BCSP Presents Top 2017 Awards

Brad Giles, principal of Bradley Giles and Associates, received the BCSP Lifetime Achievement Award in Denver and thanked many people who had supported him throughout his more than 40 years in EHS management roles.

The Board of Certified Safety Professionals announced the 2017 recipients of its most prestigious awards during ASSE's Safety 2017 conference and expo held this week in Denver.

Rich Baldwin, CSP; Brad Giles, CSP; Ann-Marie Grusch, CHST; and James Lange, CSP, ASP, OHST, STSC, received their awards during the conference. BCSP reported it received many nominations from exceptional safety practitioners who have advanced the profession, and its Awards Committee and Board of Directors decided on what it called "these four exemplary certificants."

Giles, principal of Bradley Giles and Associates, received the BCSP Lifetime Achievement Award, while Baldwin received the CSP Award of Excellence, Lange received the OHST Award of Excellence, and Grusch received the CHST Award of Excellence. Giles thanked many people who had supported him throughout his more than 40 years in EHS management roles.

"I accept this award for my team members. Any successes I have had is because of our team," he said. "Continue your professional development, for you and your team. Enjoy and take pride in your job. This is a great profession. If you are as lucky as I am, I loved to get up every morning for work. Don't forget: You impact not just your employees, but their extended families, sometimes affecting generations."

Chris Patton, CSP, ASP, president of the BCSP Board of Directors, said, "I am honored to recognize our award recipients. These are leaders in our profession who have demonstrated dedication to excellence in safety."

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