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Tim Page-Bottorff is Safety Professional of the Year

Tim Page-Bottorff presenting at a workshop

SafeStart Senior Safety Consultant and thought leader Tim Page-Bottorff, CSP, CET has been named as the ASSE’s 2018 Safety Professional of the Year and he will officially receive this award at ASSE’s Safety 2018 Professional Development Conference & Exposition, June 3-6 in San Antonio, TX.

Tim is an inspirational certified safety professional with over 22 years of occupational health, safety and environmental experience. Tim started his safety career in the United States Marine Corps and earned the Humanitarian Service Medal while he served. He has been a member of the ASSE since 2001 and is currently the  ASSE Region II Vice President. In 2014, he received the coveted ASSE Safety Professional of the Year for Region II (2013-14) as well as the ASSE Arizona Chapter Safety Professional of the Year for 2014-15.

Tim is a safety champion in all aspects of life—not only is he a leader in safety training but he also devotes time to educating potential safety professionals and he makes enhancing the community around him a priority. A popular and engaging professional trainer and keynote speaker (he presented the largest occupational keynote to date at the National Safety Council Congress), in 2017 he was picked as one of the top ten presenters at the NSC over the last ten years.  

“Tim leads by example, being a great role model for his region and his peers,” said Maribeth Anderson, MPA, CSP, Vice President of ASSE’s Council on Region Affairs. “Tim is truly dedicated to the profession and to working together for the advancement of the Society.”

Named the Edgar Monsanto Queeny Safety Professional of the Year Award, or “Society SPY,” this annual award is given to the individual who best represents the ASSE’s vision of being an “advocate and premier leader for the safety, health, and environmental professional and the profession.”

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