There were some excellent ideas and input shared and I’m excited for the foundation and the future plans for the new program development. I’ll provide a recap on next weeks show.
It’s the last week in February which means we’re giving away $100 cold hard cash, or at least in the form of a Visa Gift card which is almost as good as the real thing. As well we have our box filled with goodies! With this month being one of the coldest and snow filled on record for awhile let’s cross our fingers that March will be warmer and melts some of it. Next week I’ll be traveling to the Elevator Escalator Safety Foundation Annual Meeting in Tampa. I’ll try to put the show out but what I’ve learned in the past is that between traveling, meetings and the end get together at the end I’m pretty tired each morning. I’ll put a post up if I have the energy to crank one out.
Special thanks to the companies who have donated goodies to the prize pack giveaway!
C.J. Anderson & Company, The National Association of Elevator Contractors, The National Association of Elevator Safety Authorities, The Elevator Escalator Safety Foundation, Peelle, GAL, Truxes, EMS Group, Elevator Bob’s Elevator Pictures, Minnesota Elevator, ElevatorGear.com, ElevatorShack.com, ElevatorU.org, Elevator World Magazine, Elevator Cab Renovations, The Elevator Preservation Blog, ECS Corporation, Parts Specialists, Elevatormanstories.com, CodeDataPlate.com, Elevator Riders Riding Club, The pQEI Inspection App & Maxton Manufacturing
The magic and mystery of elevators in MN
Fire prompts evacuation, rescue of people in elevator
Construction worker falls down shaft in Istanbul
Courthouse Elevator issues
The most important (and New) Rule
First new escalator delivered to Bethesda Metro
Escalator Trends and New Technologies
TEI Group heads to LIC
Athletes help with escalator shutdown
EW Unplugged: Escalator Puzzle
4 Year old falls from mall escalator Dubai
State looks to protect escalator inspection funding
Should we give up on the dream of space elevators?
A week in California – Doug at GAL
Ignoring escalator warnings causes injuries
Elevator repair costs for NYC skyrocket after court settlement
No strollers on escalators for this very reason!
EW Photo Contest Announced
Little girl and mom get hands caught in escalator
The man behind the closing doors. EW Unplugged
Next CEA Meeting: March 7th
And the lawyers get an even bigger piece of the pie
While Boston continues to get hammered by storms and snow it’s just plain cold here in Chicago. I’m not feeling all that great and figure my body could use some rest sleeping in so today their will be no show. Hang in there everyone. Talk to you all next week.
It’s hard to believe that the show is approaching show number 400. In some ways it feels like it was just yesterday when we started this ride and in others it feels a lot longer. Perhaps it’s the lack of sleep that I’ve been getting every Wednesday. The lead story for this week’s program is the verdict in which an elevator mechanic was found guilty of felony assault in a woman’s injuries. I believe it’s the second time that I’m aware of that a mechanic has been charged with this. And Boston, hang in there, the snow will melt by June!
Elevator mechanic found guilt in Brooklyn woman’s injuries
Timeout Jumper might have helped prevent this
News channel 3 continues investigating elevator inspectors
Cities, states should install/implement pQEI
EW Unplugged: What would you do
Another problem for the Bay Bridge Span
Pizza delivery man caught peeing in elevator
Building Demo leaves elevator shaft standing
Hospital robot is saving lives
Railway station to get escalator in India
Elevator project gets underway
Hydraulic elevator heat related leveling issue
China builds escalators for wealthy people
MESA February meeting canceled due to snow
Get your MESA Membership dues in
Clybourn Red Line stop escalator
Elevator water damaged board
Otis Elevator bets big on India
This week’s Archer has broken elevator leading to bonding
Schindler ready for lift off