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Periodic Control and Inspection of Cargo and Human Lift

First aThe lifts are mainly produced for load carrying purposes. In the nineteenth century, the first examples of freight elevators were used when the coal and mines extracted from the mines were transported and then materials were transported in the factories. In general, these first hoists are powered by steam power. The first examples of elevators used today in human transport were designed by American inventor Otis, who developed safe braking systems.

The elevators used today are manufactured in high quality in terms of safety conditions. There are many safety systems such as overload warning system in these elevators, impact damping system on ground, motorized braking system, parachute braking system, double control system in cabins.

In workplaces or dwellings, the safety of people comes first, followed by property safety in any way. Therefore, all elevators, people and the safety of the load should not jeopardize. The legal obligation in this respect is the Occupational Health and Safety Law issued by the Ministry of Labor and Social Security and the Regulation on Health and Safety Conditions in the Use of Work Equipment. This regulation contains the conditions to be followed for the safe and healthy use of freight and human lifts.

Inspection and inspection of elevators used in factories, shipyards, harbors, railways and many other enterprises not only in houses, workplaces and construction areas, it must be performed at least once by authorized persons, such as mechanical engineers, machine technicians or technicians. The electrical components of the elevators should be checked by authorized persons.

Our company performs cargo and human lift control and inspection services in accordance with the relevant legal regulations and standards published by domestic and foreign organizations. A few standards considered in these studies are:

  • TS EN ISO 14798 Lifts, escalators and escalators - Risk assessment and risk reduction
  • TS EN 81-3 + A1 Lifts - Safety regulations for construction and assembly - Part 3: Electrical and hydraulic service lifts
  • TS EN 81-20 Safety rules for the construction and installation of elevators - Elevators for the transport of persons and goods - Part 20: Elevators of persons and goods
  • TS EN 13015 + A1 Maintenance of elevators and escalators - Rules for maintenance instructions