Inspections
2022 Ellies Award Winners and Runners-Up Announced

2022 Ellies Award Winners and Runners-Up Announced

Congratulations to the 2022 Ellies Award winners and runners-up. Each was announced live on stage...
Ontario TSSA: Safety Remains Priority During Strike

Ontario TSSA: Safety Remains Priority During Strike

Ontario, Canada’s non-for-profit regulator Technical Standards and Safety Authority (TSSA) recently issued a press release...
83% of San Francisco's Elevators Have Expired Permits

83% of San Francisco’s Elevators Have Expired Permits

Out of the approximate 10,800 elevators in the city of San Francisco, around 9,000 —...
Ontario Inspector Strike Continues

Ontario Inspector Strike Continues

Stories of elevator disruptions and shutdowns are on the rise across Ontario as 170 safety...
NAEC QEI

NAEC QEI Certification Program Receives ANSI/ANAB Certification

The National Association of Elevator Contractors (NAEC) announced on July 25 that its Qualified Elevator...
Union Representing Ontario's TSSA Inspectors on Strike

Union Representing Ontario’s TSSA Inspectors on Strike

The Ontario Public Service Employees Union (OPSEU), which represents Technical Standards & Safety Authority (TSSA)...
Liftinstituut Expands Into Spain With Acquisition

Liftinstituut Expands Into Spain With Acquisition

Liftinstituut has entered the Spanish market with the acquisition of Iseval Grupo, headquartered in Valencia,...
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Report Shows Michigan Is Years Behind Elevator And Other Inspections

State officials are years behind on required inspections of some elevators, escalators and boilers, and...
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Albuquerque Looks to Axe Elevator Inspection Program

Tim Keller, mayor of Albuquerque, New Mexico, sent legislation to the City Council that would...
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School Awaits Inspection Approval to Use New Elevators

While students and teachers at Mountain View High School (MVHS) in Mountain View, California, have...