The safety hazards of buses are mainly divided into five categories: fire, car accidents, health and safety, theft, and natural disasters. After a fire in a fire bus, you must first see the fire situation and location, and then choose the escape self-rescue method: the most common bus fire is the engine fire, passengers should immediately ask the driver to open the door to guide passengers to get off the door. Then, use the on-board fire extinguisher to extinguish the flame. If the fire is in the middle of the car, the driver should open the door and let the passengers have an orderly underground car from the two doors. Some buses now have an emergency button or knob near the door. In an emergency, pressing the button or the knob door switch system will fail, and then you can directly push the door to escape. When fighting fire, focus on protecting the cab and fuel tank; if the flame seals the door, but the fire is small, the passengers can use their clothes to cover the head and rush down from the door; if the door route is burned out, it cannot be opened. Passengers use the window breaker button to press the window of the nearest broken glass to turn off the car; if the passenger is in the fire, the clothes are accidentally burnt, don't panic, don't run around, should calmly adopt the correct method Response: If you have time to take off your clothes, you should take off your clothes and use your feet to quickly extinguish the fire. It’s too late to take off your clothes, you can roll on the spot and destroy the fire. If someone else's clothes are on fire, take off their clothes or other cloth, smash the fire on others, or spray them on them with a fire extinguisher. Car crash: the hook pedal is turned over with the car. The passengers in the car should quickly pick up the seat, grab the fixed object inside the car, and put the body in the seat to try to stabilize the body. When you roll over, you should not jump out of the car in the direction of the rollover, but jump in the opposite direction of the car flip.
When landing, you should hold your head and roll in the direction of inertia or run a distance to avoid secondary damage. Falling water: first take a deep breath and then drive the door. The car turns into the river. If the water is shallow, it is not completely submerged. After the car is stable, try to leave the vehicle from the door and window. Once the accident occurs, when the main direction of the collision is not on the driver's side, the driver should hold the steering wheel with both hands, straighten the legs forward, lean back and keep the body balanced so as not to hit the wind at the moment of the vehicle collision. Injury on the glass.