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09.12.81.00.htm 09.12.81.00. Title 09 MARYLAND DEPARTMENT OF LABOR Subtitle 12 DIVISION OF LABOR AND INDUSTRY Chapter 81 Elevator, Escalator, and Chairlift Safety Authority: Public Safety Article, §12-805, 12-806, and 12-809, Annotated Code of Maryland
09.12.81.01.htm 09.12.81.01. 01 Safety Code for Elevators and Escalators.. A. Scope.. 1) The following sections set out the dates on which ANSI/ASME codes and supplements as required by Public Safety Article, §12-805, Annotated Code of Maryland, became effective.2) The applicable adopted safety code will be contingent upon the date the contract to install an elevator unit is signed.3) Documentation verifying the contract date shall be provided as part of the registration process.. 4) The elevator unit shal
09.12.81.01-1.htm 09.12.81.01-1. 01-1 Definitions.. A. In this chapter, the following terms have the meanings indicated.. B. Terms Defined.. 1) "First aid" has the meaning stated in 29 CFR §1904.7(b)5)ii). 2) "Incident" means an event that results in significant property damage or a major operational malfunction that is not consistent with manufacturer specifications.3) "Incident report" means a completed Division of Labor and Industry incident record form.. 4) "Inclined platform lift" means a hoisting and l
09.12.81.02.htm 09.12.81.02. 02 Safety Standard for Platform Lifts and Stairway Chairlifts.. A. Scope.. 1) The following sections set out the dates on which ANSI/ASME codes and supplements for platform lifts and stairway chairlifts, as required by Public Safety Article, §12-805, Annotated Code of Maryland, became effective.2) Requirements prescribed at the time of the initial platform lift and stairway chairlift certification remain in effect.3) ASME A18.1-1999 Safety Standard for Platform Li
09.12.81.03.htm 09.12.81.03. 03 Notice of Planned Completion.. A. At least 60 days before the planned completion of an elevator, dumbwaiter, escalator, or moving walk, an owner or lessee shall provide the Commissioner with written notice of the planned completion, which shall contain the following information:1) Contractor name, contact person, address, telephone number, and fax number;. 2) Site name, address, and telephone number;. 3) Type of elevator, dumbwaiter, escalator, or moving walk;.
09.12.81.04.htm 09.12.81.04. 04 Final Acceptance Inspection.. A. A final acceptance inspection by the Commissioner is required before the Commissioner may issue a certificate of registration and inspection on all new or modified elevator units.B. A contractor shall request a final acceptance inspection at least 30 days before the date the contractor requests for the final acceptance inspection to be conducted.C. A contractor may cancel a scheduled inspection under this regulation by written notice to the Com
09.12.81.04-1.htm 09.12.81.04-1. 04-1 Third-Party Qualified Elevator Inspectors.. A. Qualifications.. 1) A third-party qualified elevator inspector shall have a valid qualified elevator inspector certification issued by an organization accredited by the American Society of Mechanical Engineers.2) A third-party qualified elevator inspector shall be:. a) An independent elevator consultant;. b) Employed by an independent inspection agency; or. c) Employed by the insurer of the elevator unit..
09.12.81.05.htm 09.12.81.05. 05 Inspections by State Inspector.. An inspection by the Commissioner as provided for in Public Safety Article, §12-809(a) Annotated Code of Maryland is required before a certification of registration and inspection is issued.
09.12.81.06.htm 09.12.81.06. 06 Record Keeping and Filing.. A. Record Keeping.. 1) At a readily accessible central location in the building where the elevator unit is located, a contractor, owner, or lessee shall maintain:a) A legible hard copy of maintenance, repair, test, and inspection records; or. b) An electronic copy of maintenance, repair, test, and inspection records in an electronic format approved by the Commissioner for that location.2) A contractor, owner, or lessee shall retain the
09.12.81.07.htm 09.12.81.07. 07 Owner Inspection Responsibilities.. A. An owner shall hire a third-party qualified elevator inspector who is registered and authorized to perform periodic annual inspections under Regulation .04-1 of this chapter to conduct inspections under Public Safety Article, §12-809(d) Annotated Code of Maryland.B. An inspection by a third-party qualified elevator inspector as provided for under Public Safety Article, §12-809(d) Annotated Code of Maryland, is required before a certifi
09.12.81.08.htm 09.12.81.08. 08 Third-Party Qualified Elevator Inspections.. A. A Level I inspector is a third-party qualified elevator inspector who may perform pre-final inspections and periodic annual inspections if the individual:1) Possesses and maintains a valid third-party qualified elevator inspector certification;. 2) Is employed as an independent consultant or by an independent inspection agency or is employed by the insurer of the elevator unit; and
09.12.81.9999.htm 09.12.81.9999. Administrative History Effective date:. Regulation .01A adopted effective July 13, 1979 (6:14 Md. R. 1207). Regulation .01B adopted effective February 1, 1980 (7:2 Md. R. 114). Regulation .01C adopted effective August 16, 1982 (9:16 Md. R. 1605). Regulation .01D adopted effective September 1, 1982 (9:16 Md. R. 1605). Regulation .01E adopted effective November 1, 1983 (10:21 Md. R. 1900). Regulation .01F adopted effective December 17, 1984 (11:25 Md. R. 2133).
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