269.441.5387

Rider Safety & Security

Aequitas Mobility Services

4950 West Dickman Road, Suite C-1

Battle Creek, MI 49037

(269) 441-5387

Rider Safety & Security

Aequitas Mobility Services (AMS) values the safety and security of its riders and drivers. To support the safety and security of riders and drivers, AMS has established commitments for riders to follow. AMS drivers are also First Aid/CPR/AED trained and are required to follow best practices and requirements for passenger safety. However, circumstances such as severe weather, police emergencies, collisions, or natural disasters may require additional action of the driver and riders to avoid potential dangers and injury. In the unlikely event that an evacuation of the vehicle is required, AMS asks that riders remain calm and listen to the announcements or instructions from the AMS driver and/or officials at the scene.

SAFE EVACUATION PROCEDURE

Look

  • Locate the nearest exit nearest to you. The exit may be an emergency door or window located on the side or roof of the vehicle.
  • Look around as you prepare to exit the vehicle. Be aware of hazards such as smoke, debris, or moving vehicles and do you best to avoid them as you exit the vehicle. Report anything hazardous or unusual to the driver and/or emergency personnel.
  • Look around you for individuals that may require help during an evacuation, such as children, the elderly, or individuals with disabilities.

Listen

  • Listen and try to remain calm.
  • Listen for announcements and pay attention to any information and directions provided by the driver and/or emergency personnel.
  • Follow directions from the driver and/or emergency personnel.

Leave

  • Your safety comes first. Move quickly toward safety as directed. Leave belongings such as strollers and groceries behind.
  • If you are unable to evacuate through one of the vehicle doors, use one of the emergency doors or windows.
  • Continue to watch out for and hazards, look around you for anyone who may need help, and listen to the driver and/or emergency personnel while you leave the area.
  • Remaining calm and alert while exiting the vehicle in an emergency can save time and protect you and those around you from potential hazards and misinformation.

Aequitas Mobility Services

4950 West Dickman Road, Suite C-1

Battle Creek, MI 49037

(269) 441-5387

Rider Safety & Security

Aequitas Mobility Services (AMS) values the safety and security of its riders and drivers. To support the safety and security of riders and drivers, AMS has established commitments for riders to follow. AMS drivers are also First Aid/CPR/AED trained and are required to follow best practices and requirements for passenger safety. However, circumstances such as severe weather, police emergencies, collisions, or natural disasters may require additional action of the driver and riders to avoid potential dangers and injury. In the unlikely event that an evacuation of the vehicle is required, AMS asks that riders remain calm and listen to the announcements or instructions from the AMS driver and/or officials at the scene.

 

SAFE EVACUATION PROCEDURE

Look

  • Locate the nearest exit nearest to you. The exit may be an emergency door or window located on the side or roof of the vehicle.
  • Look around as you prepare to exit the vehicle. Be aware of hazards such as smoke, debris, or moving vehicles and do you best to avoid them as you exit the vehicle. Report anything hazardous or unusual to the driver and/or emergency personnel.
  • Look around you for individuals that may require help during an evacuation, such as children, the elderly, or individuals with disabilities.

Listen

  • Listen and try to remain calm.
  • Listen for announcements and pay attention to any information and directions provided by the driver and/or emergency personnel.
  • Follow directions from the driver and/or emergency personnel.

Leave

  • Your safety comes first. Move quickly toward safety as directed. Leave belongings such as strollers and groceries behind.
  • If you are unable to evacuate through one of the vehicle doors, use one of the emergency doors or windows.
  • Continue to watch out for and hazards, look around you for anyone who may need help, and listen to the driver and/or emergency personnel while you leave the area.
  • Remaining calm and alert while exiting the vehicle in an emergency can save time and protect you and those around you from potential hazards and misinformation.

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OFFICE HOURS

MON – FRI  9:00am – 5:00pm

Transportation Hours

Determined by demand.

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