- • required standards of care
- • exemption of regulated or inspected rides or devices
(1) In adopting rules pursuant to ORS 460.360 (Rules) (1), applicable to equipment mentioned in ORS 460.310 (Definitions for ORS 460.310 to 460.370) (2)(b), the Department of Consumer and Business Services shall be guided by the safety standards approved by ASTM International.
(2) The owner or operator shall be deemed not a common carrier; however, such owner or operator shall exercise the highest degree of care for the safety of users.
(3) If the department finds that the United States Forest Service or other agency of government has jurisdiction over and regulates and provides inspection of the equipment mentioned in ORS 460.310 (Definitions for ORS 460.310 to 460.370) (2)(b) pursuant to promulgated safety standards not lower than provided by ORS 460.310 (Definitions for ORS 460.310 to 460.370) to 460.370 (Deposit of fees), it shall by its rules exempt operators from the requirements of ORS 460.310 (Definitions for ORS 460.310 to 460.370) to 460.370 (Deposit of fees).
(4) The department shall adopt rules to:
(c) Govern reports by the department’s staff of amusement ride inspectors on amusement rides or devices inspected by them.
(d) Set permit fees sufficient to pay but not to exceed the department’s costs of carrying out the amusement ride program.
(5) In adopting rules under this section, the department shall consider:
(a) Technological advances in the amusement ride industry.
(b) The practicability of following the standards under consideration, if adopted.
(c) The probability, extent and gravity of the injury to the public or property that would result from failure to follow the standards under consideration.
(d) Safety standards followed, proposed or approved by responsible members of the amusement ride industry and by ASTM International. [1967 c.295 §3; 1981 c.566 §13; 1985 c.705 §6; 1993 c.18 §116; 1993 c.164 §6; 1993 c.744 §247; 2013 c.1 §68]
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