“Your security as a priority”
Speaking about Security in Monbus means speaking of an area, couple with Quality and Sustainability, very important for the company. Proof of that are the different certifications that confirm the concern by the company.
A modern fleet fitted with the most advanced security measures, an exhaustive maintenance and a control of company vehicles, give as a result a total satisfaction in statutory inspections. Nevertheless, the zero-risk option does not exist and for that reason Monbus presents emergency plans which try to minimize any abnormal situation. In this regard, the company has obtained ISO 22320 - Emergency management- certification, which refers to response capacity under such circumstances.
In this regard, drivers, highly qualified professionals, are prepared to react to any unexpected situation that can occur on the road, since regularly they receive safety training.
Security information is available inside of the bus for customers, apart from obligatory signs which indicate the location of involved elements
- Seatbelts: compulsory during the journey.
- Doors: opening button.
- Windows and emergency hammers.
- Extinguishers: Depending on the number of seats there can be one or two; the first one situated at the front of the vehicle, next to the driver or under front lines. When there are two, they are usually situated under seats close to the back door.
- First aid kit: it contains necessary material for emergency first aid. It is situated at the front of the vehicles, next to the driver or above front lines. Medical care given to injured people required to ensure that it can be done without individual or external danger and, after calling emergency services. It is not recommended to move someone who are trapped or unconscious, unless essential. It is not recommended to give food or drink to injured person.
Another import thing is to call the emergency number, 112, providing as much information as possible.
All these elements are part of vehicle passive safety. In any case, always ”Your security as a priority”.