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EMERGENCY EVACUATION TRAINING


School Transportation News received 307 total responses to an email survey sent in March to 5,494 readers with the job titles of transportation director and supervisor, for a response rate of over 5 percent. They answered questions about topics such as the frequency of emergency evacuation training and the development of mock casualty events. Find more results throughout this month’s magazine.


How often does your district/operation conduct emergency evacuations with students, drivers and attendants?


58% Twice per school year 23% Once per school year 11% Three times per school year 3% As needed or upon request


2% Monthly 2% Four times per school year 1% Other (none, at least twice per year, just started, etc.)


(Out of 307 responses.)


59% 86%


Readers who say emergency evacuation training involves instructing students how to safely stop the bus, if their driver becomes incapacitated.


(Out of 307 responses.)


Readers who say emergency evacuation training involves teaching students how to manually open emergency exits/roof hatches.


(Out of 304 responses.)


38% 64%


50% Yes, to school bus drivers only 35% No (Out of 296 responses.)


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Readers who teach both students and school bus drivers how to safely drag students off the bus, if necessary, during an emergency. (Out of 306 responses.)


Readers who provided anti-intruder training for school bus drivers during the recent school year.


(Out of 297 responses.)


Has your district provided anti-terrorist training for school bus environments?


10% Yes, to bus drivers and students 4% Yes, to students only


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