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An operator shall:
(1) exercise reasonable care in constructing, erecting, maintaining, operating, and supervising amusement rides to ensure the safety of passengers;
(2) ensure that there is an adequately staffed first-aid station and a location for reporting injuries and accidents. For the purposes of this section, one adequately staffed first-aid station and a single location for reporting injuries and accidents on a site where multiple operators are grouped in a fair or carnival formation are sufficient.
(3) ensure that when supervising or operating a ride, the operator or an employee of the operator is not under the influence of alcohol or drugs; and
(4) post in a conspicuous place on the amusement ride grounds an easily readable sign that lists the passenger and operator responsibilities and prohibitions contained in 27-1-744 and this section, as well as additional language or another sign near the entrance to each ride that includes:
(a) operational instructions, if any;
(b) safety guidelines for the ride, if any;
(c) restrictions on the use of the amusement ride, if any;
(d) behavior or activities that are prohibited, if any; and
(e) the following statement: “State law requires riders and passengers to obey all warnings and directions for this ride and behave in a manner that will not cause or contribute to injury to themselves or others. Riders must report injuries before leaving the premises”.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Montana Title 27. Civil Liability, Remedies, and Limitations § 27-1-743. Operator's responsibilities - last updated April 27, 2021 | https://codes.findlaw.com/mt/title-27-civil-liability-remedies-and-limitations/mt-code-ann-sect-27-1-743.html
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