RAIL SAFETY STUDENTS SAFETY FORUM
An Educational wing of
ALL INDIA RAIL SAFETY COUNCIL
Welcome to All India Rail Safety Council
We are on a mission to empower you to improve your own and
others’ safety around trains and train tracks. We believe that you hold an
important role in shaping the future of rail safety.
This website is for primary and high school students; to
encourage you to become rail safety activists in your community, and arm you
with the appropriate knowledge and skills so you can demonstrate your positive
and safe actions to adults, children, and your peers.
We support you taking the initiative to work with others in your
community, to develop solutions to local issues and maximize your impact on
your own and others’ safety.
Thank you for expressing an interest in becoming part of the all
India rail safety council family.
We work together, as a group of people with a wide range of
skills and interests and are all involved in supporting the operation of the
railway, as it steams along the line between AIRSC and Railways. If you would
like to work within a heritage, environment, support the operation of our
unique rail safety programs and help others to enjoy their railway experience,
we would love to have you on board. Our volunteers are from all walks of life
and range in age from 6 year olds to 80 years young.
Our specialized rail safety programs caters for those aged
between 6 and 18 years of age.
To become a registered volunteer with ALL INDIA RAIL SAFETY
COUNCIL, please complete this application form and forward it to
No: 1/22,Workspace, Asaf Ali Road,
DIRECT LINE +91 7397427456
or via e-mail to email@example.com. After receipt, you
will be contacted to set up a time to
complete the AIRSC Pathways Program to discuss your interests and skills
and to identify a match with an entry level role in
The Railway. All information that you provide will be treated in
strict confidence and in accordance with the AIRSC Information Privacy Act
Please Download Application: https://www.railsafety.co.in/Admin/mrpardeshguest/3_2019-12-24_11_45_26.pdf