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2 edition of South Carolina amusement ride safety code and regulations found in the catalog.

South Carolina amusement ride safety code and regulations

South Carolina. Division of Licensing.

South Carolina amusement ride safety code and regulations

containing amendments through June, 1988.

by South Carolina. Division of Licensing.

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Published by South Carolina Dept. of Labor, Division of Licensing in Columbia, S.C .
Written in English

    Places:
  • South Carolina.
    • Subjects:
    • Amusement rides -- Safety regulations -- South Carolina.,
    • Fairs -- Law and legislation -- South Carolina.

    • Edition Notes

      Cover title.

      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsKFS2186.F35 A3 1988
      The Physical Object
      Paginationii, 21 p. ;
      Number of Pages21
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1815095M
      LC Control Number89621424

      Located on 10 acres in Florence, South Carolina, our modern winter quarters is open year round. Read posted signs and regulations on each ride or attraction. Walk, do not run on the midway or ride platforms. Amusement Ride Safety Video. (38) “Safety Factor” or “Factor of Safety” means ratio of the ultimate load for a member. or part to the allowable or working load for a member or part. (39) “Safety Retainer” means a secondary safety wire rope, bar attachment or other. device designed to prevent parts of an amusement ride or amusement .

      STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE Other (Specify type if not listed above) 1. Owners, Partners, or Corporate name Amusement ride Carnival Circus Itinerant show Promoter Garden Amusement park Sightseeing attraction Fishing pier Horse racing, Show & Ride. South Carolina Code of Regulations. Chapter 71 - DEPARTMENT OF LABOR, LICENSING AND REGULATION-DIVISION OF LABOR Article 1 - OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH REGULATIONS (§§ — ) Article 3 - CHILD LABOR (§§ — ) Article 4 - AMUSEMENT RIDES SAFETY CODE (§§ — ) Article 5 - SAFETY STANDARDS.

      COLUMBIA, S.C. — As the South Carolina State Fair prepares to open it's doors on Wednesday, October 9th, inspections are taking place for the 66 amusement rides on the property. The NCDOL Elevator and Amusement Device Bureau will issue an installation permit, which must be posted on the job site. New installations, as well as alterations to existing equipment, are inspected. Companies installing equipment in the state of North Carolina must have an electrical license number issued by the Electrical Board of Examiners.


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South Carolina amusement ride safety code and regulations by South Carolina. Division of Licensing. Download PDF EPUB FB2

This chapter may be cited as the "South Carolina Amusement Rides Safety Code". HISTORY: Act No. Section 2; Act No.Section 1, eff upon approval (became law without the Governor's signature on April 8, ). Effect of Amendment The amendment deleted "is known and" preceding "may be cited".

SECTION Legislative intent. SECTION Short title. This chapter may be cited as the "South Carolina Amusement Rides Safety Code".

SECTION Legislative intent. (A) The purpose of this chapter is to guard against personal injuries in the assembly, disassembly, and use of amusement devices at carnivals, fairs, and amusement parks to persons employed at or attending carnivals, fairs, and amusement.

QUESTION: What devices are NOT inspected in South Carolina. ANSWER: Section (1) of the South Carolina Amusement Rides Safety Code defines an amusement device as "any mechanical device or combination of devices which carries or conveys passengers on, along, around, over, or through a fixed or restricted course or within a defined area for the purpose of giving its passengers amusement.

The Office of Elevators and Amusement Rides administers the S.C. Elevator Code and Regulations, the Amusement Rides Safety Code and Regulations, and the S.C.

Bungee Safety Code. Special inspectors -licensed by LLR and nationally certified- handle all annual inspections of these devices. South Carolina Elevator Code Authority Authorities having jurisdiction are those government officials who are the final authority on questions in a particular area (or jurisdiction).

Created inthe Office of Elevators and Amusement Rides administers the South Carolina Elevator Code and the South Carolina Amusement Ride Safety Code. Code of Laws, State of South Carolina,as amended.

Each employee shall comply with occupational safety and health rules and regulations promul-gated under Chapter 15 of Ti Code of Laws, State of South Carolina,as amended; and, all. South Carolina Code § and — Repealed by State Register Vol Issue No.

5, eff South Carolina Code § ARTICLE CHILD PASSENGER RESTRAINT SYSTEM. SECTION 1. Section of the Code is amended to read: "Section (A) Every driver of a motor vehicle (passenger car, pickup truck, van, or recreational vehicle) operated on the highways and streets of this State when transporting a child under eight years of age upon the public streets and highways of the State must properly.

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“TAKE AN EXTRA STEP FOR SAFETY” Ride Operator and Ride Attendant Responsibilities It is the responsibility of all ride operators and attendants to insure an efficient ride operation by enforcing all regulations as well as those operating procedures dealing with the safe, efficient operation of the rides and/or attractions you are trained on.

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The ATV and UTV regulations in South Carolina do not apply to the following exempt parties. Farming. An owner, operator, lessor, or renter of a farm or ranch, or that person’s employees, immediate family, or household members, when operating an ATV or UTV while engaged in farming, wildlife habitat management, or ranching operations.

Municipal regulation of forestry operations is restricted. See S.C. Code§ Amusement ride safety. The South Carolina Amusement Rides Safety Code preempts local ordinances.

See S.C. Code§ Transportation network companies ("Uber"). Local regulation of transportation network companies and drivers is restricted. RidesDatabase is a project of Saferparks.

The posted information has been shared solely for educational and informational purposes, and should not be construed as expert advice or a complete record of safety requirements.

There are regular changes in this information that may not be reflected on this site. BUILDING CODES AND REGULATIONS.

Effective January 1,the following codes are in effect for South Carolina: International Residential Code with SC modifications. International Building Code with SC modifications. International Fire Code with SC modifications.

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Ride inspectors have been checking rides to make sure they are up to safety standards. Fair officials say the Coastal Carolina Fair goes beyond South Carolina's inspection standards.

In South Carolina, amusement rides must be inspected at least once a year. The South Carolina Recreation and Parks Association is a non-profit organization dedicated to the professional development of its members and advocacy for parks, recreation and tourism opportunities in South Carolina.

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Buckle Up South Carolina SC Primary Safety Belt Law. South Carolina has a primary safety belt enforcement law.

Under the primary law, a law enforcement officer has the authority to stop a driver if the officer has a clear and unobstructed view of a driver or occupant of a motor vehicle not wearing a safety belt or not secured in a child restraint system.The South Carolina Legislative Council is offering access to the unannotated South Carolina Code of Regulations on the Internet as a service to the public.

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