Paige Rohrig currently works as a Safety Professional with Georgia Institute of Technology's Safety and Health Consultation program. Responsibilities under this program include providing safety and health assistance and training to small businesses in Georgia. She also helps deliver courses as part of the OSHA Training Institute Education Center program. Previous work at Georgia Tech includes working as an Industrial Hygienist with the Safety and Health Consultation program and working with the Tech Assist Georgia Environmental Compliance Assistance Program (GECAP). Previously under GECAP, responsibilities included providing technical assistance and conducting environmental compliance surveys for Georgia industries as well as assisting with the Managing Environmental Compliance course.
Prior to coming to Georgia Tech, she worked as a Safety/Environmental Coordinator at Mrs. Smith's Bakery. Primary responsibilities included managing a variety of environmental, safety and health programs to ensure compliance with government and company regulations. Other responsibilities included developing and conducting environmental, safety and health training, performing periodic inspections, completing thorough accident investigations and managing Workers' Compensation Claims.
Paige Rohrig is a Certified Safety Professional (CSP) and a member of the American Society of Safety Engineers (ASSE).
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