Some B.C. party bus operators have been providing their own “safety monitors” to keep the party from getting out of hand, but now it’s required.
Regulations took effect April 1 that require the oversize limousines to have a monitor on board who has passed a criminal record check and is able to administer first aid, including the anti-overdose drug Naloxone, B.C . Transportation Minister Claire Trevena said Wednesday.
Trevena said the regulations and a “pre-grad blitz” of vehicle inspections are to prevent further tragedies that have occasionally happened on board party buses.
— Tom Fletcher (@tomfletcherbc) April 17, 2019
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