Etiquette and manners for the bus staff are extremely important. Parents, teachers and children all interact with them and it is necessary for the staff to speak well and be well dressed. The perception built about the bus staff takes place due to their appearance and language, hence cleanliness is extremely important to them.
Bus attendants have to be aware and alert at all times. Bus drivers have the responsibility of transporting school children on time and to drive safely while paying attention to the traffic on the road. This video highlights just some of the issues that bus staff have to deal with on a regular basis and what they can do to safely navigate them.
Etiquette and manners on a school bus are important for the bus staff. Communication with children has to be effective and bus attendants must be better prepared to deal with the needs of children. The bus attendants should also be prepared to deal with any emergency that might take place during the school bus ride and need to keep a list of emergency phone numbers in hand, should they need to call for help.
School teachers and parents trust the bus attendants with the safety and care of the children in the bus. The bus staff must understand their importance in the safe keep of children who travel to school.
The 'Hamare Bus Ki Baat Hai' programme is built on five pillars, Communication skills, responsibility, etiquette and manners, attitude for accident and difficulties faced by the bus staff. Watch some of the sessions conducted by the programme at play to enhance the safety skills of the bus staff.
A session on how communication can get distorted when having too many participants. Communication skills is one of the pillars of the 'Hamare bus Ki Baat Hai' programme. This session deals with how effective communication can lead to safer school bus rides for children.
Fun and exciting sessions are part of the 'Hamare Bus Ki Baat Hai' programme. These are created to help enhance the safety skills of the school bus staff but also improving their communication skills with parents and children, which can lead to safer school bus rides for all.