Here are five examples of training programs that have been found to engage students while educating them on school bus safety.
Although buckling up is a habit for many kids, bus drivers need a policy, training, and community support behind them for successful enforcement. Convertible seats help with implementation.
A Durham tour in Iowa and a Calhoun County open house in Alabama are great examples of public awareness initiatives that promote the value of pupil transportation.
Two initiatives that the National School Transportation Association has worked extensively to modify or defeat over the past few years have recently been withdrawn by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration.
With many districts expanding walking distances as a cost-savings measure, it’s time we come to grips with the reality that if no yellow bus is available, someone else will fill the void.
To bolster protection of passengers with mobility devices, training expert Darren Reaume shares tips for getting the best fit with securement equipment.
Opportunities to save money on health insurance premiums by participating in health screenings and fitness and education activities motivate employees while helping employers save on claims and reap the benefits of a healthier workforce.
After a string of fatal crashes shook the industry, the time is ripe to refocus on the fundamentals of transportation management, from hiring the right people to putting the needs of children first.
Certainly, driving a school bus involves doing more than “one thing,” but every task is part of the bigger task at hand: safely transporting students to and from school.
NSTA says that after having been on the defense for many years due to continued regulatory burdens placed on the industry, a new bill takes an offensive step forward.
Pre-trip inspections, defensive driving, and behavior management are among the vital topics covered in video and online training offerings.
Many Top 50 survey respondents offer bonuses or other monetary incentives. Nearly half ramp up their advertising to recruit drivers as shortages continue to be a challenge.
Our discussion this month covers stop-arm running, drug and alcohol testing, employee recruitment, and other topics with the Quality Bus Service owner and NYSBCA president.