R. 5J-18.001 Definitions
R. 5J-18.0011 Standards Adopted
R. 5J-18.0012 Bureau of Fair Rides Inspection Forms
R. 5J-18.002 Application for Annual Permit, USAID Number
R. 5J-18.003 Qualified Inspectors
R. 5J-18.004 Nondestructive Testing of Amusement Rides
R. 5J-18.005 Request for Inspections, Reinspections
R. 5J-18.0051 Inspection Standards
R. 5J-18.007 Signage
R. 5J-18.009 Inspections by Owner or Manager
R. 5J-18.012 Fees
R. 5J-18.0125 Fencing and Gate Standards
R. 5J-18.0127 Enforcement Actions and Administrative Penalties
R. 5J-18.0128 Resolution of Violations, Settlement, and Additional Enforcement Remedies
R. 5J-18.013 Application of Rules to Amusement Rides Utilizing Bungy Cords
R. 5J-18.014 Training of Managers, Attendants, and Maintenance Persons
R. 5J-18.0142 Reporting of Accidents and Mechanical, Structural or Electrical Defects
R. 5J-18.015 Regulation of Go-Kart Tracks and Similar Vehicles
R. 5J-18.016 Regulation of Water Parks
R. 5J-18.024 Exempt Nonmotorized or Human Powered Amusement Rides
R. 5J-18.025 Regulation of Bungy Operations
R. 5J-18.050 Games

Terms Used In Florida Regulations > Chapter 5J-18 - Permitting and Inspection Requirements for Amusement Devices and Amusement Attractions

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