About Us

Safety Research Consultants, Inc., is out to save lives, ensuring that you are sending drivers home safe with the added benefit of lowering your company’s liability and worker’s compensation claims.

Each day in the United States, more than nine people are killed and more than 1,153 people are injured in crashes that are reported to involve a distracted driver, according to the Centers for Disease Control.

The National Safety Council found traffic deaths jumped 14 percent in the first half of 2015 compared to the same period in 2014, a year in which an estimated 32,675 people died in vehicle accidents.

For commercial drivers, who spend their days on the road, the risk is increased. Safety Research Consultants, Inc., helps drivers enhance their awareness through updated training with hands-on instruction from the company’s arsenal of highly experienced, law enforcement-trained instructors.

Safety Research Consultants, Inc., brings expert specialization to safe transportation—from commercial vehicle driver training, to traffic collision reconstruction and vehicle safety inspection.

Founded by Bob Landman, the focus of the company comes from Landman’s 27-year career in law enforcement, and particularly from his service in a commercial enforcement unit in Southern California.

“My motto is exactly what the sergeant always said before we left the daily briefing: ‘I want everyone to go home safe tonight,’” Landman said. “We are trying to preach the gospel that people have to be careful when they’re behind the wheel. If you don’t pay attention, you could become a statistic.”

Safety Research Consultants, Inc., training ranges from backing safely to forklift safety, drug and alcohol recognition, and accident investigation. Classes are offered to drivers, supervisors and landfill equipment operators. And it works.

Its uniquely designed program for one Fortune 500 company of over 35,000 employees helped cut that company’s annual losses from $100 million to $38 million in just five years.

“There’s no transportation issue we can’t handle,” Landman said. “If we can save one life, we’ve done our job.”

Management Team


Bob Landman


Jenny Parlin


Will Funk
Project Manager