Posted on November 1, 2001
Videos “Preventing Problem Behaviors on Your School Bus” and “Trouble on Board: Managing Crisis Situations on Your School Bus” From the Crisis Prevention Institute in Brookfield, Wis., this two-volume video series trains school bus drivers to manage disruptive and violent student behavior. The videos include instruction in recognizing the signs of trouble, setting limits for students and handling threats of fights or weapons. For more information, visit the center’s Website at or call (800) 558-8976. Websites Operation Lifesaver Inc. Dedicated to reducing collisions, injuries and fatalities at highway-rail grade crossings, Operation Lifesaver’s Website offers statistics, safety tips and educational materials, as well as a list of state coordinators to contact to schedule a highway-rail safety presentation at your district or operation. Training Manuals Mini Guide to the Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards and Related Regs This guide describes briefly each of the FMVSSs and provides definitions of terms used in them. It also includes a summary of important sections from the National Traffic and Motor Vehicle Safety Act. The guide is available on the Website for the National Association of State Directors of Pupil Transportation Services at
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