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ATV Safety Awareness Presentation for Tree School Saturday, March 24, 2012. ATV Safety Institute www.atvsafety.org. Presented by: Frank Grace ASI / ATV Rider Coach email@example.com. This presentation will cover,. What is the ATV Safety Institute? Pre-ride inspection Risk awareness
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ASI / ATV Rider Coach
What is the ATV Safety Institute?
Oregon rules for ATV operation
Safe riding video
This presentation is not designed to replace an actual hands-on ATV Safety Training Class that I strongly encourage you to take.
The consumer Product Safety Commission has concluded that All-Terrain Vehicles (ATVs) may present a risk of Death or Severe Injury in certain circumstances.
Over 3,498 people, including many children, have died in accidents associated with ATVs since 2004
Are ATVs dangerous?
Could they have been prevented?
See ATV Safety Institute handout
ATVs with 3,4, or Unknown Number of Wheels
Reported for the Period January 1, 1982 through December 31, 2009
Oregon Operation Lifesaver is about helping people make the right choices. Rail grade crossing and railroad trespass incidents are claiming far too many Oregon lives each year. The by-words say it all . . . The right choices at rail grade crossings .. “LOOK, LISTEN & LIVE”.
The right choices in and along railroad rights-of-way. . “STAY OFF, STAY AWAY, STAY ALIVE”.
Use this website as a resource to learn more about how you can help make a lifesaving impact. If you don’t get involved, you’ll never know what difference you could have made!
Oregon OL State Coordinator
Recognize hazardous riding conditions
Recognize own riding abilities & your ATVs capabilities
Know safety practices & follow them (owner’s manual, ATV RiderCourse Handbook, riding gear).
Ignore negative peer pressure
Choose to reduce risks
Practice safe decisions
Practice safe riding practices
Learn new or enhanced riding skills
Unlearn bad habits
Increase your risk awareness
Practice risk management (ride within your skill level & wear safety equipment)
Be a role model for others
Enjoy the ride more
10% of what we read
20% of what we hear
30% of what we see
50% of what we hear and see
70% of what we say
90% of what we say and do
Enroll in an ATV Safety Class
Let’s watch a video