All-Terrain Vehicles (ATVs)

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Jan 16, 2017
Oregon Parks and Recreation Department: ATVs

http://www.oregon.gov/oprd/ATV/Pages/index.aspx

The mission of the All-Terrain Vehicle (ATV) Program is to communicate information regarding off-highway vehicle riding opportunities, laws and rules, and to provide grant funding.

Source: Oregon Parks and Recreation

Jan 16, 2017
ATV Safety Institute

http://www.atvsafety.org/

The All-Terrain Vehicle Safety Institute® (ASI), a not-for-profit division of the Specialty Vehicle Institute of America® (SVIA), was formed in 1988 to implement an expanded national program of all-terrain vehicle (ATV) safety education and awareness.

Source: ASI

Jan 16, 2017
ATV Safety Information Center

https://www.cpsc.gov/Safety-Education/Safety-Education-Centers/ATV-Safety-Information-Center/

The ATV Safety Information Center is operated through the Consumer Product Safety Commission.

Source: CPSC

Jan 16, 2017
Hazards Associated with All-Terrain Vehicles (ATVs) in the Workplace

http://www.osha.gov/dts/shib/shib080306.html

The purpose of this Safety and Health Information Bulletin (SHIB) is to identify: the operating conditions and specific activities that most often lead to ATV-related injuries and fatalities; the guidelines and training to prevent accidents and injuries.

Source: OSHA

Jun 01, 2015
Oregon Parks and Recreation Department: ATVs

http://www.oregon.gov/oprd/ATV/Pages/index.aspx

The mission of the All-Terrain Vehicle (ATV) Program is to communicate information regarding off-highway vehicle riding opportunities, laws and rules, and to provide grant funding.

Source: Oregon Parks and Recreation

Jul 01, 2014
Oregon OSHA Fact Sheet Plus: All-Terrain Vehicles (PDF)

http://osha.oregon.gov/OSHAPubs/factsheets/fs22.pdf

You may know that most work-related injuries involving all-terrain vehicles (ATVs) happen in the agriculture, forestry, and fishing sectors. But nearly half of all work-related ATV injuries over the past five years happened in other industries. Read this fact sheet to find out what you should know about using an ATV on the job.

Source: Oregon OSHA

Jul 01, 2014
Oregon OSHA Fact Sheet Plus: All-Terrain Vehicles

http://osha.oregon.gov/OSHAPubs/factsheets/fs22.pdf

Read this fact sheet to find out what you should know about using an ATV on the job.

Source: Oregon OSHA

Aug 01, 2013
Children's Safety Network: Off Road Vehicles

http://www.childrenssafetynetwork.org/injury-topics/road-vehicles

Off-road vehicles (ORVs) are any three- or four-wheeled vehicle that has a motor and is designed for riding on unpaved surfaces. Examples of ORVs include All-Terrain Vehicles (ATVs), snowmobiles, jet skis, and motorbikes.

Source: Children's Safety Network

Aug 01, 2013
Children's Safety Network: Off road vehicles

http://www.childrenssafetynetwork.org/injury-topics/road-vehicles

Off-road vehicles (ORVs) are any three-or four-wheeled vehicle that has a motor and is designed for riding on unpaved surfaces. Examples of ORVs include All-Terrain Vehicles (ATVs), snowmobiles, jet skis, and motor bikes.

Source: Children's Safety Network

Oct 01, 2012
NIOSH Science Blog: All-terrain Vehicles and Work

http://blogs.cdc.gov/niosh-science-blog/2012/10/atv/

This month's NIOSH Science Blog discusses the use of ATV's at work, evaluates the fatality data and provides tips for employers and workers on safety.

Source: NIOSH