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On the School Bus

Quiz 3

Choose the best answer for the following multiple choice questions. Your answers will be marked electronically and results will be provided to you after you complete the quiz. You may print a copy of your results.


The most important aspect of boarding and exiting is


a) Using indicators
b) Timeliness
c) Safety


The key aspect of school bus operation is


a) Boarding and exiting
b) Building relationships
c) Keeping to the schedule


School bus operators are guided by


a) School board policy
b) Common sense
c) School policy


Accessible services operators must


a) Never touch a passenger
b) Secure passengers
c) Watch to be sure passengers secure themselves properly


School bus operators always use flashing lights to stop traffic


a) Not relevant
b) No
c) Yes


Bus operators watch that aisles are clear


a) Yes, and request that passengers remove obstructions
b) No, it is unsafe to request actions of passengers
c) No, it is up to the passengers to keep belongings out of the aisle


Bus operators who maintain constant speeds


a) Provide comfortable rides
b) Fall behind in their schedule
c) Risk being cut off in traffic


Responsible bus operators


a) Adopt acceptable standards of hygiene
b) Adhere to company dress codes and adopt acceptable standards of hygiene
c) Adhere to company dress codes


A good way to provide customer service to a passenger on an accessible service bus is to


a) Become informed about various disabilities
b) Give extra help
c) See the person first and the disability second


Non-verbal communication involves


a) Body language
b) Words
c) Tone of voice


Good customer service is based on


a) Decision-making skills
b) Communication skills
c) Problem-solving skills


No public transit bus has seatbelts


a) False, school buses have seat belts
b) False, accessible services have seat belts
c) True


The steps to boarding and exiting are


a) Watching passengers, pulling in, helping passengers, indicating
b) Pulling in, watching passengers, helping passengers, pulling out
c) Watching passengers, pulling in, helping passengers, pulling out


School bus operators use the principle of a safety zone to


a) Ensure safe boarding and exiting
b) Ensure the safety of students on board
c) Ensure safe merging into traffic


Written Answer Question.


Provide examples of how good communications skills will help resolve difficulties in the following three scenarios: 1) A student passenger who is acting inappropriately; 2) An unexpected detour forces you away from a normal student pick-up location; and 3) While operating in a rural area the vehicle suffers a mechanical failure that renders the vehicle unsafe to continue.

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Part 3: On the Long Haul