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Nondestructive testing is a primary means of ensuring that lift components are structurally sound.

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Published in September 2019
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A B77 “interpretation” encourages resorts to upgrade electronic controls on older chairlifts.

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Published in May 2019
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B77

Revised edition update.

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Published in March 1989
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Regulations and public opinion are favoring their use, but restraint bars aren't required on most older lifts.

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Published in March 2019
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Proposals to incorporate new technology or address existing issues come from many sources.

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Published in January 2019
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As new leaders rise, ski area associations focus on collective action.

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Published in September 2018

Summer operations risk and exposure nearly equal those of winter.

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Published in May 2018

Conduct your own predictive maintenance inspections that don’t cost a fortune or require an outside contractor.

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Published in January 2018

Lockout/tagout saves lives, and is required by OSHA.

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Published in November 2015

It takes creativity to find solutions when working with an orphan ski lift.

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Published in September 2015
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