Increase the effectiveness of your driver training through interactive exercises, provocative speakers and team building.
Too often, new school bus drivers and attendants are assigned the task of transporting special-education students without adequate training.
Although there are exceptions, industry experts say specific lift procedures need to be closely followed. Driver and attendant training is critical, they add.
School districts are often hesitant to expand first aid training because of liability and confidentiality concerns.
These tips on training, equipment, communication, information and program monitoring can improve the safety and efficiency of your operation.
No piece of equipment can replace a good driver and attendant training program.
Drivers in the past did as was expected, and did it with much less training and education than we enjoy today. Through the years, however, the school bus driving "job" has turned into the school bus driving "profession."
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