ASTM ACCT Operational Items

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1. F770

1.1. Operational Program Requirements

1.1.1. 5.1 Operating document for each element

1.1.1.1. Discription

1.1.1.2. Partly based on equipment manufacturer recommendations

1.1.1.3. Specific duties of operators, how many and their position

1.1.1.4. Sescription of element operation

1.1.1.5. General safety procedures

1.1.1.6. Instructions of use

1.1.1.7. Procedures in the event of malfunction

1.1.1.8. Evacuation Plan

1.1.1.9. Special considerations for participants over size, disabled or with medical conditions

1.1.2. 5.2.Ecavuation plan requirements and considerations

1.1.2.1. Standard load/unload procedures first

1.1.2.2. Manufacturer's recommendation

1.1.2.3. environmental impacts that could affect the evacuation

1.1.2.4. designation of duties and personal responsible for evac

1.1.2.5. notification of definitive help / care

1.1.2.6. identification and location of equipment of to be used in a emergency

1.1.2.7. equipment to communicate with riders

1.1.2.8. access and egress for personal and equipment used for element evac

1.1.2.9. Element emergency brake to prevent movement

1.1.2.10. path and location of egress for evacuees

1.1.2.11. plan to assist disabled non ambulatory evacuees

1.1.2.12. immediate Procedures for medical care without definitive healthcare

1.1.2.13. Train and document staff on evacuation plan

1.1.3. 4 Denying Entry

1.1.3.1. The owner/operator of an amusement ride or device may deny entry to the amusement ride or device to any person, if in the opinion of the owner/operator the entry may cause above normal exposure to risk of discomfort or injury to the person who desires to enter, or if in the opinion of the owner/operator the entry may jeopardize the safety of other patrons or employees.

1.1.3.2. Amusement ride or device operators should be given guidelines on the special considerations concerning patron size, and the special considerations applicable to physically disabled and mentally impaired patrons, related to the particular amusement ride or device.

1.1.4. 5.4 Signage

1.1.4.1. Signs and media used for instruction should be predominately placed at all patron entrance other relevant location. This can include: instructions restrictions warnings height requirements, health restrictions

1.1.4.2. Signage must be bold in design and concise

1.1.4.3. restricted areas should be posted

1.1.5. 6 Maintenance program requirements

1.1.5.1. The owner/operator of an amusement ride or device shall read and become familiar with the contents of the manufacturer’s maintenance instructions and specifications

1.1.5.2. Based on the manufacturer’s recommendations, the owner/operator shall implement a pro- gram of maintenance, testing, and inspection providing for the duties and responsibilities necessary in the care of each

1.1.5.3. program of maintenance shall include a checklist to be made available to each person performing check. The checklist shall include but not be limited to:

1.1.5.3.1. Preventive maintenance assignments to be performed

1.1.5.3.2. Inspections to be performed

1.1.5.3.3. Special safety instructions, where applicable; and a ny additional recommendations of the owner/ operator.

1.1.5.3.4. The owner/operator shall maintain ap- propriate water quality where individuals can reasonably be expected to ingest or contact water

1.1.5.3.5. Replacement parts for amusement rides and devices shall be Procured from the original manufacturer of the element ride or device

1.1.5.3.6. AND OR Procured or produced using appropriate original manufacturing drawings or specifications, or both, if available

1.1.5.3.7. AND OR Procured or produced using specifications derived from sufficient analysis to ensure parts of equivalent functions and quality, to those provided by the original manufacturer and in accordance with Practice WITH F1193 EQUIP MANUFAC STANDARD

1.1.5.3.8. Must be required to perform non destructive testing F1193

1.1.5.3.9. Wire Rope

1.1.5.3.10. Wire-rope-associated hardware;

1.1.5.3.11. Anchorage systems;

1.1.5.3.12. (4) Personal safety equipment (PSE);

1.1.5.3.13. (5) Support structures and connection hardware; and

1.1.5.3.14. 6) All components in the primary load path not listed above.

1.1.5.3.15. Trees

1.1.5.3.16. Natural Rock

1.1.5.3.17. Platforms, stairways, pathways, ramps, support structures, and trees included in and directly adjacent to the course

1.1.5.3.18. All fencing, guarding, and barricades;

1.1.5.3.19. Course restraint and zip line hardware including wire rope, attachment hardware, and anchor system;

1.1.5.3.20. Counterweight or other tension control system compo- nents;

1.1.5.3.21. Patron clearance envelope.

1.1.5.3.22. Specified manual and automatic patron control equipment,

1.1.5.3.23. Specified safety related control system components,

1.1.5.3.24. Braking systems, and

1.1.5.3.25. Communication systems.

1.1.6. 7 Inspections program

1.1.6.1. Pre opening inspecton

1.1.6.1.1. The manufacturer of an amusement ride or device shall provide the owner/operator with a written inspection procedure to be delivered with the ride or device

1.1.6.2. Daily, prior to carrying riders, the owner/operator shall conduct a documented pre opening inspection to verify the proper operation of the element

1.1.6.3. Pre-opening Test Cycle—Prior to carrying riders, the amusement ride or device shall be operated for a minimum of one complete operating cycle.

1.1.6.4. The inspection should include

1.1.6.4.1. Visual inspection of entrances, exits, stairways, and ramps

1.1.6.4.2. Functional test of all communication equipment necessary for the operation of the amusement ride or device

1.1.6.4.3. Inspection or test of all automatic and manual safety devices

1.1.6.4.4. Inspection or test of the brakes, including service brakes, emergency brakes, parking brakes, and back stops

1.1.6.4.5. Visual inspection of all fencing, guarding, and bar- ricades

1.1.6.4.6. Visual inspection of the amusement ride or device structure; and

1.1.6.4.7. Visual inspection of signs and other visual commu- nication

1.1.6.5. Unscheduled Cessation—An amusement ride or device, or the specifically affected element, shall be appropriately inspected and operated, without riders, for a minimum of one complete operating cycle to determine that it is functioning properly following an unscheduled cessation of operation caused by:

1.1.6.5.1. Malfunction or significant adjustment, or

1.1.6.5.2. Mechanical, electrical, or operational modification, or

1.1.6.5.3. Environmental conditions that affected the operation, or any combination of the three.

1.1.6.6. Inspection documents deemed appropriate by the owner/operator to be maintained in the amusement ride or device file shall be filed in accordance with the procedures outlined in this practice and Practice F1193

1.1.6.7. Notification of Manufacturer—The owner/operator of an amusement ride or device shall promptly notify the manufac- turer of an incident, failure, or malfunction which, in the owner/operator’s judgment, affects the continued proper opera- tion of the amusement ride or device and is information of which the manufacturer should be aware.

1.1.7. 8 Training Programs

1.1.7.1. The owner/operator shall have documented training programs for operators, attendants and maintenance personnel who are assigned duties on each amusement ride or device.

1.1.7.2. The training programs shall include, but not be limited to, instructions on

1.1.7.2.1. Amusement ride or device operating procedures

1.1.7.2.2. Specific duties of the assigned position(s)

1.1.7.2.3. General safety procedures;

1.1.7.2.4. specific procedures to follow in the event of unusual conditions or an interruption of operation;

1.1.7.2.5. Evacuation plan

1.1.7.2.6. Inspection and preventative maintenance procedures for maintenance personnel and

1.1.7.2.7. Additional instructions or training under the supervision of a trainer deemed necessary by the owner/operator.

1.1.7.3. The owner/operator shall provide training under the supervision of a trainer for each operator, attendant and maintenance personnel of an amusement element and shall include:

1.1.7.3.1. Demonstration by the trainer of the assigned duties of the operation or maintenance personnel, and

1.1.7.3.2. Demonstration by the trainee under the supervision of the trainer of the assigned duties.

1.1.7.3.3. Instructions on rescue and retrieval procedures.

1.1.7.3.4. Instruction on inspection and preventive mainte- nance procedures;

1.1.7.3.5. Instruction on the specific duties of the assigned position;

1.1.7.3.6. Instruction on general safety procedures;

1.1.7.3.7. Demonstration of the physical performance of the assigned regularly scheduled duties and inspections;

1.1.7.3.8. Supervised observation of the maintenance person’s physical performance of their assigned regularly scheduled duties and inspections; and Additional instructions deemed necessary by the owner/operator.

1.1.8. 9 Patrispant responsibliity

1.1.8.1. There are inherent risks in the participation in or on any amusement ride, device, or attraction. Patrons of an amusement ride, device, or attraction, by participation, accept the risks inherent in such participation of which the ordinary prudent person is or should be aware. Patrons have a duty to exercise good judgment and act in a responsible manner while using the amusement ride, device, or attraction and to obey all oral or written warnings, or both, prior to or during participation, or both.

1.1.8.2. Patrons have a duty to not participate in or on any amusement ride, device, or attraction when under the influence of drugs or alcohol.

1.1.8.3. Patrons have a duty to properly use all ride or device safety equipment provided.

1.1.9. 10 injuries and illnesses

1.1.9.1. The administration of emergency health care service and treatment should be recorded as deemed appropriate by the owner/operator of amusement rides and devices to include the documentation of all first-aid treatment, including minor inju- ries and illnesses, in a first-aid log. Injuries and illnesses other than minor should be reported on a first-aid incident report

1.1.9.2. report should include

1.1.9.2.1. First-Aid Incident Report—A first-aid incident report should be completed for injuries or illnesses that result in hospital admission or where medical treatment is given, recommended, or may be required at a future date. All injuries or illnesses reported and other than those classified as minor, can be presumed to be in this category.

1.1.9.2.2. Recorded Information—Information recorded in the first-aid incident report should include, but not be limited to, the following, where applicable:

1.1.9.2.3. Date the incident occurred.

1.1.9.2.4. Name, address, and telephone number of the per- son to receive emergency health care service or treatment.

1.1.9.2.5. Age of the person to receive emergency health care service or treatment.

1.1.9.2.6. Manufacturer’s name of the amusement ride or device where or on which the incident occurred.

1.1.9.2.7. Description of the injury or illness. Physical de- scription of the injury or illness. Description of the events causing and related to the incident.

1.1.9.2.8. Description of the first-aid service or treatment administered, including medications given.

1.1.9.2.9. Additional information deemed necessary by the owner/operator.

1.1.9.2.10. Incident classification

1.1.9.3. The owner/operator of an amusement ride or device shall notify the appropriate manu- facturer(s) of an incident that resulted in a serious injury within seven days of the occurrence of the incident

1.1.10. 11. Required info to be transfered

1.1.10.1. The seller of a used amusement ride or device shall make available to the new owner a copy of existing manufac- turer’s documentation, including but not limited to, the current operational and maintenance manuals, service bulletins, schematics, drawings, component identification information, and purchased equipment manuals in the seller’s possession.

1.1.10.2. The seller of a used amusement ride or device shall provide therewith written notice of major modifications the seller has made or caused to be made along with the manufac- turer’s or other supporting documentation.

1.1.10.3. Prior to the operation of a used amusement ride or device, a purchaser of that used amusement ride or device shall:

1.1.10.3.1. Notify the original manufacturer or known successor, if available, of the change in ownership of the amusement ride or device.

1.1.10.3.2. Request from the original manufacturer or known successor, if available, information related to the ownership, operation, maintenance and inspection of the amusement ride or device, including but not limited to, current operational and maintenance manuals, service bulletins, schematics, drawings, component identification information, and purchased equip- ment manuals or other information in accordance with Practice F1193.

1.1.10.3.3. Obtain,review,andbecomefamiliarwiththeabove documents. Upon receipt of the information, incorporate the above materials in accordance with the requirements described in Sections 4 and 6.

2. Ariel Adventure courses F2959 Ownership, Operation, Maintenance, Inspection, and Training Requirements

2.1. 5.

2.1.1. Ownership, operation, maintenance, inspection, and training requirements for aerial adventure courses shall be in accordance with Practice F770,

2.1.2. 5.4.1.1 An operations program as outlined in 5.5,

2.1.3. 5.4.1.2 A maintenance program as outlined in 5.6,

2.1.4. 5.4.1.3 An inspection program as outlined in 5.7, and

2.1.5. 5.4.1.4 A training program as outlined in 5.8.

3. F2974 Auditing

3.1. Operation Audit Program

3.1.1. 0.1 When performing an operation audit, the auditor(s) shall:

3.1.2. Review conformance to Owner/Operator’s Opera- tions and Maintenance Training Program per Practice F770 and Practice F1193.

3.1.3. Review conformance of documentation and that it reflects the current configuration of the ride and device in operation.

3.1.4. Review conformance as to the operational function- ality per the operational specifications as provided in Section 11 and 12 of Practice F1193.