On the safety education day for primary and secondary school students, tell the children about the safety knowledge related to public transportation!
Children are the future of a country and the hope of the nation. March 29, 2021 is the National Safety Education Day for primary and secondary school students.
In 1996, the State Education Commission, the Ministry of Labor, the Ministry of Public Security, the Ministry of Transport, the Ministry of Railways, the State Sports Commission, and the Ministry of Health jointly issued a notice on the establishment of a national safety education day for primary and secondary school students. The Monday in the last week of March is determined to be the National Safety Education Day for primary and secondary school students.
Children’s travel safety cannot be ignored, especially when taking a bus. The editor of PanGood summarized some precautions for traffic safety, and appealed to every parent and guardian to remind the children them, hoping the children can go to school happily and come home safely.
Before Taking a Bus
When a bus enters a station, do not follow the bus in a short distance. When waiting for the bus, one should stand on the bus platform. After the but has stopped, get on the bus in order instead of pushing around.
Grasp the handrail inside the door when getting in the bus. Pay attention to the steps;
Put one’s schoolbag on one’s chest when one gets on the bus to prevent the schoolbag from being squeezed out or caught by the door.
Before getting on the bus, choose the bus route wisely. It is always better to choose low floor buses if possible.
During the Bus ride
Do not chase, fight, or run back and forth in the bus.
If one is taking a bus with a non-flat floor, try to avoid standing on or near the steps on the back of the bus.
After getting on the bus, one must hold on to the armrest of the bus. If one is too small to reach the armrest, one can hold on to the seat back.
Do not eat food with bamboo sticks or metal sticks when riding in the car. When the vehicle is braking or turning, the bamboo sticks and metal sticks can easily pierce the throat due to the shaking of the vehicle. In severe cases, it will be life-threatening.
Do not stick one’s head or hands out of the window when riding in the car, otherwise it may cause crushing, bruising, or scratches with another car that is passing.
Keep a distance from the door. In this way, children are less likely to be injured by squeezing.
After Taking the Bus
Please take one’s belongings when getting off the bus, and get off the bus in order after the bus has stopped.
When getting out of the bus, don't push around. Hold the handrail on the door, and only let go after one’s body is completely stable.
Please confirm as soon as possible in a safe place after getting off the bus whether there are schoolbags or clothing and other items caught by the door to avoid accidents caused by pinching when the bus is started.
Be aware of the danger and try avoid it. Children’s safety education is always the work we need to do with our hearts and perseverance. Safety is no small matter. Parents and children must keep knowledge in mind. PanGood will work with everyone to build the first line of defense for children in traffic safety!