Alberta School Bus Driver Test 08

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Alberta School Bus Test 08

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Who aware of the medical conditions of your passengers?

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How would you know the child safety seat has met the Canada Motor Vehicle Safety Standard (CMVSS)?

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What would it make it easier with your passenger in a manual wheelchair while on rough terrain, in heavy snow or where pushing is difficult?

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What is not the most common type of mobility aids your passengers may have?

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At which point should a child use a child safety booster seat?

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How would you know if a simple booster seat is used correctly?

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What is not one of the three objectives related to passenger improvement that you should seek to attain?

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If a passenger wants assistance, ask specifically how you may help. If the passenger refuses help, what should you do?

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If a passenger is about to fall, what should you do?

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What is referred to as a blanket drag?

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Tie down belts should form what angle to the floor?

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If you have to tip the power chair or scooter more than a few inches, what should happen first?

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Offer your arm to passengers with visual impairments, or passengers who need some support. Once they grasp your arm just above the elbow, what should you do?

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When the lift's in motion, what should the operator do when the mobility aid on it?

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Why can you not safely tip a power chair or scooter to the balance point?

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How are the scooters secured inside the bus?

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What's the safest way to travel with a passenger who uses a scooter?

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Who is legally responsible to ensure that all passengers under the age of 16 years are correctly restrained by either child safety seats or the vehicle seat belts?

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When moving a passenger in a manual wheelchair, what do you need to do to clear objects, go up and down curbs, or over rough ground?

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If a passenger needs to be accompanied by a service animal then a permit must be obtained. Where would you get the permit?

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In Alberta, at what weight does the law requires that all children be properly secured in an approved child safety seat while travelling in a motor vehicle?

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Oxygen containers may be transported on a school bus under what condition?

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What is not one of the categories of a child safety seat?

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What does the acronym 'ASK' stands for?

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What can relieve a lot of the stress for the operator one of your passengers may become unusually agitated while on the trip to or from school?

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Some buses are equipped with a 'kill-switch' that allows the operator to leave the vehicle running after removing the key. What happens if someone tries to take the bus?

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Before a passenger goes up on a lIft, what should ensure they have done first?

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In Alberta, at what age does the law requires that all children be properly secured in an approved child safety seat while travelling in a motor vehicle?

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What is one of the secrets behind the safe loading and unloading of your passengers?

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Why should you not attach the clips around the pedestal or the chair frame?

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