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The Heartbleed internet bug – mended, but what next?

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The recent news of the internet bug Heartbleed has just been the latest in a slew of recent cyber security threats and/or attacks on major websites across the globe. The Heartbleed bug targets websites that operate using OpenSSL, or open source security software used on about two-thirds of the websites on the Internet. A scan … More

School Bus Drivers: Tips for Minimizing Distracted Driving

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The National Highway Transportation Safety Administration (NHTSA) defines distracted driving as any non-driving activity a person engages in while operating a motor vehicle. The activity has the potential to distract the person from the primary task of driving and increase the risk of crashing. The most frequently cited distraction is cell phone use while driving. … More

February is Love the Bus Month – marrying bus safety and education

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February is Love the Bus month within the school bus industry, an effort led by the American School Bus Council (ASBC). Love the Bus aims to teach kids about school bus safety and thank drivers for their work every day while bringing contractors and school districts together to coordinate community events. According to the National … More

Children are not small adults – protect them from the extreme cold

Category: Child CareOur Blog
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Baby, it’s cold outside. With the New Year comes arctic air that has dipped into the United States, and much of the nation has experienced unprecedented cold that hasn’t been seen in decades. When temperatures and the wind chill dip well below freezing, frostbite and hypothermia become a real concern, especially with children. While many … More