12 CRR-NY 43.4NY-CRR

OFFICIAL COMPILATION OF CODES, RULES AND REGULATIONS OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK
TITLE 12. DEPARTMENT OF LABOR
CHAPTER I. INDUSTRIAL BOARD OF APPEALS
SUBCHAPTER A. THE INDUSTRIAL CODE
PART 43. COIN-OPERATED MACHINES
12 CRR-NY 43.4
12 CRR-NY 43.4
43.4 Definitions.
(a) Air contaminants.
Airborne substances, such as dusts, fibers, fumes, gases, mists, vapors and other impurities.
(b) Approved.
In respect to a device or material: in compliance with a subsisting resolution of approval adopted by the board; in respect to action by the board: made the subject of a resolution of approval.
(c) Board.
The Board of Standards and Appeals of the State of New York.
(d) Coin.
(1) A piece of metal issued and authorized by the United States for use as money.
(2) A piece of material so designed and constructed that when inserted into a receptacle it actuates a coin-operated machine or makes it available for actuation.
(e) Coin-operated machine.
A machine designed and constructed to perform or to be used to perform a manufacturing process when actuated or made available for actuation by the insertion into a receptacle of a coin or combination of coins. The term includes all parts, components and accessories of the machine.
(f) Commissioner.
The Industrial Commissioner of the State of New York.
(g) Customer.
A person making normal use of a machine; a customer of the establishment or place where a machine is installed.
(h) Dangerous air contaminants.
Air contaminants in quantities tending to injure health, or creating a fire or explosion hazard, or existing in quantities greater than 25 percent of the lower explosive level of any mixture or compound which they may form.
(i) Dry cleaning machine.
A machine which performs or may be used to perform a process for cleaning materials by the use of solvents or substances other than water or water-soluble substances.
(j) Machine.
A coin-operated machine.
(k) Manufacturing process.
A process whereby any article or thing is made, altered, repaired, finished, bottled, canned, cleaned, laundered, pressed or dried, in whole or in part.
(l) Normal operation.
Operation for performance of a manufacturing process.
(m) Owner.
Of a machine: any person having the right to possess it.
(n) Work atmosphere.
The atmosphere to which an employee is exposed in the course of performing his work.
12 CRR-NY 43.4
Current through March 15, 2021
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