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3 Bus Incident Report Writing
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4 Why Are We Doing This Training
Bus Incident Report Writing Why Are We Doing This Training By giving clear information, the Risk Management Department is better able to decide whether to pursue the third party or not. Sometimes Bus Incident Report’s are used in court and it is important that the information is accurate and clear. It could mean the difference to the outcome of the hearing. Why Do Training

5 Consequences Of Not Filling Out A Bus Incident Report Correctly
Bus Incident Report Writing Consequences Of Not Filling Out A Bus Incident Report Correctly Your Time Your Bank Account Your Licence. Your Job. Getting It Wrong

6 The Bus Incident Report
Bus Incident Report Writing The Bus Incident Report This section of the report is used to record the company driver’s details The Report

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Bus Incident Report Writing The Bus Incident Report Jane Carter was born on the 23rd May She passed her PCV test on the 17th June 2001 and has been a full time bus driver working for Arriva London at Brixton Garage since the 18th of January Her payroll number is On the day of the accident Jane was working duty 267 on route 159. This duty signs on at 0558hrs and signs off at 1459hrs. The break was from 1058hrs to 1159hrs. Apart from finishing 12 minutes late, Jane worked her hours as scheduled. Using the information above please fill out section one of the Bus Incident Report Worksheet The Report

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Bus Incident Report Writing The Bus Incident Report CARTER JANE BUS DRIVER BRIXTON FEMALE 2 3 5 1 9 8 1 7 6 2 1 1 8 1 2 5 05 58 10 58 05 58 10 58 11 59 14 59 11 59 15 11 Section one should now look like the form above. The Report

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CARTER JANE BUS DRIVER BRIXTON 2 3 5 1 9 8 FEMALE 7 6 05 58 10 11 59 14 15 Bus Incident Report Writing The Bus Incident Report CARTER JANE BUS DRIVER BRIXTON 2 3 5 1 9 8 FEMALE 7 6 05 58 10 11 59 14 15 This section of the report is used to record details of the company vehicle involved. The Report

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Bus Incident Report Writing The Bus Incident Report This is ADL14. It is a DAF Alexander ALX200 Dennis Dart. It was at West Croydon Bus Station having left Sutton at 1355hrs. It had 28 passengers on board when a route 75 collided into the rear of the vehicle. Using the information above please fill out section two of the Bus Incident Report Worksheet. The Report

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Bus Incident Report Writing The Bus Incident Report CATERHAM SUTTON 28 407 ADL14 V 641 LGC DAF ALX200 Section two should now look like the form above. The Report

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CATERHAM SUTTON 28 407 ADL14 V 641 LGC DAF ALX200 CATERHAM SUTTON 28 407 ADL14 V 641 LGC DAF ALX200 Bus Incident Report Writing The Bus Incident Report This section of the report is used to record where the incident took place. The Report

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Bus Incident Report Writing The Bus Incident Report CENTRAL RESERVATION Becmead Avenue Pendennis Road Odeon Cinema Towards Brixton Towards Croydon Streatham High Road Traffic Lights N E S W 30 Streatham LANE BUS On Friday 23rd June 2006 at 1325hrs Driver Barry Bottomley was driving his bus normally at 27mph when he was involved in a collision with Mr Ray Rumbold who was driving his own car. Driver Bottomley said he didn’t know why the car drove into him as although the street lights were off his head lights were turned on and it was a fine dry sunny day with good visibility. Barry said the car just overtook him at about 35mph and then tried to pull in front of the bus. Using the information above please fill out section three of the Bus Incident Report Worksheet. The Report Replay

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Bus Incident Report Writing The Bus Incident Report CENTRAL RESERVATION Becmead Avenue Pendennis Road Odeon Cinema Towards Brixton Towards Croydon Streatham High Road Traffic Lights N E S W 30 Streatham LANE BUS On Friday 23rd June 2006 at 1325hrs Driver Barry Bottomley was driving his bus normally at 27mph when he was involved in a collision with Mr Ray Rumbold who was driving his own car. Driver Bottomley said he didn’t know why the car drove into him as although the street lights were off his head lights were turned on and it was a fine dry sunny day with good visibility. Barry said the car just overtook him at about 35mph and then tried to pull in front of the bus. Using the information above please fill out section three of the Bus Incident Report Worksheet. The Report Replay

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Bus Incident Report Writing The Bus Incident Report CENTRAL RESERVATION Becmead Avenue Pendennis Road Odeon Cinema Towards Brixton Towards Croydon Streatham High Road Traffic Lights N E S W 30 Streatham LANE BUS On Friday 23rd June 2006 at 1325hrs Driver Barry Bottomley was driving his bus normally at 27mph when he was involved in a collision with Mr Ray Rumbold who was driving his own car. Driver Bottomley said he didn’t know why the car drove into him as although the street lights were off his head lights were turned on and it was a fine dry sunny day with good visibility. Barry said the car just overtook him at about 35mph and then tried to pull in front of the bus. Using the information above please fill out section three of the Bus Incident Report Worksheet. The Report Replay

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Bus Incident Report Writing The Bus Incident Report FRIDAY 23/06/2006 1325 STREATHAM HIGH ROAD PENDENNIS ROAD STREATHAM ODEON CINEMA 27 MPH 35 MPH 30 MPH Section three should now look like the form above. The Report

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Bus Incident Report Writing The Bus Incident Report The Report

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Bus Incident Report Writing The Bus Incident Report The Report

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Bus Incident Report Writing The Bus Incident Report This section of the report is used to record any damage to the company vehicle. The Report

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Bus Incident Report Writing The Bus Incident Report After this accident there were no injuries and the bus driver was able to finish the duty. Arriva engineers exchanged the vehicle at the roadside and took control of the damaged vehicle. Using the information above please fill out section four of the Bus Incident Report Worksheet. The Report substantial

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Bus Incident Report Writing The Bus Incident Report DENT TO FRONT NEARSIDE BUMPER, NEARSIDE HEADLIGHT BROKEN, FRONT OFFSIDE BUMPER BROKEN OFF. Section four should now look like the form above. The Report

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Bus Incident Report Writing The Bus Incident Report DENT TO FRONT NEARSIDE BUMPER, NEARSIDE HEADLIGHT BROKEN, FRONT OFFSIDE BUMPER BROKEN OFF. DENT TO FRONT NEARSIDE, NEARSIDE HEADLIGHT BROKEN, FRONT OFFSIDE BUMPER BROKEN OFF. This section of the report is used to record any damage to third party vehicles. The Report

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Bus Incident Report Writing The Bus Incident Report This is Mrs Mary Parry’s Audi A6 (registration KV04 XMG) after it had been in a collision with a bus. At the time of the accident it was being driven by her son, James Parry. James was travelling with his girlfriend at the time of the accident. James lives with his mum at 23 Stephens Court, Caterham, Surrey, CR3 6PT. The bus driver involved was unable to ascertain the drivers insurance details or telephone number. Using the information above please fill out section four of the Bus Incident Report Worksheet. The Report

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Bus Incident Report Writing The Bus Incident Report 2 JAMES PARRY MARY PARRY 23 STEPHENS COURT CATERHAM SURREY CR3 6PT NOT KNOWN KV04 XMG BLACK AUDI A6 THE NEARSIDE BUMPER, BONNET & WHEEL ARCH WERE SEVEVERLY DAMAGED AND THERE WAS ALSO LARGE DENTS TO THE REST OF THE NEARSIDE. THE VEHICLE WAS UNDRIVABLE NOT KNOWN Section five should now look like the form above. The Report

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2 JAMES PARRY MARY PARRY 23 STEPHENS COURT CATERHAM SURREY CR3 6PT NOT KNOWN KV04 XMG BLACK AUDI XXXX THE NEARSIDE BUMPER, BONNET & WHEEL ARCH WERE SEVEVERLY DAMAGED AND THERE WAS ALSO LARGE DENTS TO THE REST OF THE NEARSIDE. THE VEHICLE WAS UNDRIVABLE Bus Incident Report Writing The Bus Incident Report TOM JACKSON 35 LAKES ROAD, SE25 4PJ GARDEN WALL DESTROYED Tom Jackson lives at number 35 Lakes Road, SE25 4PJ. He told police that he was looking out of his bedroom window when he saw the bus approach the corner way too fast. He said that the bus skidded, mounted the pavement and came to rest in his front lawn. He estimated that there was about £1500 worth of damage to his garden wall. Mr Jackson said that the corner was a known black spot at this time of year due to frequent occurrences of black ice. Using the information above please fill out section six of the Bus Incident Report Worksheet. Section six should now look like the form above. This section of the report is used to record damage to any property other than vehicles. The Report

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Bus Incident Report Writing The Bus Incident Report Controller Blake from Croydon Garage attended the scene of the accident. TOM JACKSON 35 LAKES ROAD, SE25 4PJ GARDEN WALL DESTROYED BLAKE CONTROLLER CROYDON Section seven should now look like the form above. Using the information above please fill out section seven of the Bus Incident Report Worksheet. This section of the report is used to record whether or not a company official attended the accident. The Report

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Bus Incident Report Writing The Bus Incident Report The Report

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Bus Incident Report Writing The Bus Incident Report This section of the report is used to record the details of injured persons. The Report

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Bus Incident Report Writing The Bus Incident Report Mabel Young was coming home from her weekly shopping trip. The bus was crowded but she managed to get a seat in the lower saloon. Just before her stop she stood up to let a boarding passenger sit down. While she was standing she tripped over her own shopping trolley. She tried to grab hold of the hand rails but she got her hand stuck. She twisted her left wrist in the fall and also cut her forehead when it hit the seat in front of her. Mabel was the only person injured in the incident. Although the cut to her forehead looked bad, Mabel appeared to be more concerned about getting home as it was her 70th birthday today and she was expecting a visit from some of her friends. She lived at number 6 Church Road, which is in Croydon, Surrey. The driver stopped and asked Mrs Young if she required an ambulance. She didn’t want one at first but some other passengers convinced her that she did. The driver made a emergency call and shortly afterwards the ambulance arrived and Mabel was taken to King’s College Hospital. Use the information above to fill out section 8a and 8b of the Bus Incident Report Worksheet. The Report

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Bus Incident Report Writing The Bus Incident Report MABEL YOUNG ONE 6 CHURCH ROAD CROYDON SURREY 70 FEMALE CUT FOREHEAD AND INJURED HER LEFT WRIST. Section 8a should now look like the form above. The Report

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Bus Incident Report Writing The Bus Incident Report ONE MABEL YOUNG 6 CHURCH ROAD CROYDON SURREY 70 FEMALE CUT FOREHEAD AND INJURED HER LEFT WRIST. FEMALE Section 8b should now look like the form above. The Report

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ONE MABEL YOUNG 6 CHURCH ROAD CROYDON SURREY 70 FEMALE CUT FOREHEAD AND INJURED HER LEFT WRIST. Bus Incident Report Writing The Bus Incident Report FEMALE This section of the report is used to record witness details. The Report

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Bus Incident Report Writing The Bus Incident Report The driver found two witnesses to the accident. Mr P Green who lives at 12 Vicarage Lane, Norbury, SW16 and Mrs D Brown who lives at 106 Green Lane, Norbury, SW16. Both witnesses were sitting on the front nearside seats in the lower saloon of the bus. Use the information above to fill out section nine of the Bus Incident Report Worksheet. The Report

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ONE MABEL YOUNG 6 CHURCH ROAD CROYDON SURREY 70 FEMALE CUT FOREHEAD AND INJURED HER LEFT WRIST. Bus Incident Report Writing The Bus Incident Report MR P GREEN MRS D BROWN 12 VICARAGE LANE 106 GREEN LANE NORBURY NORBURY SW16 SW16 FEMALE LOWER SALOON, FRONT NEARSIDE SEATS Section nine should now look like the form above. The Report

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ONE MABEL YOUNG 6 CHURCH ROAD CROYDON SURREY 70 FEMALE CUT FOREHEAD AND INJURED HER LEFT WRIST. MR P GREEN 12 VICARAGE LANE NORBURY SW16 MRS D BROWN 106 GREEN LANE LOWER SALOON, FRONT NEARSIDE SEATS Bus Incident Report Writing The Bus Incident Report (HOSTILE) FEMALE This section of the report is used to record details of the police officer attending the scene. The Report

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Bus Incident Report Writing The Bus Incident Report At 1904hrs on the 28th November 2007 Driver Mehmet Ramji called the police and reported that he had been involved in an accident. At 1917hrs Police Constable Rasher, number ZD172, from South Norwood Police Station, (London SE25) arrived at the scene. Driver Ramji did not make a signed statement as he was distressed but was breath tested. No alcohol was found in his system. He was not cautioned and no notice of prosecution was issued. The incident number for the accident was 53236/009. Use the information above to fill out section ten of the Bus Incident Report Worksheet. The Report

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ONE MABEL YOUNG 6 CHURCH ROAD CROYDON SURREY 70 FEMALE CUT FOREHEAD AND INJURED HER LEFT WRIST. MR P GREEN 12 VICARAGE LANE NORBURY SW16 MRS D BROWN 106 GREEN LANE LOWER SALOON, FRONT NEARSIDE SEATS Bus Incident Report Writing The Bus Incident Report FEMALE SOUTH NORWOOD POLICE STATION, LONDON, SW25 RASHER ZD172 53236/009 28/11/2007 1904 Section ten should now look like the form above. The Report

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ONE MABEL YOUNG 6 CHURCH ROAD CROYDON SURREY 70 FEMALE CUT FOREHEAD AND INJURED HER LEFT WRIST. MR P GREEN 12 VICARAGE LANE NORBURY SW16 MRS D BROWN 106 GREEN LANE LOWER SALOON, FRONT NEARSIDE SEATS SOUTH NORWOOD POLICE STATION, LONDON, SW25 RASHER ZD172 53236/009 28/11/2007 1904 Bus Incident Report Writing The Bus Incident Report The Report

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Bus Incident Report Writing The Bus Incident Report This section of the report is used to sketch a diagram of the accident scene. The Report

40 The Bus Incident Report Some Tips For Completing The Sketch Correctly
Bus Incident Report Writing The Bus Incident Report Some Tips For Completing The Sketch Correctly The sketch can be the most important part of the Incident Report. Remember a picture tells a 1000 words. It is also the most common feature of the Incident Report to be inadequately filled out. Filling this section out incorrectly could lead to you giving the wrong impression of what actually happened. In some cases you may even imply you were at fault when actually you were not. The Report

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Bus Incident Report Writing The Bus Incident Report CENTRAL RESERVATION Becmead Avenue Pendennis Road Odeon Cinema Towards Brixton Towards Croydon Streatham High Road Traffic Lights N E S W 30 Streatham LANE BUS There may be a perfectly good reason why the bus is in the centre lane, such as there were parked cars occupying the nearside lane. Take the example we saw earlier: The question will be asked why the bus was in the centre lane in the first place. If that were the case the parked cars are relevent to the accident and must be included in the diagram. According to the diagram there is no reason why the bus could not have been in the nearside lane. The Report

42 The Bus Incident Report Some Tips For Completing The Sketch Correctly
Bus Incident Report Writing The Bus Incident Report Some Tips For Completing The Sketch Correctly Plan ahead. If you rush into the sketch you are likely to make an error. Do a rough sketch on paper first to make sure you can fit all the relevant information in the space provided. The Report

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Bus Incident Report Writing The Bus Incident Report Some Tips For Completing The Sketch Correctly Use a ruler. Not using a ruler will make your sketch seem very unprofessional. Remember even minor accidents may end up in court if the insurance companies cannot decide which party is to blame. The Report

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Bus Incident Report Writing The Bus Incident Report Some Tips For Completing The Sketch Correctly Use a pen. Pencil may seem a better option as you can easily correct a mistake. But the fact that the sketch can be so easily altered makes using a pencil unacceptable. Complete the sketch first. Drawing the sketch first can save a lot of time. If you do make a mistake you can start again on a new report without having to fill out the first three pages again! The Report

45 The Bus Incident Report Some Tips For Completing The Sketch Correctly
Bus Incident Report Writing The Bus Incident Report Some Tips For Completing The Sketch Correctly Draw a plan of the scene. You should be drawing the scene as it would be seen from above. A bird’s eye view. A common mistake is to draw vehicles with wheels and windows. , like this, or It is acceptable to place a triangle on the diagram to indicate the vehicle’s direction of travel. From above vehicles just look like rectangles. , like this, , like this, The Report

46 The Bus Incident Report Some Tips For Completing The Sketch Correctly
Bus Incident Report Writing The Bus Incident Report Some Tips For Completing The Sketch Correctly CENTRAL RESERVATION Becmead Avenue Pendennis Road Odeon Cinema Towards Brixton Towards Croydon Streatham High Road Traffic Lights N E S W 30 Streatham LANE BUS N We don’t expect you to draw anything this detailed. W E 30 LANE BUS S If you was drawing this accident scene, it should look something like this. CENTRAL RESERVATION STREATHAM STREATHAM HIGH ROAD ODEON CINEMA = TRAFFIC LIGHTS COMPANY VEHICLE VEH. 1 BECKMEAD AVENUE PENDENNIS TOWARDS CROYDON ROAD The Report

47 The Bus Incident Report Some Tips For Completing The Sketch Correctly
Bus Incident Report Writing The Bus Incident Report Some Tips For Completing The Sketch Correctly CENTRAL RESERVATION Becmead Avenue Pendennis Road Odeon Cinema Towards Brixton Towards Croydon Streatham High Road Traffic Lights N E S W 30 Streatham LANE BUS BECKMEAD PENDENNIS STREATHAM HIGH ROAD CENTRAL RESERVATION 30 ODEON CINEMA LANE BUS = TRAFFIC LIGHTS TOWARDS BRIXTON TOWARDS CROYDON STREATHAM N E S W AVENUE ROAD COMPANY VEHICLE VEH. 1 If you was drawing this accident scene, it should look something like this. The Report

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Bus Incident Report Writing The Bus Incident Report The Report The Report Watch this CCTV Clip. Watch this CCTV Clip

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Bus Incident Report Writing The Bus Incident Report Frame 5 :08 1 6 :10 1 8 :14 7 :12 8 4 :06 1 3 :04 1 1 :00 2 :02 1 Camera Time Newick Road Downs Road Lower Clapton Road

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Hackney, London E5 Clapton   Stamford Hill Bus Incident Report Writing The Bus Incident Report Lower Clapton Road Newick Road Downs Road YB05 GXT LV53 KMB Use the information above to fill out section eleven of the Bus Incident Report Worksheet.

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Bus Incident Report Writing The Bus Incident Report STREATHAM HIGH ROAD YB05 GXT LV53 KMB NEWICK ROAD TOWARDS CLAPTON  = TRAFFIC LIGHTS COMPANY VEHICLE COMPANY VEHICLE VEHICLE 1 LOWER CLAPTON ROAD  TOWARDS STAMFORD HILL DOWNS ROAD Section eleven should now look like the form above. The Report N W E 30 30 LANE BUS AVENUE S CENTRAL RESERVATION TOWARDS BRIXTON STREATHAM STREATHAM HIGH ROAD ODEON CINEMA VEH. 1 BECKMEAD AVENUE TOWARDS CROYDON

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DOWNS ROAD = TRAFFIC LIGHTS LOWER CLAPTON ROAD NEWICK ROAD  TOWARDS STAMFORD HILL TOWARDS CLAPTON  COMPANY VEHICLE VEHICLE 1 YB05 GXT LV53 KMB Bus Incident Report Writing The Bus Incident Report DOWNS ROAD = TRAFFIC LIGHTS LOWER CLAPTON ROAD NEWICK ROAD  TOWARDS STAMFORD HILL TOWARDS CLAPTON  COMPANY VEHICLE VEHICLE 1 YB05 GXT LV53 KMB STREATHAM HIGH ROAD COMPANY VEHICLE This section of the report is to write a description of what happened. The Report N W E 30 30 LANE BUS AVENUE S CENTRAL RESERVATION TOWARDS BRIXTON STREATHAM STREATHAM HIGH ROAD ODEON CINEMA VEH. 1 BECKMEAD AVENUE TOWARDS CROYDON

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Bus Incident Report Writing The Bus Incident Report Some Tips For Completing The Description Correctly Write facts, not opinions. “The other driver was drunk” is an opinion, “I smelt alcohol on the other driver’s breath” is a fact. Don’t write unnecessary information on the form. Information contained elsewhere on the report often isn’t needed in the Incident Description section. Write down all details that may be relevant. Make sure you include what other vehicles were doing and the colour of traffic lights etcetera. The Report

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DOWNS ROAD = TRAFFIC LIGHTS LOWER CLAPTON ROAD NEWICK ROAD  TOWARDS STAMFORD HILL TOWARDS CLAPTON  COMPANY VEHICLE VEHICLE 1 YB05 GXT LV53 KMB Bus Incident Report Writing The Bus Incident Report THIS NEEDS TO REFLECT THE ACCIDENT THAT HAS JUST BEEN DRAWN WITH THE TAIL SWING OF THE LORRY HITTING THE BENDY BUS – JUST AFTER THE BOX JUNCTION Section twelve should now look like the form above. The Report AVENUE

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DOWNS ROAD = TRAFFIC LIGHTS LOWER CLAPTON ROAD NEWICK ROAD  TOWARDS STAMFORD HILL TOWARDS CLAPTON  COMPANY VEHICLE VEHICLE 1 YB05 GXT LV53 KMB I MOVED OUT TO OVERTAKE A CYCLIST. AS I RETURNED TO THE LEFT TO AVOID AN APPROACHING CAR THE NEARSIDE OF OF THE BUS COLLIDED WITH THE BICYCLE. Bus Incident Report Writing The Bus Incident Report Please tick the box marked ‛YES’ in section thirteen of your work sheet. The Report AVENUE

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DOWNS ROAD = TRAFFIC LIGHTS LOWER CLAPTON ROAD NEWICK ROAD  TOWARDS STAMFORD HILL TOWARDS CLAPTON  COMPANY VEHICLE VEHICLE 1 YB05 GXT LV53 KMB I MOVED OUT TO OVERTAKE A CYCLIST. AS I RETURNED TO THE LEFT TO AVOID AN APPROACHING CAR THE NEARSIDE OF OF THE BUS COLLIDED WITH THE BICYCLE. Bus Incident Report Writing The Bus Incident Report All reports must be signed and dated. The drivers name is Alan Smith and the date is 27 March, 2017 Please make sure you understand the legal note below. Do not fill out this part of the report. Alan Smith 27/03/2017 This section of the report is where the report is signed and dated. Use the information above to fill out section thirteen of the Bus Incident Report Worksheet. Section thirteen should now look like the form above. The Report AVENUE

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DOWNS ROAD = TRAFFIC LIGHTS LOWER CLAPTON ROAD NEWICK ROAD  TOWARDS STAMFORD HILL TOWARDS CLAPTON  COMPANY VEHICLE VEHICLE 1 YB05 GXT LV53 KMB I MOVED OUT TO OVERTAKE A CYCLIST. AS I RETURNED TO THE LEFT TO AVOID AN APPROACHING CAR THE NEARSIDE OF OF THE BUS COLLIDED WITH THE BICYCLE. Alan Smith 27/03/2017 Bus Incident Report Writing The Bus Incident Report Section thirteen should now look like the form above. The Report AVENUE

61 Let’s look again at a CCTV clip we saw earlier.
Bus Incident Report Writing Accidents Let’s look again at a CCTV clip we saw earlier. The Report

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Accidents “THE LORRY WAS NEXT TO ME WAITING FOR LIGHTS TO CHANGE TO GREEN” “AFTER SERVING THE BUS STOP I WAS IN N/SIDE LANE” “HE HIT MY BUS AS HE TURNED RIGHT” These statements were made on the real Bus Incident Report report from this accident. What could the lorry driver see in his mirrors? Which vehicle’s driver was found blameworthy? How could the accident have been prevented? The Report

67 Let’s look at another CCTV clip.
Bus Incident Report Writing Accidents Let’s look at another CCTV clip. The Report

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72 Accidents “I WAITED FOR THE DOORS TO CLEAR”
Bus Incident Report Writing Accidents “I WAITED FOR THE DOORS TO CLEAR” “THE LADY MUST HAVE LOST HER BALANCE ” “THOSE SHOPPING TROLLEYS ARE A MENACE” These statements were made on the real Bus Incident Report report from this accident. Does the CCTV evidence support the drivers statements ? What contributed to the lady’s fall? Who was found blameworthy? The Report


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