"We are dedicated to educating Texans how to be safe around tracks and trains."

Become a volunteer, or request a free presentation.

Who We Are

Texas Operation Lifesaver is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit public safety organization committed to reducing the number of tragic incidents at highway-rail grade crossing intersections and trespassing on railroad rights-of-way.

By making free Operation Lifesaver presentations to all age groups and to various professions (bus drivers, professional truck drivers, law enforcement, first responders, and others), our organization educates the public on how to make good decisions around railways in order to stay safe and alive.

Supported by group-appropriate visual materials, videos, and brochures, these presentations encourage the citizens of Texas to become actively involved in enhancing rail safety in their communities.

Events

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Events for 2017

 

The next Texas Operation Lifesaver face-to-face class for Volunteers is now scheduled for May 30 and 31, 2017, in the Houston area (The Woodlands).  Eligible applicants will be contacted during this month, March.  Class size will be ten (10) student per class and  applicants only have to attend one class.

This is the year that Texas Operation Lifesaver will celebrate its 40th Anniversary.  Events are now being planned and more info is forthcoming.

Operation Lifesaver, Inc. has announced that September 24-30, 2017, will be U.S. Rail Safety Week.  The goal of Rail Safety Week is to raise awareness across the United States of the need for rail safety education and empower the general public to keep themselves safe near highway-rail grade crossings and railroad rights-of-way.

 

 

 

 

Request a Presentation

We can schedule a free rail safety presentation in your Texas community, with sufficient advance notice.

If you do not hear from us in 1-2 business days, please call us at (254) 857-4454.

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