Commercial

(Mercantile, Offices)

Most elevator accidents that occur in institutional buildings happen when people are rushing, distracted or feeling inconvenienced.  These behaviours are often caused when people are:

  • Feeling tired after a long day of work
  • Hurrying to beat rush hour or catch the local bus or train
  • Frustrated because the elevator is taking too long or is full when it gets there
  • Annoyed because smart phone reception has been lost
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The next time you find yourself in one of these situations, take a breath and keep your cool otherwise your actions could cause an accident and delay you further.

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Don’t charge or run through closing doors
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Use the button – not your body to stop a closing door
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Watch your step
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Elevator Safety Facts

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Elevator Safety Facts

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