A webinar from wheelchair restraint manufacturer Q’straint near the beginning of the school year shared ways student transporters can ensure the safety of wheelchair-bound school bus riders.
You can count on a conference full of surprises and insightful ideas at the 2018 TSD Conference! Everyone wins when student transporters learn together.
Q’Straint, researcher and manufacturer of wheelchair passenger restraint products, rebrands and unveils their new company logo and mission statement that highlights their innovative efforts while acquiring a new facility in Fort Lauderdale beginning 2018.
MILWAUKEE — REV Group (NYSE:REVG), a $2.4 billion manufacturer of industry-leading specialty vehicle brands and leading provider of parts and services, announced today that it is combining its two wheelchair accessible van brands – ElDorado Mobility and recently acquired AutoAbility – into a new Mobility brand – Revability.
Special needs and securement experts weighed in on a troubling incident last year of an improperly restrained, wheelchair-bound special needs student falling to the floor of the school bus while the vehicle is in motion.
School bus safety is once again our focus, with stories this month centering on the proper use and adjustment of mirror systems, the evolution of detection technology to mitigate crashes as well as improve student safety in the “Danger Zone” and the ever-controversial issue of lap-shoulder seat belts.
In the latest free webinar from SchoolTransportation News, sponsor Q’Straint and Sure-Lok presented "Securing Mobility Devices," a topic that focused on the importance of properly securing students who use wheelchairs and other mobility devices.