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AIBO Elevator Track

Each day has been approved for 6 Code 2 hours and 2 Code/Energy hours: Elevator in the State of Minnesota. This course has also been approved for 6.5 CEs in the state of Wisconsin: Elevator Inspector, Elevator Mechanic, Elevator Mechanic- Restricted and Lift Mechanic. This course has also been approved for 0.8 ICC CEUs.

January 22

8:00−9:45 a.m.

Changes to NFPA70

Scott Hultstrom, QEITF

Changes to the 2017 NEC ARTICLE 620

 

10:00–11:45 a.m.

ASME A17.1 2016 CSA/B44-16 Alterations

Scott Hultstrom, QEITF

Changing controller will be discussed as follows. Navigating codes and standards. Organizing applicable requirements, multi authority enforcements.

 

12:30–2:15 p.m.

Safety Fundamentals

Scott Hultstrom, QEITF

Safety as required by various standards. Resources will be presented to establish a safe climate. Standards will be referenced.

 

2:30–4:00 p.m.

ADA Requirements/MN Accessibility Code

Scott Hultstrom, QEITF

Review of requirements and their application. This now includes a review of ICC A117.1 2017 Accessibility Standard.

 

January 23

8:00 a.m.–9:45 a.m.

Electrical Changes/Requirements 2017 NEC

Scott Hultstrom, QEITF

New requirements in 2017 NEC 620.16 Short- Circuit Current Rating(A) Marking. 620.14Feeder Demand Factors for Elevators (1)(2)(B) Installation.

 

10:00–11:45 a.m.

ASME A18.1 2017 Review of changes from 2011-2014-2017 Code

Scott Hultstrom, QEITF

The 2017 edition of ASME A18.1 will be presented. A review of platform Lifts and stair-chairs will be provided.

 

12:30–2:15 p.m.

Machine Room-Less Type/MRLS

Scott Hultstrom, QEITF

Elevators will be evaluated to off-set the challenges Inspectors face with this type of equipment. By location code language that is applicable to that equipment.

 

2:30–4:00 p.m.

ASME A17.7 Performance-Based Codes

Scott Hultstrom, QEITF

Myth versus Application. Provide oversight to non-prescriptive equipment, its design, construction, operation, inspections, testing, maintenance, and repairs.