Tim Page-Bottorff's background in health and safety includes over 20 years in safety and industrial hygiene (IH). His military background includes instructor classification in the U.S. Marine Corps in nuclear, biological and chemical weapons (NBC), HAZWOPER and process safety. Page-Bottorff worked as a safety engineer at Motorola where he was the captain of the fire brigade and emergency response team. He has also been the director for health and safety for chemical transportation and was a certified asbestos inspector.
Page-Bottorff has dedicated a majority of his career to process safety management and health and safety for operations and maintenance of water and wastewater processes. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Business Management and is board certified by the Board of Certified Safety Professionals as a certified safety professional. In addition, Page-Bottorff has completed the certification program in waste management technologies from Arizona State University.
Page-Bottorff is an active member in the Arizona and American Industrial Hygiene Associations, National Safety Council and the Arizona Chapter of the American Society for Safety Engineers. Page-Bottorff has been active in the Arizona Chapter of the American Society of Safety Engineers since May 1998. He served as president of the Arizona Chapter in 2012-2013. Page-Bottorff wishes to contribute his drive, enthusiasm and execution to the Arizona chapter of ASSE. He has a wonderful wife and three incredible kids.