Post: October 27th, 2010: ERS-2010-10-27 #225 Show Notes

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Even in with yesterday and today’s storms that are rolling through the show must go on! I don’t know about you but I love storms like this. I’m just glad it isn’t snowing. Today on the program there are a few stories worthy of sharing with your co-workers. There are two articles about the stimulus money funding elevator additions, a 4-year-old girl is killed by an elevator and in another country elevator and escalator accident data is shared openly with the public.

I realize that the death of the 4-year-old girl happened in another country but if we all do our part to spread the word about the EESF it just might catch on world-wide.  Also on the program today we’ll be giving away our prize pack giveaway! This month we’ve got $100 Gift Certificate from Duluth Trading Company a great company who has some great working gear and one of my favorite stores to shop from.

Special thanks to the companies who have donated goodies to the prize pack giveaway!

Fujitec America, GAL, The National Association of Elevator Contractors, The National Association of Elevator Safety Authorities, The Elevator Escalator Safety Foundation, Peelle, C.J. Anderson, 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

News Links: Stephen Carr Presents on the Kinetic Energy Calculator Why the Universe Delayed My Elevator Finally, Salem City Hall welcomes its first elevator Funny Zombie Elevator Skit 10 injured in Baku elevator accident   NYPD releases video of elevator rape suspect Bethesda station escalator returns to service Power outage and door restrictor keeps passengers safe FFA Focused on safety year after boy’s fall Landmarks Commission Approves New Escalator 7 City points to get escalators Great Photo of the week from EW! Federal Stimulus Money Pays for Elevator at School – Under ADA Elevator wait time function forum question Sketch of San Diego elevator attacker released Lift accident caused by counterweights falling out of frame Terrible accident when four-year old girl is killed in Bangalore World’s shortest escalator….all I can ask is Why? ThyssenKrupp Elevator prevails in patent lawsuit Innovative solutions has interesting study ThyssenKrupp Elevator receives order for tallest building in SA Elevator mishap injures deputy Elevator Etiquette – Part 2 Ways a Mine Capsule is better than an elevator

Post: May 12th, 2010: ERS-2010-05-12 #204 Show Notes

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It’s one of those weeks that there just weren’t enough hours in each day! As I head down to Houston TX for the IAEC Conference I look forward to seeing many of you Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Some great presentations are planned and should be very interesting. Today’s show is another short one as I feel as if I’ve got the candle burning at both ends. Thanks for tuning into the program today everyone. I’ll provide a recap of my travels next week.

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News Links: Attending Liftex 2010? Visit EW get a “Got Lift” Shirt…listen for more info Obstacles can’t stop woman’s group WMATA Hires Consultants Nice article on Abell Elevator Firefighters respond to fire at Capitol Add “elevator music” to slow moving progress bars Old Yankee’s Stadium almost down United Technologies extends health coverage before it becomes law Man dies at BART station Who needs an elevator? What’s an elevator? Wake County Courthouse WMATA Blog Who’d you like to be stuck in an elevator with? Space Elevator Games 2010 Program to help those with disabilities Car vs. Escalator EESF announces new board positions Good Samaritans sought out Cool parking system Stuntman ski’s down escalator, try a mountain next time Students stuck in elevator Rare look at Legislative building CTA Work resumes NY wins for elevator waiting Savaria off to a great fiscal 2010 Courthouse repaired to reopen