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AS 3533.2-1997 Amusement rides and devices - Operation and maintenance

Standard Number:  AS 3533.2-1997
Title:  Amusement rides and devices - Operation and maintenance
Language:  English
Status:  Withdrawn
Publisher:  Australia Standards(AS)
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Number of Pages:55P.;A4  

Description:Specifies requirements for the operation, maintenance, inspection and fire safety measures for fixed and portable amusement rides and devices, excluding equipment specifically covered in other Standards.  
Catalog:Document Contents
AS 3533.2-1997 AMUSEMENT RIDES AND DEVICES - OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE
PREFACE
CONTENTS
SECTION 1 SCOPE AND GENERAL
1.1 SCOPE
1.2 REFERENCED DOCUMENTS
1.3 DEFINITIONS
1.3.1 Amusement device
1.3.2 Amusement ride
1.3.3 Aquatic amusement device
1.3.4 Arm?s reach
1.3.5 Attendant
1.3.6 Authority
1.3.7 Bobsled
1.3.8 Cable waterskiing system
1.3.9 Competent person
1.3.10 Flying fox
1.3.11 Minor storage
1.3.12 Operator
1.3.13 Passenger ropeway
1.3.14 Patron
1.3.15 Proprietor
1.3.16 Supervisor
1.3.17 Toboggan ride (aquatic or land-based)
1.3.18 Vehicle
1.3.19 Waterborne ride
1.3.20 Water slide
SECTION 2 SITE LAYOUT, ASSEMBLY AND ERECTION, AND ELECTRICAL REQUIREMENTS
2.1 SITE LAYOUT
2.1.1 Choice of site
2.1.2 Preparation of site
2.1.3 Condition of site
2.1.4 Seismic activity (earthquakes)
2.1.5 Clearances
2.1.6 Set-up and operation near power lines
2.1.7 Locations within buildings
2.1.8 Lighting
2.2 ASSEMBLY AND ERECTION
2.2.1 General
2.2.2 Lighting
2.2.3 Public safety
2.2.4 Suitability of equipment and parts
2.2.5 Quality of assembly work
2.2.6 Packing and blocking
2.2.7 Control stations
2.2.8 Access
2.2.9 Fences, handrails, guards and temporary barriers
2.2.10 Signage
2.2.11 Discharge of exhaust fumes
2.2.12 Access and egress for patrons of rides and devices
2.3 ELECTRICAL REQUIREMENTS
2.3.1 General
2.3.2 High voltage
2.3.3 Switchboards and switch panels
2.3.4 Specific requirements for all electrical installations
2.3.5 Requirements for electrical installations with electrified metallic grid
2.3.6 Emergency lighting
2.3.7 Lightning protection
2.3.8 Earthing
SECTION 3 PROPRIETOR AND OPERATOR RESPONSIBILITIES
3.1 PROPRIETOR RESPONSIBILITIES
3.1.1 General
3.1.2 Delegation of proprietor?s responsibilities
3.2 OPERATOR RESPONSIBILITIES
SECTION 4 SPECIFIC OPERATIONAL REQUIREMENTS
4.1 GENERAL
4.2 AQUATIC AND WATERBORNE AMUSEMENT DEVICES
4.2.1 Water quality
4.2.2 Chemicals
4.2.3 Entry and exit
4.2.4 Water slides
4.2.5 First aid
4.2.6 Qualifications of operators and attendants
4.2.7 Outdoor operations in inclement weather
4.3 KARTS AND KART TRACKS
4.3.1 Fire extinguishers
4.3.2 First aid
4.3.3 Apparel
4.3.4 Refuelling
4.3.5 Safety of patrons
4.3.6 Instructions for patrons
4.3.7 Warning system
4.3.8 Track operation
4.3.9 Track supervision
4.3.10 Communications
4.3.11 Fencing
4.3.12 Fuel storage
4.3.13 Lighting
4.4 FERRARI 500-TYPE KARTS AND TRACKS
4.4.1 Fire extinguishers
4.4.2 Apparel
4.4.3 Refuelling
4.4.4 Loading and unloading
4.4.5 Safety of patrons
4.4.6 Warning system
4.4.7 Track operation
4.4.8 Fuel storage
4.4.9 Lighting
4.4.10 Tracks
4.5 BOBSLEDS AND TOBOGGANS (LAND-BASED)
4.5.1 Supervision
4.5.2 Daily checks
4.5.3 Automatic speed controls
4.6 AMUSEMENT DEVICES INCORPORATING ELASTIC SUSPENSION SYSTEMS
4.6.1 Bungy jumping
4.6.2 Other amusement devices incorporating elastic suspension systems
4.7 INFLATABLE STRUCTURES
4.7.1 Supervision
4.7.2 Operator responsibilities
4.7.5 Use of springs or rubber links
4.7.6 Tie-down ropes
4.7.7 Maximum wind velocity
4.7.8 Access, egress and open sides
4.7.9 Electrical requirements
4.7.10 Emergency evacuation
4.8 PASSENGER ROPEWAYS
4.9 AIR CUSHIONED VEHICLES
4.9.1 Area of operation
4.9.2 Ground surface
4.9.3 Fencing
4.9.4 Loading area
4.9.5 Refuelling area
4.9.6 Smoking
4.9.7 Fire extinguishers
4.9.8 First aid
4.9.9 Safety goggles
4.9.10 Communication
4.9.11 Kill switch
4.9.12 Clearance
4.10 PARASAILING
4.10.1 General
4.10.2 Operator responsibility
4.10.3 Personal flotation devices
4.10.4 Minimum age
4.10.5 Minimum crew requirements
4.10.6 Operator qualifications
4.10.7 Vessel registration
4.10.8 Operational restrictions
4.10.9 First aid
4.10.10 Evacuation procedures
4.10.11 Communications
4.10.12 Emergency release
4.10.13 Patron safety and restraints
4.10.14 Stand-by vessel
4.11 FLYING FOXES
4.11.1 General
4.11.2 Supervision
4.11.3 Use of trees
4.11.4 Signage
4.11.5 Patron loading
4.11.6 Travelling block
4.12 MINI BIKES AND MINI BIKE TRACKS
4.12.1 General
4.12.2 Fire extinguishers
4.12.3 Apparel
4.12.4 Refuelling
4.12.5 Loading and unloading
4.12.6 Warning system
4.12.7 Track operation
4.12.8 Fuel storage
4.12.9 Lighting
4.12.10 Tracks
4.12.11 Safety helmets
4.13 CABLE WATERSKIING
4.13.1 First aid
4.13.2 Operator training
4.13.3 Personal flotation devices
4.13.4 Patron instruction
4.13.5 Rescue craft
4.13.6 System speed increase
4.13.7 Debris
4.14 ROLLER COASTERS
4.15 STEAM AND HOT WATER EQUIPMENT
4.16 HYDRAULIC AND PNEUMATIC EQUIPMENT
4.16.1 General operation
4.16.2 Mobile rides and devices
SECTION 5 MAINTENANCE, REPLACEMENT, REPAIR AND INSPECTION
5.1 GENERAL
5.2 REPLACEMENT
5.2.1 General
5.2.2 Hydraulic and pneumatic system components
5.3 ALTERATIONS AND REPAIRS
5.4 INSPECTION
5.4.1 General
5.4.2 Annual inspection
5.4.3 Surface deterioration
5.4.4 Non-destructive testing
5.5 LOG
SECTION 6 FIRE SAFETY
6.1 GENERAL
6.2 STORAGE AND HANDLING OF FLAMMABLE OR COMBUSTIBLE LIQUIDS
6.3 FIRE EXTINGUISHERS
APPENDIX A - STATUTORY REQUIREMENTS
A1 INTRODUCTION
A2 REGISTRATION OR NOTIFICATION OF AMUSEMENT DEVICE DESIGNS
A3 REGISTRATION OF AMUSEMENT DEVICES
A4 MODIFICATION AND ALTERATIONS
A5 NOTIFICATION OF CHANGE IN OWNERSHIP
A6 COMMONWEALTH GOVERNMENT AUTHORITY
A7 STATE AND TERRITORY GOVERNMENT AUTHORITIES
A7.1 Australian Capital Territory
A7.2 New South Wales
A7.3 Northern Territory
A7.4 Queensland
A7.5 South Australia
A7.6 Tasmania
A7.7 Victoria
A7.8 Western Australia
APPENDIX B - SUGGESTED TRAINING, QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE FOR COMPETENT PERSONS
APPENDIX C - CLEARANCE DISTANCES FROM AERIAL CONDUCTORS?
APPENDIX D - SAFE DISTANCES FOR THE INSTALLATION OF FENCING, GUARDS AND BARRIERS AROUND A...
APPENDIX E - GENERAL GUIDELINES FOR OPERATOR SELECTION AND INSTRUCTION
E1 GENERAL
E2 TRAINING PROGRAM
APPENDIX F - HAZARD IDENTIFICATION, RISK ASSESSMENT AND RISK CONTROL PROCESS
F1 GENERAL
F2 INFORMATION
F3 HAZARD IDENTIFICATION
F4 RISK ASSESSMENT
F5 RISK CONTROL
APPENDIX G - PATRON RESPONSIBILITY
G1 GENERAL
G2 TYPICAL INFORMATION
APPENDIX H - SAFETY GUIDELINES FOR OPERATORS
APPENDIX I - WATER QUALITY
I1 GENERAL
I2 AQUATIC AMUSEMENT DEVICES
I2.1 Devices used in conjunction with swimming pools
I2.2 Water quality and treatment in closed circulation systems
I2.3 Water quality and treatment where the water is drawn from a river or pond
I3 WATERBORNE AMUSEMENT DEVICES
APPENDIX J - PRECAUTIONS FOR STORING AND HANDLING FLAMMABLE OR COMBUSTIBLE LIQUIDS AND LI...
J1 INTRODUCTION
J2 PRECAUTIONS TO BE OBSERVED WHEN STORING AND HANDLING FLAMMABLE OR COMBUSTIBLE LIQUIDS
J3 PRECAUTIONS TO BE OBSERVED WHEN STORING AND HANDLING LIQUID PETROLEUM GAS (LPG)
APPENDIX K - INSPECTION AND TESTING OF MOBILE AMUSEMENT DEVICES FOR ELECTRICAL SAFETY
APPENDIX L - GUIDE TO NON-DESTRUCTIVE TESTING OF CRITICAL COMPONENTS
  
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