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Elevator Radio Show 507 – Week 6/13/2018

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This is the kind of show I truly wish I didn’t have to do. One filled with accident after accident. What ties closely with the idea that Bob Shepherd shared in the May issue of the Progress he was nice enough to let me re-post on June 9th but it really gets you thinking beyond the safety and toolbox talks. Read the article and think about how you can go beyond just “talking” about safety but actually living it. I’ll share more on this in my commentary during the show.   

The Elevator Radio Show: March 14th, 2012 Show #289

Click Here to download ERS-2012-03-14 #289 As we head into another awesome week of warmer weather here in the Midwest one has to wonder if another snow storm is lurking out there on the horizon, I certainly hope not.  There are some good articles on the show that are worthy of saving and sharing. One of which an escalator owner actually sues the contractor who was in charge of maintaining their piece of equipment. I’ve never seen this before publicly covered before. Also Elevator World is looking for presenters/call for papers for their Virtual Elevator Exhibit in July. Have a topic you’d like to cover? Submit your idea and perhaps you’ll secure a spot. Get a little inspired today!

 

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NY City Elevator inspections plummet Escalator Modernization Continues at Metro Station MESA February Update Kitty Elevator, love the sound effects Lift escalator to benefit Hidden River? Scotttrade Sues escalator repair company Beer Duty Escalator? EIGSC Monthly Message Why is this even published? Chris Harris donates 10K for elevator lift County changes elevator services provider Premise liability lawsuit Woman dies in escalator accident MTA police probe LIRR station escalator death Awesome Old Elevator in Milwaukee Student claims sexual assault in elevator Elevators program The upside of going up and down Elevator plan grounded, opts for upgrades EW’s VEE Call for Papers Commerical Premises? A waste of money? Man awarded $3.9 million in elevator fall case Michael Laine interviewed by Fast Company