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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|4/17/2017||Provide ID Plate.||45-2.5(a)|
45-2.5(a)Every amusement device shall be identified by a trade or descriptive name and an identification number. A metal plate upon which there is legibly impressed the name and number of the device, its model number if any and the name and address of its manufacturer shall be firmly attached to the device in a readily visible location. The maximum safe number of passengers and the maximum safe speed, where applicable, shall be legibly impressed on the same plate or another metal place.
|4/17/2017||Provide low level exit signs.||45-4.3(b)(1)|
45-4.3(b)(1)Exit signs. Location. Low level exit signs visible from the approach to the exits, shall be provided at each exit doorway from the building or structure. The bottom of the low level exit signs shall not be less than six inches nor more than eight inches above the floor.
|4/17/2017||Provide ""NO SMOKING"" sign.||45-4.3(g)|
45-4.3(g)Smoking prohibited. The carrying of lighted cigars, cigarettes or pipes shall be prohibited in any building or structure subject to the provision of this Subpart. NO SMOKING signs shall be posted at all entrances to such building or structure.
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