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1 School Bus Drivers In-service School Bus Drivers In-service Develop a Special Needs Emergency Exit Plan

2 School Bus Drivers In-service Overview Gather Information Create an Individual Plan Create a Group Plan Practice Drills Confidentiality 2

3 School Bus Drivers In-service Know Each Student Gather Information 3

4 School Bus Drivers In-service Gather Information Team Approach Teachers School Nurse Therapist Parents/Guardians 4

5 School Bus Drivers In-service Gather Information Understand Abilities and Limitations 5

6 School Bus Drivers In-service Gather Information Understand Abilities and Limitations Physical 6

7 School Bus Drivers In-service Gather Information Understand Abilities and Limitations Mental 7

8 School Bus Drivers In-service Gather Information Understand Abilities and Limitations Sensory 8

9 School Bus Drivers In-service Gather Information Understand Abilities and Limitations Research 9

10 School Bus Drivers In-service Gather Information Understand Abilities and Limitations Research 10

11 School Bus Drivers In-service Gather Information Understand Abilities and Limitations Allergies and Reactions Research 11

12 School Bus Drivers In-service Gather Information Form Communication and Exit Strategies 12

13 School Bus Drivers In-service Gather Information How will you communicate with the student? Remember: Physical, Mental, Sensory Needs 13

14 School Bus Drivers In-service Gather Information How will the student exit the bus? Remember: Physical, Mental, Sensory Needs 14

15 School Bus Drivers In-service Create an Individual Exit Plan 15

16 School Bus Drivers In-service Individual Exit Plan Use the information you gathered 16

17 School Bus Drivers In-service Individual Exit Plan List the students Mental abilities/limitations 17

18 School Bus Drivers In-service Individual Exit Plan List the students Sensory abilities/limitations 18

19 School Bus Drivers In-service Individual Exit Plan Provide simple and helpful directions 19

20 School Bus Drivers In-service Create a Group Exit Plan 20

21 School Bus Drivers In-service Group Exit Plan Write the plan down Determine the order the students will exit Include specific instructions for each student 21

22 School Bus Drivers In-service Class Exercise – Step 1 Divide into teams – eight people to a team Count off to get your team number 22

23 School Bus Drivers In-service Class Exercise – Step 2 Find your assigned team number on H-3 23

24 School Bus Drivers In-service Class Exercise – Step 3 Divide into pairs Each pair pick a student from H-3 Each pair work together fill out H-4, the Individual Exit Plan 24

25 School Bus Drivers In-service Class Exercise – Step 4 Pairs return to your team Discuss each individual exit plan 25

26 School Bus Drivers In-service Class Exercise – Step 5 Look at Group Exit Plan H-5 Use info from the individual plan Fill out the top portion Prioritize students by Green/Yellow/Red 26

27 School Bus Drivers In-service Class Exercise – Step 6 Emergency Scenario: A car has struck the rear of the bus and is partially under the bus. The car is leaking fuel. Add a few extra details 27

28 School Bus Drivers In-service Class Exercise – Step 7 Apply more details according to your team number ….. #1 – Lift works, no bus aide #2 – Lift disabled; can lower manually, aide on board #3 – Lift works; no aide onboard #4 – Lift works, nurse onboard #5 – Lift completely disabled, no bus aide onboard #6 – Lift disabled; can lower manually, no bus aide 28

29 School Bus Drivers In-service Class Exercise – Step 6 Team Discussion Discuss the details of evacuating your group of students. Fill out procedure for evacuating students H-4 bottom portion 29

30 School Bus Drivers In-service Class Exercise – Step 7 Report back to the rest of the class – What is the value an individual plan? – What is the value of a group plan? 30

31 School Bus Drivers In-service Conduct Emergency Drills WAC Emergency exit drills and procedures Adhere to the required schedule. Include all students unless substantially difficult. Excluded students must receive oral instruction. 31

32 School Bus Drivers In-service Conduct Emergency Drills Classroom Practice Work with teachers Set up a bus configuration Use actual equipment 32

33 School Bus Drivers In-service Conduct Emergency Drills On Bus Practice Answer student’s questions. Do not rush. Walk/talk students through drill. Exit in a pre-determined order. 33

34 School Bus Drivers In-service Conduct Emergency Drills A Real World Story… 34

35 School Bus Drivers In-service Keep it Confidential Follow district policy. Use established information systems. Locate your plan in a safe place. 35

36 School Bus Drivers In-service Summary Today we discussed: Gathering information using a team Researching Identifying students abilities and limitations 36

37 School Bus Drivers In-service Summary Individual and group emergency exit plans include: – best ways to communicate – provide safe evacuation details – include simple and helpful information Emergency Exit Drills Confidentiality 37

38 School Bus Drivers In-service Evaluation 1.List three team members that may provide information for an emergency exit plan. Teachers, Occupational Therapist, Physical Therapist, School Nurse, Parents 38

39 School Bus Drivers In-service Evaluation 2. Name the three types of limitations to consider in an emergency situation. Physical, Mental, Sensory 39

40 School Bus Drivers In-service Evaluation 3.Name the two most important parts of an emergency exit plan. Communicate and Evacuate 40

41 School Bus Drivers In-service Evaluation 4.Describe two places you can practice exit drills. Classroom, On the bus 41

42 School Bus Drivers In-service Evaluation 5.Describe two examples of confidential information Student information including contacts, emergency exit plan and disability details 42

43 School Bus Drivers In-service Evaluation 6.With whom can a driver share confidential information? Law enforcement, EMS, Doctors Parent/Guardian/Drivers working directly with the students 43

44 School Bus Drivers In-service The End 44


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