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Hilarie Schubert Warren

Industrial Hygienist

Electronic Systems Laboratory
Human Systems Integration Division
Georgia Tech Research Institute
Georgia Institute of Technology
Atlanta, GA 30332-0837


BS, Biology, University of New Hampshire, 2001

MPH, Environmental/Occupational Health and International Health, Emory University, 2005

Employment History

Industrial Hygienist, Georgia Tech Safety and Health Consultation Program, 2005-present

Industrial Hygiene Intern, Delta Air Lines, 2003-2005

Experience Summary

Under the Consultation Program, Ms. Warren conducts on-site assessments for health, safety and environmental hazards at construction sites and industrial facilities around Georgia. This includes conducting exposure assessments of physical and chemical workplace hazards. Ms. Warren’s primary area of expertise is in the evaluation and control of crystalline silica hazards.

Ms. Warren acted as the Project Director for “Pandemic Influenza Preparedness Training for Businesses” – an OSHA Susan Harwood Grant awarded to the Consultation Program in 2007.

Ms. Warren is an authorized OSHA Outreach Trainer for Construction

Ms. Warren has worked closely with multiple construction contractors on the topics of crystalline silica exposure and control, heat illness prevention and management, lead exposure and program management, and the development and implementation of respiratory protection programs.

Ms. Warren has presented at numerous national, regional, and state-level conferences, and has been a board member and participating member of the local section of the American Industrial Hygiene Association.

Current Interests

  • IH Consultation, specifically regarding silica, lead, and hexavalent chromium exposures
  • Global Environmental/Occupational Health issues, including air, water, and sanitation quality, microbiological threats
  • International Occupational Health, including labor standards, and migrant/transient workers
  • Youth training and outreach