II.A. Make sure that the flipchart sheets just developed are visible to everyone. If you have used more than one sheet, tape each of the sheets to a wall. Try to go through each item on the list and get participants to talk about how they handle these potentially tricky situations.
Weather (e.g., tornado): Identify good places along the route to evacuate in case of emergency (e.g., businesses, ditches, churches that are open). If necessary, ask the route supervisor to contact people to see if their area could be used for evacuation.
Snow drifts: Designate a spot for kids to stand when snow is piled up on the side of the road.
II.B.2. Discuss your local policy and procedures on reporting route hazards. The booklet, For Pupil Transportation Supervisors, (which accompanies this course) includes a sample route hazard report form that can be modified for your local area.