Tim Page-Bottorff, CSP, CET
Senior Safety Consultant
Tim is an inspirational certified safety professional who brings over 20 years of occupational health, safety and environmental experience. He has received the coveted ASSP Safety Professional of the Year for Region II and also for the Arizona Chapter.
As a United States Marine, Tim earned the Humanitarian Service Medal and is a veteran of Operation Desert Shield/Storm. He started his safety career in the Marine Corps and is very proud of his continued grassroots approach.
Tim has been published in industry magazines and online, including in Safety Decisions, Coatings Pro Magazine, Professional Safety Magazine, the Journal of Environmental Management, and by the Water Environment Federation. He is also the author of The Core of Four: 4 Tools To Navigate Roadblocks To Great Human Performance.
Participants in Tim’s training sessions benefit from his enthusiasm and unique ability to immediately put his audience at ease through humor and personal life experiences.
Current Speaking Topics
Humor in Safety…From Blah Blah Blah to Ha Ha Ah-ha
Injecting humor into safety meetings can take them from being dreaded to highly anticipated! Attendees will be introduced to simple techniques that can make meetings not only fun but motivating and informative.
Building the Foundation to Safety Excellence
Building a strong foundation for personal safety is crucial to achieving your ultimate goal of zero injuries and fatalities. Without each person managing their own individual risk, the sustainability of a safety program will eventually crumble and fail. Tim will discuss how mapping out each day can help to manage individual risk and the sustainability of a safety program.
Leapfrogging from Compliance to Culture
There are several stages companies eventually progress through on their journey to zero injuries. With limited time, budget and an urgency to mitigate risk, safety professionals need to spot the most efficient path by pursuing the big improvement opportunities that will move them well beyond OSHA compliance to a self-compliant culture of safety.
View Tim’s speaker video below for a brief overview of what to expect in his sessions. To book Tim for a conference, association or corporate speaking event, please contact us.
Tim, your presentation was the best one I attended. You really have an art of captivating an audience and making them laugh. Great job!
– Jude Lee
All Hands on Deck
Safety trainers can get better engagement and knowledge retention by changing how their training is delivered. Discover the truth about training effectiveness, find out how to leverage multiple training methods and learn to deal with common challenges in safety training.
Humor in Safety
Let’s face it, safety presentations can be dull, yawn-inducing torture. Humor in Safety provides techniques to make safety training more engaging with tips like how to relate yourself and the training topic to the audience, the importance of storytelling and when to use humor to achieve learning objectives.