Operation Lifesaver Tennessee

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Operation Lifesaver Tennessee
Jill Moody, State Coordinator
121 Pennystone Circle
Franklin, TN 37067

Phone: (615)656-1223

Email: jill@tnol.org


About Operation Lifesaver Tennessee

Operation Lifesaver Tennessee is a statewide, non-profit public awareness and education program dedicated to ending tragic collisions, fatalities, and injuries at highway-rail grade crossings and on railroad property.

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OPERATION LIFESAVER TENNESSEE WANTS YOU AND YOUR FAMILY TO BE SAFE AROUND HIGHWAY-RAIL GRADE CROSSINGS AND TRAINS!

Our volunteer speakers, called Presenters, are available, free of charge, to provide important safety information to professional truck and bus drivers, school bus drivers, drivers education classes, elementary school students, law enforcement and emergency responders, and other civic organizations.

For further information, or to arrange a presentation please contact our State Coordinator, Jill Moody.

Many more learning tools can be found at our National Office's website.

EVENTS

NEWS

YouTube: Fox/Birdie

Railroad safety video intended for children by using cartoon characters to teach railroad safety. A 1992 classic now available, along with many other Operation Lifesaver videos and news segments from around the US, on YouTube. A great resource! MORE

Fun For Kids

Learning about railroad crossing safety is fun with our beginner and advanced word search and unscrambe games. You can also print our our coloring book pages for a fun classroom activity and discussion starter. MORE

For Law Enforcement

Operation Lifesaver has developed a Grade Crossing Collision Investigation (GCCI) course for law enforcement officers in cooperation with the law enforcement community. Courses are available in 4-hour, 8-hour, and 16-hour lengths to fit your schedule. MORE

For Teachers

Teacher Resources can be used to supplement lesson plans or as stand-alone components. Railroad safety messages and images are available for classroom use via video clips, PSAs, pictures, bulletin board ideas, newsletter articles, award certificates and free OL presentations. MORE

Engineering Safety

We support and encourage the kinds of continued engineering research and innovation responsible for having greatly improved the safety of America's railroad crossings because whenever two modes of transportation share the same section of roadway, as they do at highway-rail grade crossings, the possibility for a collision exists. LEARN MORE