Mark Jaeggi

Special guest

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 manufacturing solid rocket propellants for missile and space programs such as Peace Keeper, Trident I & II and Midget Man missile systems and the Space Shuttle program. From explosives Mark worked briefly for Amoco in the chemical industry. In 1990 Mark started his career with Anheuser-Busch working in their Flagship Brewery in St. Louis providing safety oversight for the Brewing and Utility operations. In 2000 Mark moved to Corporate as the Global Safety and Risk Director for the Brewing operations. Mark had responsibility for 12 brewery’s in the US, 14 in China and 1 in England. In November of 2011 Mark retired from Anheuser-Busch InBev.

Mark now keeps busy with his safety consulting company. He teaches brewing industry safety classes for the Master Brewers Association of the Americas and speaks at Brewer Guilds on brewing safety.

Mark Jaeggi has been a guest on 2 episodes.