Bus Safety Test
The best definition of safety is:
"Absence of accidents."
"Freedom from risk."
You reduce the risk of hitting a pedestrian during a left turn if you:
Pre-Trip your bus
Keep a four-second following distance
Rock and roll
Accidents are unplanned events that disrupt activity, affect people and:
involve an injury.
Without exception, __________ are at the root cause of accidents.
The 300:29:1 theory points out that we must focus on:
behaviors BEFORE an accident occurs
actions we take AFTER an accident occurs
vehicular failures as causes of accidents
An example of an unsafe behavior pattern is:
failing to consistently count the children as they exit the bus
parking in the same parking space
driving the same route every day
Once you've identified the most common accidents and their related behaviors you should:
stop worrying about accidents
accept the risk for doing those behaviors
begin avoiding those behaviors
A good way to be free from the risk of having a safety problem with your school bus is to:
ALWAYS back the bus up
ALWAYS perform a thorough pre-trip inspection
NEVER count the children away from the bus
If you ALWAYS stay four seconds behind the vehicle in front of you, you will:
NEVER run the risk of having a preventable accident
greatly reduce the chance of having a rear end collision
have a hard time staying on schedule with your school bus route
The main point of the Rock and Roll technique is to:
avoid hitting a pedestrian in your blind spot
stay alert while you're driving a long distance
drive in a manner that helps you avoid backing the bus
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