Share your safety tips

Posted on June 17, 2010

SBF wants your contributions for a forthcoming article on ways to enhance safety at school bus operations.

The feature will consist of a variety of tips – whether they’re big or small, old or new. We plan to cover a wide range of safety areas, including on the bus, during loading/unloading, in the bus lot and in the garage.

We’re counting on including lots of submissions from all across the pupil transportation industry, so don’t hesitate to share your ideas with us.

Send detailed tips to [email protected].


Comments ( 4 )
  • James Kraemer

     | about 8 years ago

    Continued - No driver or monitor, not one, can guarantee he or she will never miss a sleeping child. Free post check mini posters and labels are available at the same SBF forum link above. BUS STOP DANGERS: No place more dangerous riding the bus to and from school than at the bus stop. It is shocking that in most years more children are run over by their own school bus than are run over by all other vehicle types and drivers styles combined. Yet, you hear little about that from this industry or in the press. Get an earful from this free eBook, 'Death at the school bus stop,' by James Kraemer. Available at the same Forum link above. Yes, it's free.

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