NYSBCA Partners with BUSING on the LOOKOUT
Human traffickers are counting on people not paying attention and not knowing the signs to look for or the questions to ask. If every bus driver and employee could be trained to identify the signs of human trafficking and how to report it effectively, imagine how many victims could be recovered and, potentially, how many traffickers could be arrested!
When most people think of outsourcing transportation, they envision the full-service business model, where the school bus company provides everything from buses to route creation. Increasingly, though, school districts are working with contractor partners to design outsourcing models that are more appropriate for their needs.
National School Bus Safety Week is an active and evolving public education program designed to promote school bus safety. For many years, school districts throughout the country have been observing a School Bus Safety Week. The National Association for Pupil Transportation, the National School Transportation Association and the National Association of State Directors of Pupil Transportation Services joined forces to form the National School Bus Safety Week Committee and coordinate School Bus Safety Week activities throughout the country. Find out how you can get involved by reviewing the resource guide above.
Everyday interesting and potentially newsworthy things are happening within your company and in your industry. Your company may be implementing new training to improve safety, introducing cutting-edge technologies to improve service, or just recognizing an employee for exemplary service. The Public Relations portion of the website is designed to give you a basic understanding of: how to spot a newsworthy story, how to draft a professional news advisory and release and how to talk to journalists.