982 in the solid rocket propellants industry working in the missile and space programs.  From explosives and rocket propellants, Mark moved to the chemical industry until 1990 where he started his career with Anheuser-Busch working in the St. Louis flagship brewery for 10 years. In 2000, Mark accepted a corporate position as the Global Safety and Risk Director for Brewing operations.  Mark had responsibility for 12 breweries’ in the United States, 14 in China, and one in England. In November of 2011 Mark retired from Anheuser-Busch InBev.

Mark now keeps busy with his safety consulting company, working with the Master Brewers Safety Committee, teaching brewing industry safety classes for the Master Brewers, speaking at numerous State Brewer Guilds on brewing safety, the World Brewing Congress, and working with numerous Craft Brewers to ensure they have safe and efficient operations.