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  • Documents may be viewed at City Hall...Really?

    I keep seeing these little signs next to every attraction that say something like, "Documents [pertaining to the safety of this attraction] may be viewed at City Hall."

    How long ago did these signs pop up? Are there really people so untrusting of Disneyland's safety for its attractions that they would request for something like that, or did Disney put those up under some requirement? Has anyone actually done that before (so I can label you nerd :geek: j/k)? And (this would be so embarassing but) could I theoretically go to City Hall and ask to see some document telling me Disney's attractions are indeed safe?

    Just asking. Not that I'd actually do it )

    ...


    :blush:

    :whistling


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    Re: Documents may be viewed at City Hall...Really?

    Osha.

    Unusually and exceedingly peculiar and altogether quite impossible to describe...


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      Re: Documents may be viewed at City Hall...Really?

      In utah, elevators have the same signs. Saying something like "the safety documents can be reviewed at the business office of this building" Along those lines. Yeah, it's a legal requirement.
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        Re: Documents may be viewed at City Hall...Really?

        Those signs have been up for a few years now. But yea, it's an OSHA thing. Also, if you do go to City Hall to view them, they can give you copies to read. Some are quite interesting (such as the ToT one). :geek:
        -Monorail Man

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          Re: Documents may be viewed at City Hall...Really?

          Oooh. Sounds like a Disney geek's paradise...technical documents on attractions...legal and free? OOohhhh.

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          • #6
            Re: Documents may be viewed at City Hall...Really?

            They're on display in the bottom of a locked filing cabinet stuck in a disused lavatory with a sign on the door saying "Beware of the leopard."



            And a no-prize for getting that.
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              Re: Documents may be viewed at City Hall...Really?

              ^^
              Haha
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              • #8
                Re: Documents may be viewed at City Hall...Really?

                I'm sort of tempted to do that on my upcoming trip to the world. Yes, I am proudly a nerd.

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                • #9
                  Re: Documents may be viewed at City Hall...Really?

                  I thought it was in the basement, in the bottom drawer of a locked filing cabnet, with a Tiger sitting on top. In the original radio show anyway.

                  And the answer is "42".
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                  • #10
                    Re: Documents may be viewed at City Hall...Really?

                    FYI, the requirement is from the California Department of Safety and Health (Cal-DOSH).

                    DOSH has the Permanent Amusement Rides (PAR) group as part of the Elevator, Ride and Tramway (ERT) Unit.

                    OSHA is a different division of DOSH, responsible for employee safety.
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                    • #11
                      Re: Documents may be viewed at City Hall...Really?

                      Originally posted by DarkRider
                      They're on display in the bottom of a locked filing cabinet stuck in a disused lavatory with a sign on the door saying "Beware of the leopard."

                      And a no-prize for getting that.
                      'On display? I eventually had to go down to the cellar."
                      "That's the display department."
                      "With a torch."
                      "The lights had probably gone."
                      "So had the stairs."
                      "But you did see the notice, didn't you?"
                      "Oh, yes. It was on display in the bottom of a locked filing cabinet stuck in a disused lavatory with a sign outside the door saying "Beware of the Leopard." Ever thought of going into advertising?"

                      lets see... Earth is a computer, and it's trying to figure out why 42 is the ultimate answer... and it comes up with 6 X 9 = 42...

                      annyway...
                      interesting law they have requiring to display the safety record... I was wondering about that myself.. but disregarded it cause i only noticed it on the older attractions...

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