AIBO Elevator Track

January 23

8:00 a.m.–9:45 a.m.

Using NFPA 70 Part 1

Jack Day, NAESA

Applicable use of the NEC for the elevator person
Part one is an introductory course to set in motion and explain that articles one through four are relevant for the elevator person. How the first four articles are segmented and insights into their use.
 

10:00–11:45 a.m.

Code Compliance and Testing Procedures for KONE Elevator Equipment

Ian MacMillan, KONE Elevator

Discussing the methods that various KONE elevator products use to comply with the ASME A17.1 Code and any special tools, processes or procedures that may be required to perform periodic inspections and testing on KONE equipment. The program will primarily focus on KONE’s MRL (Machine Room less) equipment but will also cover the more traditional types of KONE elevator equipment that may require special tools or procedures for testing.

 

12:30–2:15 p.m.

Escalator Step Skirt Index with a Special Emphasis on Interpreting Results

Ken Smith, Ken Smith & Associates, LLC

This presentation provides background on what initiated the Step/Skirt Performance Index, and how the Index was developed. It covers A17 Code requirements for the Index. Set-up and testing with the PMT tool are covered, as well as analyzing the results, with an emphasis on how to tell if you have a valid test.

 

2:30–4 p.m.

Private Residence & LULA code update with corresponding ANSI A117.1-2009

Jack Day, NAESA

An A17.1-2016 code update for the Private Resentence and LULA codes as well as corresponding requirements located in ANSI A117.1- 2009.

These courses have been approved for 8.0 State of Minnesota CEs: 2.0 Code/Energy Elevator Hours, and 6.0 Code 2 Elevator Hours.

They have also been approved for 7.0 State of Wisconsin CEs.

January 24

8:00−9:45 a.m.

Using NFPA 70 Part 2

Jack Day, NAESA

Applicable use of the NEC for the elevator person & code update
Part two finishes the introductory course, which will include 620 along with updates in the 2017 edition. Note: this course Part one or two is intended to teach electrical theory, but instead a comprehensive familiarization and how to use the standard.
 

10:00–11:45 a.m.

Locating A17.1 Interpretations & Code Cases

Geraldine Burdeshaw, ASME

Instruction about locating ASME A17.1 interpretation
An Overview of what is a A17 Code Case? With how the Code case process works and how to submit a Code Case and an Inquiry to ASME and what is the difference between the two with Q&A for both.
 

12:30–2:15 p.m.

A17.6 Suspension replacement/mechanic and Inspectors need to know

Jack Day, NAESA

A detailed review of A17.6 Suspension Means from the perspective of the mechanic and inspectors. What is it that you need to know?

 

2:30–4 p.m.

A18.1-2014/2017 code update with A117.1 requirement

Geraldine Burdeshaw, ASME

A A18.1 code update delivering highlights of the 2014 as well as the substance updates in 2017. Including a segment showing where A117.1 interacts with Vertical in Incline platform lifts. 
 

This course has been approved for 8.0 State of Minnesota CEs: 2.0 Code/Energy Elevator Hours, and 6.0 Code 2 Elevator Hours.

This has also been approved for 7.0 State of Wisconsin CEs.