I have an elevator in health care only travels 2 floors doesn’t transport pt what inspection do I need
Which state are you in?
Not sure what the feds want
Seems like a normal annual inspection
as per either the city or state requirements.
I am very familiar with your question.
Looks like this is a existing health care occupancy. I would be looking for the inspection documentation for compliance with Section 19.5.3 of 2012 NFPA 101.
In terms of the 2012 NFPA 101, Life Safety Code the elevator would require inspection for compliance with:
Consulting with Section 9.4 of NFPA 101 all existing elevators no matter how many floors served must comply with:
Depending on the location of the elevator, it may have to comply with Section 22.214.171.124 of NFPA 101 concerning fire-fighting or rescue purposes in accordance with:
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