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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|6/1/2017||Address rust on underside of tower structure where metal brackets are showing signs of fatigue.||45-1.6(c)|
45-1.6(c)Parts which are excessively worn or which have been materially damaged shall not be used. Close visual inspection of parts shall be made during assembly to discover such wear or damage and immediate inspection of fastening devices shall be made after assembly to assure that they have been properly installed.
|6/1/2017||Secure nosing of stair treads on tower to loading deck, both sides.||45-2.13(c)|
45-2.13(c)Stairways and ramps shall be at least 18 inches wide. Stair treads shall be at least nine inches deep exclusive of nosing and the height of rise shall not exceed eight inches. Between any two levels the treads shall be of uniform depth and the risers of uniform height. The slope of ramps shall not exceed one in four. The open sides of stairways, ramps and platforms shall be provided with adequate protection against falling, except as the safe and normal access to the device may otherwise require.
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