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TRANSCAER

Transportation Community Awareness and Emergency Response (TRANSCAER) is a transportation industry initiative supporting the training and education of emergency responders and local agencies for communities.

In support of the TRANSCAER effort, the BNSF Hazardous Materials Team has trained more than 52,000 community emergency service personnel since 1996. These responders include fire, police, emergency medical technicians, Hazardous Materials, public works, state and federal agencies, and similar personnel from American Indian reservations.

Training locations have included:

 

CityStateCityState
Flagstaff Arizona Lincoln Nebraska
Phoenix Arizona Sutton Nebraska
Bakersfield California Albuquerque New Mexico
Corona California Gallup New Mexico
Devore California Laguna New Mexico
Oakland California Socorro New Mexico
San Bernardino California Eugene Oregon
San Marcos California Klamath Falls Oregon
Turlock California Redmond Oregon
Vernon California Salem Oregon
Denver Colorado Amarillo Texas
Ft. Collins Colorado El Paso Texas
Sandpoint Idaho Pampa Texas
Macomb Illinois Sweetwater Texas
McDonough Illinois Bellingham Washington
Hutchinson Kansas Everette Washington
Mulvane Kansas Kelso Washington
Olathe Kansas Pasco Washington
Wellington Kansas Puyallup Washington
Wichita Kansas Seattle Washington
Springfield Missouri Spokane Washington
Sullivan Missouri Tacoma Washington
Billings Montana Vancouver Washington
Great Falls Montana Wenatchee Washington
Havre Montana Pepin Wisconsin
Shelby Montana Riverton Wyoming
Whitefish Montana Wheatland Wyoming