Happy Friday!

Happy Friday! Here’s a fun one for all of our project managers!

Do Not Step into the Shadows

Do Not Step into the Shadows I’ve heard elevator mechanics use the phrase “do not step into the shadows” several times, when I ask them how they feel about the lighting in their work area. The phrase sounded more like a theme for the next Stephen King novel than a reply anyone in safety wants to hear. What… Read More “Do Not Step into the Shadows”

Happy Friday!

Happy Friday! Here’s a fun one to end the week on!

Ladder Safety

LADDERS General Requirements: Check ladder for defects before use. Clear scrap and elevator material away from base and top of the ladder. Secure the base and top of the ladder against accidental movement. Set the ladder on a firm, level surface. On soft surfaces or rough soil, use a mud sill (See Figure on Page 6)…. Read More “Ladder Safety”

Happy Friday!

Happy Friday! Here’s a fun one to end the week on! #BayStateElevator #FridayFun #GoingUP

Elevator Jumpers Safety Rules

Elevator Jumpers and Electrical Clearances JUMPER PROGRAM Proper use of Jumpers It is recognized that temporary circuit jumpers or clip jumpers may be required for conducting some service or adjusting work on elevators, escalators or moving walks. Jumpers shall be used for diagnostic purposes only, NEVER as a diagnostic tool. Rules Jumpers shall NEVER be used… Read More “Elevator Jumpers Safety Rules”

Happy Friday!

Happy Friday! Here’s a fun one to end the week on!

Do You Anticipate The Accident?

Do You Anticipate The Accident? One of the key words in elevator accident prevention is “anticipate.” By anticipating what could happen, it is possible to take safety steps to prevent an accident. Our Job Hazard Analysis (JHA) procedure is such a crucial part of keeping all elevator mechanics safe. Pausing for a moment to think about the… Read More “Do You Anticipate The Accident?”

Happy Friday!

Happy Friday! Here’s a fun one to end the week on!