Skip to Content Skip to Navigation

Amusement Device Detials

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.

For more information, look at our Frequently Asked Questions.

Details for device: High Ropes Challenge Course

Violation Summary

Violations Issued This Season: 3 Violations Complied at Time of Inspection: 0
High Ropes Challenge Course Violations
Date Cited Description Violation
9/28/2017 Make all needed repairs to elements noted in High 5 Adventure inspection report that were noted element is not ready to use or needing repair before the 2018 inspection. Do not use the TRUST PLATFORM, PORT HOLE, BEAM & RAPPEL TOWER elemets.45-1.13
45-1.13No person shall knowingly use, or suffer or permit to be used, an amusement device, temporary structure, viewing stand or tent, which is not properly assembled or which is defective or unsafe in any of its parts, components, controls or safety equipment.
9/28/2017 Provide documented training of personnel operating the ropes course, preforming the daily inspections of the course and safety equipment.45-2.7
45-2.7An amusement device shall be inspected and tested on each day when it is intended to be used. The inspection and test shall be made by a person experienced and instructed in the proper operation of the device and shall be performed before the device is put into normal operation. The inspection and test shall include the operation of control devices, speed-limiting devices, brakes and other equipment provided for safety. A record of each inspection and test shall be made at once upon completion of the test on a form provided by the commissioner or on a form approved by the commissioner with the information required by the section and shall be kept with the device and available to the commissioner for at least 30 days.
9/28/2017 Maintain daily inspections records for course elements and safety equipment for at least 30 days.45-2.7
45-2.7An amusement device shall be inspected and tested on each day when it is intended to be used. The inspection and test shall be made by a person experienced and instructed in the proper operation of the device and shall be performed before the device is put into normal operation. The inspection and test shall include the operation of control devices, speed-limiting devices, brakes and other equipment provided for safety. A record of each inspection and test shall be made at once upon completion of the test on a form provided by the commissioner or on a form approved by the commissioner with the information required by the section and shall be kept with the device and available to the commissioner for at least 30 days.

View All Events Listing

Thanks for the feedback! It will help us improve your experience.