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Loading and Unloading. NHTSA School Bus Driver In-Service Safety Series. Statistics. On average, about 30 school-age children die in school bus-related crashes each year. Half of all school-age pedestrians killed in school bus-related crashes are 5-7 years old.

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NHTSA School Bus Driver

In-Service Safety Series

statistics
Statistics
  • On average, about 30 school-age children die in school bus-related crashes each year.
  • Half of all school-age pedestrians killed in school bus-related crashes are 5-7 years old.
  • About two-thirds are killed by a school bus.
  • The principal point of impact is the front of the bus.
module purpose
Module Purpose
  • Review the danger zones.
  • Review how to get on and off a school bus safely.
  • Review the proper loading and unloading procedures.
  • Review the guidelines for post-trip inspections.
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Dangerous Areas

School bus danger zones

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Rules to Live By

How to get on and off a school bus safely

give the signal
Give the Signal
  • Drivers should have a “safe to cross” signal.
  • Drivers should teach this signal to their students.
  • Be aware that motorists might perceive a hand signal to a student as an indication to proceed.
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There is a right way and a wrong way to get on and off the bus

Proper loading and unloading procedures