Become an Operation Lifesaver Presenter
Become an Operation Lifesaver Volunteer!
If you enjoy public speaking and would like to tell people about safety around the rails, consider becoming an Operation Lifesaver Presenter.
Each year thousands of people in Oklahoma -- including school children, drivers education students, school bus operators, professional truck drivers, law enforcers, emergency responders, state fair attendees and members of civic organizations -- receive Operation Lifesaver's safety messages from an OL-trained and certified Presenter or Associate.
To become a nationally certified Operation Lifesaver presenter, you must attend a 10 1/2 hour course taught by a Operation Lifesaver Presenter Trainer and successfully pass the course. The course is free to the public. Once you have passed the course, you will give a presentation to be monitored by a certified Operation Lifesaver presenter. After receiving an acceptable rating on this presentation, you will be a certified presenter and will receive all of your visual aids and supplies for FREE. To keep your Operation Lifesaver certification active, you will be required to give four presentations within one calendar year of your first monitored presentation.
To start this process, we are asking you to complete -this questionaire- and submit it to Oklahoma Operation Lifesaver.
Click -here- to contact your state coordinator for more information on becoming an Operation Lifesaver volunteer.
OL volunteers are people from all walks of life: locomotive engineers and other train crew members, teachers, retirees, health professionals, police officers, truck drivers, students and maybe even you!
Click -here- to open the Volunteer Contract form in Adobe Acrobat (PDF) format. You will need Adobe Acrobat Reader to read the contract. It may be downloaded by clicking the button below.