Redinger 360 helps senior executives and their teams sustain and grow stakeholder value, and make positive impacts to global well-being.
Our risk management solutions support companies in generating a new organizational health context for organizational risk management as the vehicle, while empowering EHS and sustainability leaders and teams as the drivers.
At Redinger 360, we know that many organizations have the tools to be future-ready. Yet risk management and business continuity planning often overlook existing resources that are siloed in compliance-oriented sectors. We help corporations improve existing risk management systems and metrics that illuminate nuances in their risk profile.
Charles Redinger, PhD
As the president of Redinger 360, Charles Redinger, PhD, is a recognized leader in risk management systems and performance measurement. Sought after by corporations and regulators alike for his deep understanding of organizational health and risk analysis, Dr. Redinger’s vision includes brave new frontiers in sustainability accountability and integrated reporting, as well as risk management planning.
Since 1991, Dr. Redinger has worked with a wide range of public- and private-sector organizations, including the Department of Defense, Global 500 Companies, and the ILO and ANSI committees that developed the recent global standards for risk management, and occupational health and safety management systems. His models and tools are used throughout the world by regulators, standards developers, researchers, and private organizations.
Dr. Redinger has received numerous awards for his research and organizational work, including the Warren Cook Award from the University of Michigan School of Public Health and the Edward Baier Award from the American Industrial Hygiene Association. He has served as an adjunct professor at Tulane University School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine, and writes and teaches extensively on risk management performance improvement, system implementation, and auditing.
Dr. Redinger has a PhD in industrial health from the University of Michigan, an MPA in public policy from the University of Colorado, and a BA in chemistry from the University of California at Santa Cruz. He received a post-doctoral certificate in strategy and innovation from the MIT Sloan School of Management and is an active participant in the Society for Organizational Learning. He has served in numerous leadership positions at the American Industrial Hygiene Assocation (AIHA), including six years on its Board of Directors. Dr. Redinger is a member of the CDC/NIOSH Board of Scientific Counselors (2016-2019).
Memberships, Affiliations, and Collaborations
American Evaluation Association
American Industrial Hygiene Association
American Public Health Association
British Occupational Hygiene Association
Center for Safety & Health Sustainability
Global Reporting Initiative
Institute of Internal Auditors
NAEM (National Association of Environmental Managers)
New York Academy of Sciences
Society for Organizational Learning