To fulfill Operation Lifesaver’s safety education mission, approximately 3,000 presenters nationwide deliver free presentations to a wide variety of groups about staying safe around railroad tracks and trains. Operation Lifesaver’s trained presenters truly “take safety to heart.”
Operation Lifesaver presenters are largely volunteers who donate their time to educating school groups, community organizations, driver education classes, professional drivers at trucking companies, emergency response personnel and law enforcement officers about highway-rail grade crossing safety and pedestrian rail trespass prevention. Other presenters represent local, state and federal government agencies, private companies, railroads, and other organizations.
here for more information on becoming a presenter. You may also register for a Presenter/Associate training class by
contacting your State Coordinator about becoming a trained and certified Operation Lifesaver Presenter. You can make a difference in your community!
Here are some printable PDF versions of frequently-used OL materials for presenters:
What is OL?
OL Driving Tips
Track Facts & Tips