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12Mar

Special Needs Challenges: Handling Aggressive Behavior on the School Bus

How should school bus operators respond when a special needs student acts aggressively on the school bus? Of course, school bus operators want to be sensitive to the special needs of the student who may be exhibiting violent behavior. But, school bus operators must keep all students
safe and, as employers, are obligated under OSHA to provide a safe work environment for their workers (29
U.S.C. 29 U.S.C. § 654.)

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