Operation Lifesaver is an nonprofit,
nationwide public education program
designed to eliminate collisions, deaths, and
injuries at highway-rail intersections and on
railroad rights-of-way. It is sponsored
cooperatively by a wide variety of partners,
including federal, state and local
government agencies, highway safety and
transportation organizations, and the
nation's railroads.  For more information on
Nevada's Operation Lifesaver program
contact Richard or Ken below, or go to the
national page at
www.OLI.org.

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Nevada State Operation Lifesaver Coordinator
Richard D. Gent
Level 2 Trainer
(775) 426-3820
info@olnv.org
Operation Lifesaver - Nevada
What is Operation Lifesaver?
Look . . . Listen . . . Live!
¡Mira...Escuche...Viva!
Southern Nevada Regional Operation Lifesaver
Coordinator
Ken Carr
(702)271-9070
OLISNV@cox.net
QUICK NEWS
NOTE:

Public Info
Safety Site

"Common Sense
Use It"

Visit and Bookmark
Commonsenseuseit.com
This Common Sense public
safety campaign is designed
to remind each and every
one of us to use
this often overlooked and
underrated human faculty,
especially around railroad
tracks.
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Try clicking on a picture!
Parents!
A Great site for children!
Click on Sly Fox and Birdie
below
Click on the
Operation
Lifesaver logo
to go to our
National Site!
Northern Nevada Regional Operation Lifesaver
Coordinator
Raymond Ritch, Ph.D.
(775)527-7870
nwnv@olnv.org