Professional Drivers

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Alive and Truckin’

What A training program (video available) and support materials for truck driver instructors, students, and a quiz for everyone
Who Professional truck drivers, instructors, and students
Why The goal of this module is to reduce truck-train collisions nationwide by bringing this video and safety materials to professional truck drivers

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Live to Help Another Day

What Training program (video available) and support materials for emergency response instructors, students, and a quiz for everyone
Who EMS, firefighters, police officers, and all those who respond to emergencies.
Why To make emergency responders aware of the potential dangers that exist at highway/railway crossings, and the steps to ensure their own safety as well as those in their care.

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Make it a Round Trip

What A training program (video available) and support materials for school bus driving instructors, students, and a quiz for everyone
Who Professional school bus drivers and substitute drivers.
Why The information contained in this program increases driver awareness of potential dangers at highway/railway crossings. It also teaches procedures to follow at such crossings to ensure the safety of their passengers and themselves.

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Motor Coach & Transit Drivers

What A training program (video available) and support materials for motor coach and transit driver instructors, students, and a quiz for everyone
Who Professional motor coach and transit drivers, instructors, and students
Why To reduce vehicle-train collisions nationwide by bringing this video and safety material to professional motor coach and transit drivers

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Newly Licensed Drivers

What A training program (video available) and support materials for driver instructors, students, newly-licensed drivers, and a quiz for everyone
Who Newly-licensed drivers (also see www.TraintoDrive.net)
Why To reduce vehicle-train collisions nationwide by bringing this video and safety material to newly-licensed drivers

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Tips for Emergency Responders

What A guide to emergency responders (fire, police, EMS, etc.) on how to keep themselves and those in their care safe around trains and railway property.
Who EMS, firefighters, police officers, and all those who respond to emergencies.
Why Emergency responders devote their lives to the care of others. Taking care of others and themselves around trains, crossings, and railway property is critical. These tips help emergency responders look, listen, and live, even in trying circumstances.

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Tips for Professional Truck Drivers

What A guide to professional truck drivers on how to keep themselves, their truck, their cargo and others safe around trains, crossings, and railway property.
Who Professional truck drivers
Why Professional truck drivers spend their working days on the road, frequently encountering highway/railway crossings, trains, and other railway property. These tips are meant to reduce truck-train collisions nationwide and keep everyone safer on the road.

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Tips for School Bus Drivers

What A guide to school bus drivers on how to keep themselves and those in their care safe around trains, crossings, and railway property.
Who Professional school bus drivers and substitute drivers.
Why The route to and from school often involves crossing railway tracks at authorized crossings. These tips help school bus drivers look, listen, and live, while securing their precious cargo, the children.

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Tips for Snowplow Operators

What A tip sheet for snowplow operators to stay safe on and around railway property, especially level crossings.
Who Snowplow operators, trainers, road maintenance foremen and civic/rural administrators.
Why Snowplow operators frequently encounter level crossings and railway property. Following these tips may make the difference between life and death. From sticking blades to steep grades, many situations can leave a snowplow and its driver where they do not want to be – in front of a moving train. Snowplow operators sometimes inadvertently pile snow where it shouldn’t be – on or around railway equipment, gates or signals. Learn to avoid such unsafe situations by following the tips outlined in this brochure.

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