The national school bus contractor has begun managing operations for Quality Bus Service. Founder Michael Martucci will stay on with the company.
The awards recognize employees who best demonstrate the company’s core values in the categories of Safety, Customer, People, Community, and Excellence.
The American Red Cross gives the contractor the “Good Neighbor Award” for transporting Cincinnati volunteers to distribute smoke alarms to families in need.
Shawn Sawyer from Durham School Services and Ross Hamre from Petermann Bus won first place in the Massachusetts and Ohio safety competitions.
The school bus contractor is using an analytics platform from ByteCurve to enhance data analysis at its operations.
Petermann Bus transports American Red Cross staff and volunteers in Cincinnati to distribute smoke detectors as part of the “A Cause for Alarms: Mega Blitz 2017” event.
Robert Gillen, a maintenance technician for Petermann in Pennsylvania, earns the Automotive Service Excellence Master Technician certification.
National Express, which includes Durham School Services, will add the Fogmaker fire suppression system on its new school bus purchases.
The company presents awards in categories such as Safety, Customer, People, Community, and Excellence at a recent ceremony in London.
Team members raised money through sales of red noses to help raise awareness for young people in need. Proceeds from the campaign will be distributed to 12 nonprofit organizations.
The company presented awards in the categories of Safety, Customer, People, Community and Excellence at a celebration in London on March 26.
Partnering with law enforcement, taking advantage of federal security assessments and student tracking are some of the measures contractors are taking to ensure a safer school bus ride.
The school bus contracting firm’s 2014 contest drew more than 230 submissions, and winners in four categories earned $1,000 each.