Train to Drive for agricultural workers


Play the video below, or select another device — such as mobile or tethered headset — to experience “Train to Drive for Agricultural Workers.” Now get in the driver's seat, and put your rail safety knowledge to the test!

Select your device

VR version coming soon. 

Alternatively if you would like to view the 360 version, you can click on the "Launch" button below. (You may require Chrome browser to use this and a phone with a gyroscope). 

Once launched, press the play button and turn your phone horizontal. Click on the full screen button on the bottom right to fill the screen. Press any option that comes up to select it. 


  1. If you are using an iPhone, you must first install the 360Flix app (free). Get it on the App store: 
  2. In the app, click the 3 bars on top left to bring up the menu
  3. Click on the "Activate" button, or on the copyright notice 3 times
  4. When "Login/Activation" comes up, enter code ECJ-5AV
  5. Click arrow back to main page
  6. You should see "Operation Lifesaver B-Train project", click on the icon to start

360 Mode
In 360 mode, move the phone around to look around. Press options when they appear to select them.

VR Mode
To enter VR, press the VR glasses symbol in the bottom right corner, insert the phone into a Cardboard viewer (you will require the Cardboard 2.0 spec viewer with a button). Look through the viewer and turn your head to look around. When you're looking at an interactive event, a small dot will appear to notify you that you're selecting that event. Use the Cardboard button to select the option you're looking at.  
  1. Go to the Oculus Go store  
  2. Search for and download the 360Flix app
  3. Open the app
  4. Click on the "Activate" button at the bottom
  5. Enter the code ECJ 5AV 
  6. Click on the 'Operation Lifesaver B-Train’ icon once it appears, and use the Go controller to select options that appear
Click on the "Launch" button below to launch the experience (you will require a Chrome or Firefox browser for it to work properly).  

Once launched, use your left mouse button to select options. Hold left mouse button and move mouse to look around.  


Win a VR Headset

We want to know what you thought of the Train to Drive videos. Click on the survey button below to tell us about your experience. Everyone who answers will be entered into a draw to win a virtual-reality headset.

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Below are some quick rail safety driving tips, as well as more detailed tip sheet that you can download to print or share. Be sure to follow these tips when you’re behind the wheel—they could save your life.

Slow down and be prepared to stop when approaching a rail crossing.

Adjust your speed according to road conditions, weather conditions (visibility), and the
weight of your vehicle and cargo.

Don’t proceed through a railway crossing unless you have a clear view of the tracks and are certain no trains are approaching in either direction, on any track.

When stopped at a crossing, look carefully in both directions for approaching trains, and
move your head and eyes to see around obstructions such as mirrors and windshield

Know the length of your vehicle. In heavy traffic, wait until there is room
on the other side of the crossing before proceeding through.



Always cross tracks in low gear without shifting to reduce the chances of having your
vehicle stall in the crossing.


Evacuate passengers and leave your vehicle if it stalls or gets stuck on the tracks, and
call the railway or 911 immediately to stop rail traffic.