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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|7/6/2017||Ride not properly assembled. Ride is not to be used until it has been inspected and approved by local DOSH inspector.||45-1.5|
45-1.5An amusement device, temporary structure, viewing stand or tent which is in violation of any of the substantive safety provisions of this Part (rule )shall not be used or occupied.
|7/8/2017||Ride not completely set up. Ride closed Till inspection can be done.||45-1.6(b)|
45-1.6(b)Assembly work shall be performed in a proper and workmanlike manner. Parts shall be properly aligned, and shall not be bent, distorted, cut or otherwise injured to force a fit. Parts requiring lubrication shall be lubricated in course of assembly. Fastening and locking devices, such as bolts, cap screws, cotter pins, lock washers, etc. shall be installed where required. Nuts shall be drawn tight, cotter pins shall be spread and lock nuts firmly set.
|7/6/2017||No location notice given.||45-1.9|
45-1.9The owner or lessee of an amusement device, viewing stand or tent shall provide a location notice and equipment inventory for each device, stand or tent to be used in New York State. The location notice and equipment inventory shall contain such information as deemed necessary by the commissioner and shall be filed at least 10 working days before the intended use of a device, stand or tent in New York State. No permit shall be issued to an operator who has not filed a location notice and/or an equipment inventory.
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