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Operation Lifesaver is a non-profit, international continuing public education program.



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Operation Lifesaver is a non-profit, international continuing public education program first established in 1972 to end collisions, deaths and injuries at places where roadways cross train tracks, and on railroad rights-of-way.

Operation Lifesaver programs are sponsored cooperatively by federal, state, and local government agencies; highway safety organizations, and the nation’s railroads.

Frequently Asked Questions

How does Operation Lifesaver accomplish its lifesaving goals?

Operation Lifesaver’s trained and certified volunteer speakers provide free safety presentations for various professions and for all age groups in order to increase public safety around railroad tracks. Educational brochures and videos, coloring books for children and training information can be found on this website.

Is there an Operation Lifesaver office in my state?

Absolutely. There are Operation Lifesaver programs in 50 states and the District of Columbia. There are also Operation Lifesaver programs in Canada, Mexico, England, Argentina, and Estonia.

How can I get more information about Operation Lifesaver and become better informed about rail safety?

You can contact your State Coordinator to learn more about highway-rail grade crossing safety and key tips for staying safe around tracks and trains.

Free presentations are available for anyone who lives or travels near train tracks. Call 800-537-6224 for more information.

How can I volunteer?

Volunteer by contacting your State Coordinator online, or call Operation Lifesaver, Inc. at 800-537-6224.

http://www.oli.org/
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