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SAFETY MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS Safety is paramount in our industry not


only for our guests participating on the rides, but also the park or attraction team members working on them, including operations and maintenance team members. A robust maintenance programme,


including scheduled safety checks and PPM’s will ensure not only the safety of a ride or attraction, but also the reliability, managed downtime and the overall running costs. On top of that, it also extends the life of the asset. Having a positive safety culture within


your organisation alongside a quality PPM and check schedule brings enormous benefits to your business. Engineers will be engaged, energised and focused. Engage with your maintenance team


when writing or reviewing your checklist programme. Engagement provides ownership in the programme and this is one of the keys to how successful the programme will be. Early and active engagement is also


important when selecting and purchasing a new ride. Be pro-active from the onset in areas such as early review of the O&M manuals, making contact with other


Digital checklist


attractions with the same ride – do not be afraid to ask those difficult questions. When commissioning and training with a


new ride, ensure your checklist programme is in play and use it, fine-tune it during these early but very important stages of the ride life cycle and the foundation stages of your team training. Review your checklists regularly. It is


never a finished document, but one that will evolve over the life of an attraction. A year nine check schedule will look different to


year two, as the attraction gets older and needs a little more TLC. Other areas and important sources of


information will come from you and your maintenance team’s experience with the ride, the inspection bodies, industry standards and associations both international and regional who often provide outstanding educational programmes including maintenance and safety. At this point it is important to mention


the very important role of the many outstanding third-party ride inspectors that conduct the in-service ride checks. This includes inspections, e.g. mechanical, structural, function and electrical to name a few of the disciplines. The independent inspection programmes


are an essential part of the overall safety management systems for a ride or attraction and can often provide invaluable insight to assist in enhancing and developing your very own inspection programmes.” IAAPA on the International stage and


regional associations such as BALPPA in the UK, SNELAC in France, the FFD in Denmark to name just a few for example provide a range of educational programmes and good practice sharing opportunities.


David Bromilow PARK WORLD Handbook & Buyers Guide 2019 37


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