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Sik&twiztedproduction
09-05-2008, 03:26 AM
OK So i always do inside haunts and my friend owns a corn field and he giving me 50% to design it and get business license and everything .

Heres my question what are the laws and permits and whats allowed in a Haunted Corn Field maze can you have amatronics fog machine strobes generator/compressors in the haunted maze if you have fire extinguishers? Or no because its out side and in a corn field also do i need a blue print of the maze and where the props going to be? Do i Need Emergency exits if its a maze or what anyone know where i can get information on Haunted Mazes or know answers this would help lots thanks.

JamBam
09-05-2008, 06:21 AM
Some states are now requiring a permit similar to a haunt, some not. Most local requirements have zoning and permits needed. Check you local and state. As far as layout, I have done several and can help you. Email me: brett at 1234webs.com

AW
09-05-2008, 12:23 PM
In New Jersey (which absolutly sucks to deal with - If I hear - "Well you know since the Great Adventure Fire" one more time I am going to find a way to call down the evil dark power of Halloween and set the entire state on fire - this is sarcasam guys don't have a f-in chicken) - One inspector wanted us to have the corn sprayed by a liscened state certified fire retardent applicator - after the farmer told him that that was not going to defile his soil and destroy his crops by putting god knows what on his corn -even though I had seen him(the farmer) spay something into an over grown area we needed access to and the next day there was nothin there but brittle ash and two headed frogs - I hit the books and did a lot of looking and lo and behold in NJ there is no such thing as certified applicator - you can do it your self and sign a certification that comes with the product that you applied as specified and then it should meet certian standards and pass a burn test but threr is no licensing program in NJ for fire applicatior - barbers yes -fire retarders No - Well we made it through that hurdle then he wanted the corn to be only six foot high so as not to retain smoke( we are still in a cornfield) then he started marking out the emergency exits where he wanted them in the corn - with emergency lighting - even though we we were running with a 12 volt lighting system -and it goes on and on - last one to leave Jersey turn off the lights and lock the door
Aven

AW
09-05-2008, 12:25 PM
In New Jersey (which absolutly sucks to deal with - If I hear - "Well you know since the Great Adventure Fire" one more time I am going to find a way to call down the evil dark power of Halloween and set the entire state on fire - this is sarcasam guys don't have a f-in chicken) - One inspector wanted us to have the corn sprayed by a liscened state certified fire retardent applicator - after the farmer told him that that was not going to defile his soil and destroy his crops by putting god knows what on his corn -even though I had seen him(the farmer) spay something into an over grown area we needed access to and the next day there was nothin there but brittle ash and two headed frogs - I hit the books and did a lot of looking and lo and behold in NJ there is no such thing as certified applicator - you can do it your self and sign a certification that comes with the product that you applied as specified and then it should meet certian standards and pass a burn test but threr is no licensing program in NJ for fire applicatior - barbers yes -fire retarders No - Well we made it through that hurdle then he wanted the corn to be only six foot high so as not to retain smoke( we are still in a cornfield) then he started marking out the emergency exits where he wanted them in the corn - with emergency lighting - even though we we were running with a 12 volt lighting system -and it goes on and on - last one to leave Jersey turn off the lights and lock the door
Aven

AW
09-05-2008, 12:25 PM
In New Jersey (which absolutly sucks to deal with - If I hear - "Well you know since the Great Adventure Fire" one more time I am going to find a way to call down the evil dark power of Halloween and set the entire state on fire - this is sarcasam guys don't have a f-in chicken) - One inspector wanted us to have the corn sprayed by a liscened state certified fire retardent applicator - after the farmer told him that that was not going to defile his soil and destroy his crops by putting god knows what on his corn -even though I had seen him(the farmer) spay something into an over grown area we needed access to and the next day there was nothin there but brittle ash and two headed frogs - I hit the books and did a lot of looking and lo and behold in NJ there is no such thing as certified applicator - you can do it your self and sign a certification that comes with the product that you applied as specified and then it should meet certian standards and pass a burn test but threr is no licensing program in NJ for fire applicatior - barbers yes -fire retarders No - Well we made it through that hurdle then he wanted the corn to be only six foot high so as not to retain smoke( we are still in a cornfield) then he started marking out the emergency exits where he wanted them in the corn - with emergency lighting - even though we we were running with a 12 volt lighting system -and it goes on and on - last one to leave Jersey turn off the lights and lock the door
Aven

AW
09-05-2008, 12:32 PM
In New Jersey (which absolutly sucks to deal with - If I hear - "Well you know since the Great Adventure Fire" one more time I am going to find a way to call down the evil dark power of Halloween and set the entire state on fire - this is sarcasam guys don't have a f-in chicken) - One inspector wanted us to have the corn sprayed by a liscened state certified fire retardent applicator - after the farmer told him that that was not going to defile his soil and destroy his crops by putting god knows what on his corn -even though I had seen him(the farmer) spay something into an over grown area we needed access to and the next day there was nothin there but brittle ash and two headed frogs - I hit the books and did a lot of looking and lo and behold in NJ there is no such thing as certified applicator - you can do it your self and sign a certification that comes with the product that you applied as specified and then it should meet certian standards and pass a burn test but threr is no licensing program in NJ for fire applicatior - barbers yes -fire retarders No - Well we made it through that hurdle then he wanted the corn to be only six foot high so as not to retain smoke( we are still in a cornfield) then he started marking out the emergency exits where he wanted them in the corn - with emergency lighting - even though we we were running with a 12 volt lighting system -and it goes on and on - last one to leave Jersey turn off the lights and lock the door
Aven

AW
09-05-2008, 12:42 PM
This thing has gone posting crazy let surround it and kill it like the good old days
Aven

Jim Warfield
09-06-2008, 12:44 AM
If the cornfield catches on fire you won't need smoke alarms, just listen for the sound of popping corn. (And of course the smell)
"Who's got the butter?"
A cornfield in New Jersey! Who would have thought?
Maybe those school book maps aren't drawn to scale?
I mean, Illinois is as big as France, lots of cornfields all over this state.