There is a lot of fear and uncertainty right now as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. Some student transporters are remaining on the job, delivering food to students or medical supplies. Others are out of work and not getting paid. Regardless of their situation, industry professionals are feeling anxiety about the change, whether temporary or long-term, to our societal way of life. The economy is freefalling. Thoughts of mortality are increasing. Some people are literally going stir crazy by being pent up at home. But with every challenge come opportunities through hope. Join a discussion between a medical doctor, psychologist, student transporters and HR staff on what school districts and companies can do to continue providing service to their employees during this confusing and scary time. Health and wellness are top of mind right now. What resources are available for both physical and mental health? How can remote employees continue to hone their skills? What can the industry despite this crisis to recruit new school bus drivers? This webinar will take virtual questions from the audience and provide as many answers as possible.
RecordedMar 30 202093 mins
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In this engaging webinar, you’ll hear from a panel of Cummins subject matter experts on how Cummins as a company is approaching the Path to Zero Emissions, as well as an overview of Cummins current product offerings in the school bus market, from clean diesel, natural gas, and battery electric power.
In this webinar, you’ll hear from global energy technology leader, Nuvve, as well as San Diego’s Cajon Valley Union School District (CVUSD) Assistant Superintendent of Business Services, Scott Buxbaum, and Transportation Director Tysen Brodwolf.
• Overview of vehicle-to-grid (V2G) benefits
• Important factors when first electrifying
• Considerations for scaling your electric bus fleet
• Future proofing your electric fleet with V2G
Know the details behind the misconceptions about school bus solutions, hear how to address the misconceptions to facilitate more accurate RFPs, and learn how to identify the misconceptions to maximize your surveillance dollars.
When the Covid-19 pandemic hit, United Safety started researching technologies that could protect children from bacteria and viruses including SARS-CoV-2 which causes Covid-19 so that our children could get back to school safely. United Safety has developed a two-technology solution that when used in conjunction with each other will provide a sterile environment for children riding the school buses.
- The basics of clean fuel programs – what they are and why they matter to you
- How clean fuel programs drive fleet electrification efforts
- Firsthand experience on how the program will help a school district meet its goals
- Tips for successful participation, management, and monetization
Join Steve Whaley, director of autogas business development for the Propane Education & Research Council, and take a closer look at why propane autogas might be the school bus fuel solution your district needs. Hear from two transportation directors as they share their experience with propane in their district bus fleets.
Join Ned Einstein, a consultant and expert witness as well as an editorial advisor for School Transportation News, as he shares his model plan for the safest and most effective way to get all students back to physical class by next spring, and how the existing national fleet of school buses – and the transportation professionals charged with overseeing and providing the service – fit into the overall equation.
A growing number of states are approving stop-arm camera enforcement legislation to protect student riders getting on and off the bus. Zonar and BusPatrol have partnered to help districts safeguard student riders with an exclusive bus safety technology package—funded entirely by violators.
Zero upfront capital outlay, operating or management costs for schools or districts. No catch.
Synovia Solutions presents a webinar with three student transportation experts with a combined 50 years of transportation experience sharing their insight on the tech, the supplies and the programs transportation officials need to face the COVID-19 challenge.
Denise Donaldson, CPST-I Sue Shutrump, CPST Charles Vits, CPST
The webinar brings together three instructors of the Child Passenger Safety on School Buses eight-hour seminar approved by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration to answer your burning on how to properly secure preschoolers and students with disabilities in child safety restraint systems as well as safely clean and disinfect the equipment in this age of COVID-19.
Implementing a successful photo enforcement program to educate and dissuade motorist from passing a stopped school bus in your community can present a number of challenges. Safety Vision's solution can be scaled to support school systems based on state laws and demographics, as well as preserve the necessary chain of custody with local law enforcement agencies.
Education for student transportation professionals
Children deserve a quality education, and this means they need to be able to get to and from school ready to learn. The School Transportation Network aims to provide possible solutions and strategies to overcoming the challenges society faces when attempting to provide safe, efficient and cost-effective transportation for the nation's school children. It is presented by School Transportation News, a monthly news and feature magazine that reports on current events affecting school districts, school transporters, educators, parents, public policymakers, and the private enterprise that support them. Webinar topics include transportation technology, alternative fuels, maintenance, management, operations and more.
Transporting Hope: Empowering Student Transporters Amid COVID-19Julius Cesar, Ryan Hahn, Steve Miller, Dr. Adam Saenz & Dr. Stephen Sroka[[ webcastStartDate * 1000 | amDateFormat: 'MMM D YYYY h:mm a' ]]93 mins