Temp / Permanent
Safety Personnel

We provide top-quality temporary safety professionals for your project, or can recruit for your full-time opening.

Safety Awareness

The most effective safety awareness program in the business, which clients credit with improving safety performance.

Safety and Health
Expert Witnesses

We offer highly qualified experts who are effective witnesses on occupational safety and health topics.


A former Deputy Assistant Secretary of Labor for OSHA leads our program to assist you with OSHA compliance.

FRED D. RINE, Founder / CEO
Fred D. Rine

A national leader on results-driven safety performance and long-time leader of the safety department at FedEx . Broad safety experience in a variety of industries. Leads our Safety Personnel and Safety Awareness Training programs. Full Bio

James W. Stanley

One of the most respected experts in occupational safety and health. Former No. 2 at OSHA, former VP of Safety and Health at AK Steel. Leads our Expert Witness and OSHA Compliance programs. Full Bio

More about FDRsafety

Learn more about FDRsafety’s mission and values,  our leaders Fred Rine and Jim Stanley, and about our senior advisors, safety consultants whose top-level expertise ranges from combustible dust, to forklifts, to electrical safe work practices and standards, to industrial hygiene and more.

Safety Services

Our Safety Awareness training motivates employees to “want to” act safely. Need a safety professional? We can provide you with temporary professionals as well as help you with recruiting for permanent positions. We cover a wide range of safety and health issues with our expert witness program. Our OSHA compliance program is led by a former Deputy Assistant Secretary of Labor for OSHA.

Safety Programs

FDRsafety is highly experienced in a wide range of safety and health, with experts available to address issues specific to your site.

In the Media

FDRsafety experts have been quoted in The Wall Street Journal and on NPR and have been published in a wide range of journals, including OH&S, EHS Today and Professional Safety.

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