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BNSF On Guard Program's Latest Poster
BNSF has released the latest poster highlighting the importance of not making assumptions about what a trespasser looks like. Click on the poster for a larger image.
All Citizens Can Be Team Members
At BNSF we have a responsibility to ourselves and the communities we serve to insure safety and security as much as possible. The most important thing is to BE AWARE. Citizens and employees must watch for those that wish to harm us, BNSF or the community, and report any situation that presents a safety or security concern.
BNSF’s Police is an accredited law enforcement agency with police officers who help ensure security on BNSF property. You are encouraged to help report suspicious activities by calling the Resource Operations Communications Center, managed by BNSF, anytime at 1-800-832-5452.
BNSF's Extra Eyes
When reporting criminal or suspicious activity, be prepared to describe what happened, when it happened or when you saw it, where it took place, mileposts or other details when possible and who was involved, describing suspects or suspicious persons including vehicles, license plate information and other witnesses that may have been there.
Trains Magazine editor Jim Wrinn summarizes the need for community involvement in rail security. Click here to read the editorial.