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REMINDER: Webinar to offer tips for 2-way radios

Posted on April 15, 2013

A free web seminar on Wednesday will highlight best practices and benefits of two-way radios for school buses.

The webinar, “Digital Two-Way Radios: Bolstering Communications, Security & Compliance,” will be presented by SCHOOL BUS FLEET and Motorola on April 17 at 2 p.m. EDT.

Topics to be discussed include:

• How two-way radios can enhance security and emergency preparedness
• Best practices for clear communication between dispatchers and drivers
• How one school district overcame communication coverage gaps
• How to make sure you’re compliant with cell phone restrictions and the FCC narrowbanding mandate

Speakers will include Dr. Jon Turner, assistant superintendent of Dallas County (Mo.) R-I School District, and Theresa Anderson of TM Anderson Consulting LLC. SBF Executive Editor Thomas McMahon will moderate.

To register, go here.

Related Topics: emergency planning, school bus security, two-way radios

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