Railroad Safety for Professional Drivers preview
Take a virtual road trip with this preview of Operation Lifesaver's Railroad Safety for Professional Truck Drivers program - custom learning for the professional driver. The interactive, internet-based scenarios prepare professional truck drivers for real on-the-road situations behind the wheel.
Two Tracks - “Look to Live” Driver Ed Rail Safety Scenario
A scenario from Operation Lifesaver's "Look to Live" driver ed video shows why paying attention to the warning signs at railroad crossings can save your life.
Kids love playgrounds. But Operation Lifesaver's PSA shows that even they may look inviting, train tracks are only for trains. Tags: Operation Lifesaver, rail safety, playgrounds, videos, kids
Like to run? Operation Lifesaver's rail safety PSA illustrates why you should never use train tracks for a running route.
Safe Places - Passenger Rail Safety
Waiting for a train to arrive? This Operation Lifesaver PSA shows that where you wait is important.
The Fisherman’s Tale
This Operation Lifesaver rail safety PSA uses a classic "silent movie" approach to make a serious point - never use train tracks for a shortcut or a pathway. Railroads and recreation don't mix!
Where’s the Best Man?
Where’s the Best Man? tells the story of a missing best man racing to his friend’s wedding. A hasty decision to ‘save time’ at the crossing brings consequences, raising the question: “Getting there. Is it worth your life?”
What happens to you in a vehicle-train crash?
Dr. Todd Thoma, a National Highway Traffic Safety Administration Fellow and director of the Level I Trauma Center at Louisiana State University, talks about what can happen when drivers let their attention drift from the road.
The Difference Starts with You
An overview of the mission and activities of Operation Lifesaver, the national, nonprofit rail safety education organization.
Shark PSA (Spanish version) - Crossing
The Spanish-language version of Operation Lifesaver's animated :30 PSA shows that staying safe at railroad crossings is just common sense.