The New York State United Teachers union on Thursday announced the launch of a campaign aimed at promoting a package of bills meant to strengthen safety for school workers as well as bolster due process for employees.

The bills include measures that would install cameras on school buses, require an attendant be posted on all school buses transporting kids in grades kindergarten through 6th, require school districts identify and curtail potential workplace violence and have all permanent school employees receive the right of a due-process hearing

The cameras-on-buses bill was granted final approval by the state Senate on Wednesday and now goes to Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s desk.

“From our bus drivers to our food service employees to our teaching assistants, School-Related Professionals are the backbone of New York’s public schools,” NYSUT President Andy Pallotta said. “Addressing the safety, health and labor issues our SRPs face is an essential part of improving New York’s public education system — because a positive working environment is a positive learning environment for our children.”

The union is launching a website to promote the measures as well as a digital ad campaign in the coming weeks.