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Title 8 . Labor and Workforce Development
Chapter 78 . Boiler and Pressure Vessel Construction Code
Section 100. Signal systems

8 AAC 78.100. Signal systems

(a) A signal system must be provided on all amusement rides if the lack of such a system might permit rear end collision or possible injury of passenger.

(b) A signal system for the starting and stopping of an amusement ride must be provided if the attendant does not have a clear view of the point at which passengers are loaded or unloaded.

(c) If there is a need for coded signals, the code must be posted at both the attendant's and signalman's stations. Signals must be thoroughly understood by all person who use them.

(d) A signal for the movement of a ride may not be given until all passengers are safely within the ride and all other persons are in the clear.

(e) Repealed 6/15/2001.

History: Eff. 11/30/89, Register 112; am 6/15/2001, Register 158

Authority: AS 05.20.070


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