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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.

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Details for device: Hi-Roller

Violation Summary

Violations Issued This Season: 4 Violations Complied at Time of Inspection: 0
Hi-Roller Violations
Date Cited Description Violation
4/27/2017 Cease use of ride until issued valid permit from NYSDOL.45-1.12(a)
45-1.12(a)Permit required. No amusement device, viewing stand or tent may be operated in the state without a permit issued by the commissioner except as provided by section 45-1.2(c) of this Subpart.
5/11/2017 Provide a working shock for door on seat # 4A.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.
6/22/2017 Fix section of fencing on right towrds the ride exit.45-2.21(b)
45-2.21(b)No employee shall be suffered or permitted to work in such proximity to any part of an electric power circuit that he may contact the same in the course of his work unless he is protected against shock by de-energizing the circuit, grounding it, or guarding it by effective insulation. If protection is supplied by de-energizing the circuit, the switch controlling the circuit shall be locked out to prevent inadvertent closing.
6/22/2017 Sensors needed by gates to prevent patrons from entering the ride during operation.45-2.21(b)
45-2.21(b)No employee shall be suffered or permitted to work in such proximity to any part of an electric power circuit that he may contact the same in the course of his work unless he is protected against shock by de-energizing the circuit, grounding it, or guarding it by effective insulation. If protection is supplied by de-energizing the circuit, the switch controlling the circuit shall be locked out to prevent inadvertent closing.

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