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Or explore a general list of topics:

  • Management
    The foundation of safety and security is the strength of the management team and its commitment to the mission.
  • Operations & Maintenance
    Transit bus agencies are only as strong as their infrastructures and supporting mechanisms.
  • Human Resources
    Ensure the safety and security of the transit system and the system’s most valuable assets – its employees and customers.
  • Safety Activities
    Ensure safety roles and responsibilities within the organization.
  • Security Activities
    Protect against threats caused by intentional acts.
  • Emergency/All-Hazards Management
    Develop an all-hazards approach to safety, security, and emergency preparedness.

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