The tools and equipment used every day at aerial adventure operations for operations, maintenance, safety, and fun requires planning to not only get the right tools, but to care for them as well.
Kanopeo, manufacturer of aerial adventure continuous belay systems and related components, has received the ISO 9001:2015 certification.
The Colorado Division of Oil and Public Safety is hosting a stakeholder meeting May 21 to discuss proposed revisions to the Amusement Rides & Devices regulations.
The Heritage Museum and Gardens in Sandwich, Mass., has said it will seek a special permit from the town to operate its aerial adventure course, which has been closed since August 2018.
Shortly after Hidden Valley Ski Resort in Wildwood, Mo., gained final approval last fall to install a ZipTour, work began in earnest to clear trees for the spans and pour concrete foundations.
It’s a busy time for standards and regulations. At press time, several developments were in the works.
You are likely aware of the need for Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) compliance. But where do you begin? Here are nine things to know first.
On March 22, in a surprise move, the ASTM F24 Amusement Rides and Devices Committee’s Evolution Task Group initiated a ballot on the revision of ASTM F2959-18 regarding the scope of the standard.