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Elevator Maintenance Checklist Form

This elevator maintenance checklist form is designed to help ensure the safety and proper functioning of all elevators in your facility. It is important to perform regular maintenance and inspections on your elevators in order to ensure their safety and reliability.
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Inside of Car
Door reopening device
Stop switches
Operating control devices
Sills and car floor
Car lighting and receptacles
Car emergency signal
Car door or gate
Door closing force
Power closing of doors or gates
Power opening of doors or gates
Car vision panels and glass car doors
Car enclosure
Emergency exit
REFERENCE: Elevator signs and Operating Device Symbols in Good Working Condition [This is an example of how you can use Lumiform to include best practice reference images in your templates to assist with inspections]
Signs and operating device symbols
Rated load, platform area, and data plate
Standby power operation
Restricted opening of car/hoistway doors
Car ride
Earthquake inspection/test
Top of Car
Top-of-car stop switch
Car top light and outlet
Top-of-car operating device
Top-of-car clearance and refuge space
Normal terminal stopping device
Final and emergency terminal stopping devices
Car leveling and anti-creep devices
Top emergency exit
Floor, and emergency numbering
Hoistway construction
Hoistway smoke control
Pipes, wiring, and ducts
Hoistway clearances
Multiple hoistway
Traveling cables and junction boxes
Door and gate equipment
Car frame and stiles
Guide rails, fastening and equipment
Governor rope
Governor releasing carrier
Wire rope fastening and hitch plate
Suspension rope
Top counterweight clearance
Car, overhead, and deflector sheaves
Broken rope, chain, or tape switch
Crosshead data plate
Counterweight/counterweight buffer
Counterweight safeties
Compensating ropes and chains
Earthquake inspection/test
Machine Room
Access to machine space
Lighting and receptacles
Machine space
Fire extinguisher
Pipes, wiring, and ducts
Guarding of exposed auxiliary equipment
Numbering of elevators, machines, and disconnect switches
Disconnecting means and control
Controller wiring, fuses, grounding, etc.
Governor, overspeed switch, and seal
Code data plate
Static control
Overhead beam and fastenings
Drive machine brake
Traction drive machines
Gears, bearings and flexible couplings
Winding drum machine and slack cable device
Belt or chain-drive machine
Motor generator
Absorption of regenerated power
AC drives from a DC source
Traction sheaves
Secondary and deflector sheaves
Rope fastenings
Terminal stopping devices
Car and counterweight safeties
Maintenance records
Earthquake inspection/test
Overall Recommendation
Name & Signature of Maintenance Personnel
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Ensure Elevator Safety with a Comprehensive Maintenance Checklist Form

An elevator maintenance checklist form is designed to help ensure the safety and proper functioning of all elevators in your facility. It can be used by facility managers and maintenance personnel to ensure that the elevators are in good working order at all times. It can also serve as a quick reference for technicians, allowing them to quickly check for any issues before entering the elevator. This form is designed with both new and experienced professionals in mind, making it easy to understand and use.

Items such as the elevator’s safety features, emergency operation systems, emergency stop buttons, and the overall condition of the elevator are key elements that the maintenance managers can find in the such checklist. It should also include information on the door and gate systems, the car and counterweight systems, the lighting, and the alarm systems. The form should be completed for each elevator in your facility, and it should include all the necessary information on the components and systems that need to be checked.

Please note that this checklist template is a hypothetical appuses-hero example and provides only standard information. The template does not aim to replace, among other things, workplace, health and safety advice, medical advice, diagnosis or treatment, or any other applicable law. You should seek your professional advice to determine whether the use of such a checklist is appropriate in your workplace or jurisdiction.
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