How to reduce the hidden danger of bus safety?
The hidden dangers of bus safety can be divided into five categories: fire, accident, health safety, theft and natural disasters. After a fire happens on a public car, the first thing to do is to see the situation and location of the fire, and then choose the method of escape and self-rescue. The common fire in a public car is that the engine is on fire. Passengers should immediately ask the driver to turn over the door and guide the passengers to get out of the car. Then, fire extinguishers are used to extinguish the flames. If the fire is in the car center, the driver should turn over the door and let the passengers get off the car orderly from the doors at both ends. Now some buses will have a pressing button or knob near the door. In an emergency situation, pressing the button or the knob door switch system will fail, and then you can push the door directly to escape. When fighting fires, we should focus on protecting the cab and fuel tank parts; for example, when the fire blocked the door, but the fire was small, passengers could cover their heads with clothes and rush down from the door; if the route of the door was burnt out by fire and could not be opened, passengers should use the window breaker button to turn over the car by pressing the window which was close to the automatic breaking glass; if the hitchhitchhikers were in the fire, their clothes were accidentally burnt by fire, don't panic. Never run around in disorder. Choose the right way to deal with it calmly. If you have time to take off your clothes, take off your clothes quickly and stamp out the fire with your feet. When it's too late to take off your clothes, you can roll on the spot and extinguish the fire. If someone else's clothes catch fire, you can take off your clothes or other clothing, put out the fire on others, or spray fire extinguishers on them. Accident rollover: The passengers in the coupler pedal rollover car should lie on the chair agilely, grasp the fixtures in the car, so that the body is clamped in the chair, and try to stabilize the body. When overturning, it is not necessary to jump out of the car in the direction of overturning, but to jump in the opposite direction of overturning.
When landing, you should roll or run for a distance with your hands in the direction of inertia to prevent secondary damage. Falling into the water: Take a deep breath before driving the door. The car rolls into the river. If the water is shallow and not swallowed up, it should wait for the car to stabilize in the future, and then try to get out of the car from the door and window. Once the accident happens, when the primary position of the bump is not on the driver's side, the driver should grasp the steering wheel with both hands, push his legs forward, lean backward, and keep his body balance, so as to avoid injuries caused by head bumping into the windshield at the moment of the collision.