The New York State Department of Labor inspects all amusement devices on or before the scheduled start date of an event. Only those devices deemed safe are allowed to operate. Detailed inspection results for each individual device will be posted within two weeks of the event start date.
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|4/18/2018||Lap bars in positions #3 & 4 are inoperable & won't raise when hydraulic air pressure's applied. Ie: Determine defect||45-2.20|
45-2.20The interior and exterior parts of all passenger-carrying amusement devices with which a passenger may come in contact shall be smooth and rounded, free from sharp, rough or splintered edges and corners, with no protruding studs, bolts, screws or other projections which might cause injury. Interior parts upon or against which a passenger may be forcibly thrown by the action of the amusement device shall be adequately padded. Devices which are self-powered and which are operated by a passenger shall have the driving mechanism so guarded and the guards so locked in place as to prevent passengers from gaining access to the mechanism. Such belts, bars, foot rests and other equipment as may be necessary for safe entrance and exit and for support while the device is in operation shall be provided. Such equipment and fastenings thereof shall be of sufficient strength to retain the passengers. The fastenings shall be of a type which cannot be inadvertently released
|4/18/2018||Fluid pressure for rear piston may be low since it's slow to retract back into position. I.e.: check other possible issues.||45-2.22(a)|
45-2.22(a)Air compressors, air compressor tanks and equipment used in connection therewith shall be constructed, equipped and maintained to insure safe operation at all times. They shall be inspected and tested at least once a year by a qualified person and a record of each inspection shall be kept and made available to the Commissioner. Air compressor tanks and other air receivers used in connection with air compressors shall have the maximum allowable working pressure conspicuously marked thereon.
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