The Canadian Standards Association (CSA) and safety officials from Canadian provinces worked with ASTM International to develop a harmonized standard for amusement rides that uses ASTM F-24 documents in combination with local requirements.
Disney's "Wild About Safety" campaign provides online cartoons, activities, and printable coloring pages features Timon and Pumba from "The Lion King" teaching fun, yet important, lessons about amusement ride safety.
HSE is the national independent watchdog for work-related health, safety and illness in the United Kingdom. The website includes a variety of ride-safety reports and research. Search for "amusement ride".
International Standards Organization (ISO) develops International Standards for Business, Government and Society. ISO has a suite of amusement ride standards under development (ISO/TC 254) and also produces a wide array of supporting standards.
Leisure Technical Consultants Limited (LTC) is a third party registered inspection body the United Kingdom. Their website resources include standards, technical bulletins, and an interactive technical forum.
NAFLIC represents ride inspectors and provides technical assistance to Amusement Park and Fairground industries in the United Kingdom. Their website posts alerts, bulletins and other safety-related publications.
The North Carolina Department of Labor regulates the safety of amusement rides operated in that state. As part of their Rider Safety Program, they have developed a downloadable coloring book for children.
The Technical Standards & Safety Authority delivers public safety services on behalf of the government of Ontario, Canada. Their website contains links to reports, lessons learned, and other technical data related to amusement ride safety.