On Saturday, April 21, 2018, Safe Rail Communities enthusiastically launched our Rail Safety Toolkit for Residents, a national resource. This toolkit was born of an appeal from residents who didn’t know what to do after a derailment in the west end of Toronto in the early hours of an August Sunday morning in 2016. Finding little support to address these concerns, Safe Rail Communities began to pull together a variety of resources related to rail safety. In partnership with Transport Canada, York University’s Advanced Disaster and Emergency Response Simulation (ADERSIM) program, Disaster and Emergency Management consultants, One Degree Government Relations Corp., and amazing volunteers, we were able to produce this important rail safety toolkit.
We are pleased to provide here two electronic versions of this toolkit, one for professional printing, and one for office printing:
For professional printing:
Safe Rail Communities Rail Safety Toolkit: For Residents (Professional Printing Version)
For in home or office printing:
Safe Rail Communities Rail Safety Toolkit: For Residents (Home or Office Printing Version)
A French version will follow.
If you would like us to introduce this tool to your group of students, residents, or neighbours, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.