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Alaska Administrative Code
Title 08 . Labor and Workforce Development
Chapter 78 . Amusement Rides and Tramways

Chapter 78. Amusement Rides and Tramways

Section 10 . Purpose
Section 20 . Notification and inspection
Section 30 . Structure and foundation
Section 40 . Access and egress
Section 50 . Passenger loading platforms, inclined walkways, stairways, and standard railings
Section 60 . (Repealed)
Section 70 . Electrical safety requirements
Section 80 . Passenger-carrying equipment
Section 85 . Safety standards for water slides
Section 90 . Safety equipment
Section 100 . Signal systems
Section 110 . Debris and obstructions
Section 120 . Attendants
Section 130 . Signs
Section 140 . Extraordinary hazards
Section 150 . Accidents and injuries
Section 160 . Inspection, maintenance, and repair
Section 170 . Variances
Section 180 . Appeals
Section 250 . Minimum tramway standards
Section 260 . Registration
Section 270 . New construction and modifications
Section 275 . Designation as tramway specialist
Section 280 . Inspection and certification
Section 285 . Violations
Section 290 . Accidents and injuries
Section 300 . Inspection, maintenance, and repair
Section 310 . (Repealed)
Section 320 . Attendants
Section 330 . Variances
Section 340 . Appeals
Section 900 . Definitions

Editor's note: Executive Order No. 49, which took effect July 1, 1981, transferred the responsibility for regulating amusement rides and tramways from the Department of Public Safety to the Department of Labor. The Department of Labor subsequently adopted regulations regarding amusement rides and tramways (8 AAC 78) ; the regulations took effect 11/30/89, Register 112. The Department of Public Safety regulations in 13 AAC 15 are obsolete, and were deleted, as of Register 112, at the instruction of the regulations attorney.


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