Introducing OL’s new “one-stop shop” for rail safety

Out with the old and in with the new.
Operation Lifesaver (OL) is starting 2018 off right with a new and improved website: The new site replaces all our former sites, ensuring our rail safety resources are just a simple click away. Plus, we’ve added cool features like an interactive map with nationwide rail incident statistics and an easy application process for our new Rail Safety Ambassadors.  
“It was time for an update. We really want to ensure our website provides users with easy access to the rail safety information and resources they’re looking for,” says Operation Lifesaver’s National Director, Sarah Mayes. “By offering all of our resources under one umbrella, we’ll be better able to showcase the great work we’re doing with our partners to educate Canadians and promote rail safety—and ultimately, save lives.”
The new site is where you will find our weekly blog, but it is also the place to: We hope you like the more modern look and feel of the site; it seems our partners do. Here’s what some of them have to say:
"As a proud partner of Operation Lifesaver (OL), CP congratulates OL on the new website which will help to further educate Canadians and reduce preventable rail-related incidents.”
Leah Ryan, CP Public Affairs
"VIA Rail is excited to share the launch of the new Operation Lifesaver web platform. The revamped website design and navigation not only looks great, but makes awareness and information delivery much more efficient. We believe it will be instrumental in helping to reduce hazardous behaviour around trains and rail properties."
Jean Sébastien Defoy, VIA Rail Canada
“Developing and launching a new website is both challenging and exciting. We all look forward to the new Operation Lifesaver online presence and hope it will make the task of spreading the rail safety message an easier one for everyone. Congratulations to the developers on a job well done.”
Lloyd Hobbs, Vice President, SafetyNL
“The new site looks very fresh and modern, with engaging photos that will appeal to a younger audience. I especially like the Railway Crossing and Trespassing Incidents Map, which gives an effective visual representation of statistics by province.”
Valerie Smith, Director, Parachute
"Operation Lifesaver's webpage has a wealth of information and provides a great resource section. It has lots of new tools to help spread the message about rail safety. "
Charlene Dishaw, Western Regional Coordinator, Operation Lifesaver