About Oregon ATV Safety
Oregon ATV Safetytm
is a youth rider endorsement program developed by the Oregon 4-H Youth Development Program, the College of Health and Human Sciences, and the Oregon State University Extension Service. Oregon ATV SafetyTM
is a response to the rising number of ATV related injuries and deaths and Oregon Administrative Rules. The Oregon Administrative Rule requires youth, 15 years of age and younger, to receive a hands-on endorsement of their mental and physical ATV riding skills. Starting January 1, 2012, this age group will be required to possess an endorsed All-Terrain Safety Education Card.
About our Evaluators
Oregon ATV Safety Youth Rider Endorsement Program Evaluators are highly qualified and experienced ATV operators. The Evaluators live and work within the counties they serve. Each Evaluator submits an initial application, undergoes a criminal background check, enrolls in the Oregon 4-H Program, holds an Oregon All-Terrain Vehicle Safety Education Card, and completes an intensive training. If you are interested in becoming a Evaluator in your county, please visit the "Join Us" page and download an application. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 541-548-6088.