- Company: R W Carr, Inc.
- Phone: (904) 646-7925
- Cell: (904) 646-7925
- Fax: (904) 683-8595
- Website: rwcarrinc.com
Specialties & Experience
General Specialties:Transportation and Safety
Specialty Focus:FMCSA, FMCSR, DOT, OSHA, Tank Truck, Loading, Unloading, Forklifts, Driver Qualifications, Drug & Alcohol, Hours of Service, Hazardous Materials, Training, Standard of Care, Vehicle Inspection, Fleet Safety, Commercial Drivers, CDL, Driver Hiring Standards, Record Retention, ELD, Cargo, Accidents.
Education:BS, University of North Carolina, Pembroke; PhD, Kennedy Western University
Years in Practice:16+
Number of Times Deposed/Testified in Last 4 Yrs:14
Richard W. Carr is the principle of R W Carr, Inc., a Risk Management & Safety Consulting company based in Jacksonville, FL. which primarily serves the transportation industry, insurance industry and the legal profession. Mr. Carr has been Operations Manager – Transportation for Olin Chlor Alkali Products, Inc. in which he oversaw a private fleet of tractor trailers delivering hazardous materials throughout the western United States until June 2014. Prior to this he was Director of Risk Management, Safety & Health for Masco Contractors Services, Inc.; a nationwide company employing as many as 20,000 employees at 350 facilities and operating up to 10,000 motor vehicles. Prior to this he was Managing Director of Transurance Risk Retention Group, Inc. and Phoenix Risk Services, Inc.; an Arizona licensed Risk Retention Group and a third-party claims administrator respectively whose specialty was commercial motor vehicle fleets. Prior to this, he was Vice President-Safety & Risk Management for Quality Carriers, Inc for thirteen years., The nation’s largest bulk-commodity motor carrier. Here he established and managed the corporation’s Safety, Training and Risk Management and Claims Departments with a staff of 20+ professional Safety Engineers and trainers, 5 licensed claims adjusters and 8 clerical staff members. He has specialized training from the U.S. DOT, Office of Motor Carrier Safety, Environmental Protection Agency, Penn State University, OSHA, Northwestern University, Purdue University, Georgia Tech, and University of South Florida to name a few. In April 1995, he was one of 200 North American Safety Experts invited to participate in President Clinton’s 1994 Tank & Bus Safety Summit held in Kansas City, Missouri, to develop and propose new safety legislation. In April of 1995, the National Tank Truck Association honored him for his achievements in safety.