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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: Haunted House

Violation Summary

Violations Issued This Season: 2 Violations Complied at Time of Inspection: 0
Haunted House Violations
Date Cited Description Violation
9/21/2017 Provide required liability insurance.45-1.7
45-1.7Before the commissioner may issue a permit as required by section 45-1.12 of this Subpart to the owner or lessee of an amusement device, viewing stand or tent, the owner or lessee of such device, viewing stand or tent shall furnish the commissioner with proof that he has purchased insurance or posted cash or other security in an amount not less than $1,000,000 per occurrence or a bond in an amount not less than $2,500,000 in the aggregate against liability for injury to persons arising out of the use of the amusement device, viewing stand or tent. In the event such liability insurance is cancelled, the insurer shall give 30 days prior notice of such cancellation to the commissioner.
9/21/2017 Repair the emergency lights that failed after 15 mins. Test all emergency lights for 90 mins and make repairs as needed.45-4.3(d)
45-4.3(d)Emergency lighting. Each building or structure shall be equipped with an emergency lighting system conforming to the requirements of Part 1032, of Title 9 NYCRR Emergency Power and Lighting, of the New York State Uniform Fire Prevention and Building Code, effective January 1, 1984. In addition, the emergency lighting system shall be automatically activated by the operation of the fire and smoke detection system required under subdivision 45-4.3(e) of this Subpart.

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