THANK YOU TO THE BUS INDUSTY OF CANADA

Moving millions of Canadians every day safely and reliably, you are providing essential services to help Canada cope with the exceptional challenges of the current COVID-19 health crisis. We recognize the strength of commitment and dedication that is shown by our work force every day. From coast to coast, our professionals are doing their very best to ensure that the highest standards are met both on the road and in depots and garages all across Canada. While many people work from home and await the end of stay-at-home guidelines, our workers continue to brave the coronavirus pandemic by going to work to keep essential parts of society running. The easiest way to thank essential workers is by following regulations put in place to keep the nation safe.

Thank you for your courage and your dedication to all of us and to safety.

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Working Conditions - Transit Operators

Working Conditions - Transit Operators

(en) (website) - 6/1/20 Outlines the working conditions for transit operators and community shuttle operations in the City of Calgary. Provides salary information, and hours of work required.
Canada Border Services Agency

Canada Border Services Agency

(en) (website) - 5/31/20
Public transport - Bus drivers

Public transport - Bus drivers

(en) (website) - 6/1/20 Presents case studies and key risks associated with theft, road rage, angry passengers, anti-social behaviour, and drug users.
Transit Operator Health and Wellness Programs

Transit Operator Health and Wellness Programs

(en) (website) - 5/30/20 Indicates impacts of various issues on operators' abilities to be productive employees, and programs that transit agencies have implemented to improve the health status of operators.
Eliminating Violence in the Workplace

Eliminating Violence in the Workplace

(en) (website) - 5/31/20 Summarizes the problems of violence in the workplace, who is affected, why statistics are unreliable, and why workers are assaulted.
Case Studies

Case Studies

(en) (pdf) - 5/30/20 Provides case study snapshots from OC Transpo's Let's Talk and Peer Support programs.
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