Safely transporting students with disabilities has long been one of the most difficult, litigious and often overlooked aspects of school transportation. This free webinar from Q’Straint/Sure-Lok, to be held on July 31 at 10:00 a.m. PST/1:00 p.m. EST, will shed more light on this topic.
The constant development of new wheelchair technology—which has resulted in a wider variety of wheelchairs on the market than ever before—combined with the reality that most wheelchairs are still not designed with transportation in mind, means that even the most fastidious transportation providers often find themselves encountering wheelchair securement conundrums. Finally, here’s a chance to have your most pressing securement questions answered.
About the presenters
- Darren Reaume, National Training Manager
Darren Reaume, National Training Manager
As the National Training Manager for Q’Straint and Sure-Lok, Darren’s duties include developing training materials and courses for all wheelchair securement applications. In addition, Darren oversees the highly successful annual National Training Seminars for Q’Straint and Sure-Lok. He has been invited by numerous organizations throughout the country—including BusCon, CTAA, STN and Metro Magazine—to speak on safe and effective wheelchair securement practices and regulatory issues. Prior to entering the transportation industry, Darren spent 10 years working in higher education at Tufts University and Amherst College, focusing on issues of diversity and student access. He is a magna cum laude graduate of Amherst College (Mass.).
- Chris Yarber, National Accounts Manager
Chris Yarber is the National Accounts Manager for Q’Straint/Sure-Lok and has been with the company for 11 years. During his tenure, he has worked with customers in all market segments, including school bus, paratransit, transit and mobility. He also co-presents the highly-acclaimed National Training Seminar held each year by Q’Straint/Sure-Lok. Chris enjoys being invited to speak at local, regional and national conferences on a regular basis. He is dedicated to the education and advancement of securing our most precious cargo—our passengers with special needs.