Very BASIC School Bus Drills
We might have an old school bus to tear apart in the near future. I have done full-blown bus extrication classes, but there is a possibility that we may just use this bus to familiarize everyone with our new rescue truck and give some new members an opportunity to get some tool time in. While I have some ideas in my head, I thought it might be productive to ask my esteemed collegues here for some ideas on what they might do for such a drill.
Normally, a school bus drill is a 2-day affair. We will have just 2-4 hours and the bus is remote from the station (i.e. very little to NO classroom time). The bus is a "short bus" with a wheel chair lift in it. Does not run, has been sitting for a few years. All of the glass appears to be in tact. Less than half of the seats remain. The main door is rusted in an open postion and I did not try to open the rear emergency door. The bus has a storage compartment between the rear wheels and the main door with access on the passenger side. There are no roof or floor escape hatches and it does not appear to have any window emergency exits.
What can we do for 2-4 hours that will get some good experience for a new person while being safe and practical?