Members of Station 71 participated in a 16 hour Emergency Services UTV/ATV Safety Course. This course consisted of classroom and field experience so participants have a better understanding of Utility Terrain vehicles (UTVs) and All-Terrain vehicles (ATVs) and their operation and are able to apply gained knowledge in an emergency situation. Utility Terrain vehicles (UTVs) and All-Terrain vehicles (ATVs) continue to gain wider acceptance and use in the emergency service. They have given organizations a less physically demanding, more rapid and effective response to emergency incidents and special events. Adding UTVs and ATVs to the ESO’s fleet provides a great benefit but also can present safety issues if those using the vehicle have not been properly trained in the operations and maintenance of these types of vehicles. Manufacturers and retailers, have, and continue to stress the importance of proper training for the safe operation of their products. Training in the use of these vehicles should be part of the organization’s commitment to safety. Some of the topics covered included safe vehicle operations, legal requirements, SOP / SOGs, manufacturers’ requirements and driving considerations. A special Thank You to the Gallitzin American Legion Post 174 for the use of their parking lot to set up the course.