Eastern Region - Spring 2013

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NAESA EASTERN REGION
SPRING 2013 WORKSHOP
Maintenance Control
Program
by: John Rearick and Brad Welsh
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NAESA EASTERN REGION WORKSHOP
Introduction & Overview
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What is Maintenance
maintenance: a process of routine
examination, lubrication, cleaning, and
adjustment of parts, components, and/or
subsystems for the purpose of ensuring
performance in accordance with the
applicable Code requirements. (See also
repair and replacement.)1
1 ASME
A17.1-2010/CSA C44-10 - Section 1.3 - Definitions
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Why is Maintenance in the Code?
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Assure Safe Conditions for the Public
Extend the Useful Life of the Equipment
Provide for Trouble free Operation
To Prevent Catastrophic Failures
Keep the Safety Level equal to that when
the Equipment was Installed or Altered
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History
• How has Maintenance Evolved?
– Early Days
– Owner’s Maintenance
– Manufacture’s Maintenance
– Maintenance Companies
– Focused Maintenance
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What is in the MCP
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Examinations
Maintenance
Tests & Inspections
Frequency (Scheduled Intervals)
Procedures
Tasks
Records
Anything unique to the equipment
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How is an MCP Developed?
• Survey equipment
• Examine the contract terms
• Review any special requirements
– Due to the type of equipment
– Because of the usage of the equipment
• Review Internal Company Procedures
• Complete Step by Step MCP
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Develop/Modify
Maintenance
Plan
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Treasurer
Treasurer
Quality Assurance
Quality Assurance
Measure Plan
Performance/
Oversight
Implement Plan
Technician
Technician
Document
Maintenance
Customer Service
Customer Service
Inventory
Inventory
Jim Runyan
NAESA International
Copy Center
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What does a “Code Compliant”
MCP look like?
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How to use Form
Inserting Job Requirements
Company Procedures
Specific Procedures
Specific Testing
Record Keeping
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NAESA EASTERN REGION WORKSHOP
History & Evolution
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1921 Code
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1921 Code
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1955 Code
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1955 Code – Part X
SECTION 1000--MAINTENANCE
Rule 1000.1 Lubrication
All parts of the machinery and equipment requiring lubrication should
be lubricated at regular periodic intervals with lubricants of a grade as
recommended by the manufacturer. The use of excessive amount of
lubricant should be avoided.
1000.la Hoisting and Counterweight Wire Ropes.
For precautions to be taken in lubricating hoisting and counterweight
wire ropes, refer to American Standard Practice for the Inspection of
Elevators, Inspectors' Manual, ASA A17.2-1945.
1000.lb Governor Wire Ropes.
Governor wire ropes shall not be lubricated after installation as the
lubricant may interfere with the ability of the governor jaws to stop the
governor rope and apply the safety.
1000.1c Guide Rails.
Guide rails, except those of elevators equipped with roller or other
type guiding members not requiring lubrication, should be kept well
lubricated; but an excess of lubricant should be avoided.
Rails on which a lubricant is used should be cleaned down at least
once a year. Where necessary, a non-flammable or high-flash-point solvent
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1955 Code – Part X
SECTION 1000—MAINTENANCE 1000.1c Guide Rails. Continued:
should be used to remove excess lubricant, lint, and dirt which will
accumulate on them and which presents a hazard in case of fire in the
hoistway.
Where sliding-type safeties are used it is important that guide-rail
lubricants, or pre-lubricated or impregnated guide-shoe gibs where used,
be of a type recommended by the manufacturer of the elevator which
will not reduce the holding power of the car safety (see Part II, Section
205. Rule 205.16).
Rust-preventive compounds such as paint, mixtures of graphite and
oil, and similar coatings should not be used as they may interfere with
and in many cases will prevent proper operation of the car safety. Some
substances may even cause complete failure of the safety to function. If
it is considered necessary for any reason to use any of these substances,
the manufacturer of the elevator should be consulted before applying it.
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1955 Code – Part X
SECTION 1000—MAINTENANCE Continued:
1000.ld Oil Buffers.
The oil level should be checked at least once a month and the buffer
kept full to the level indicated by the manufacturer.
The manufacturer of the buffer should be consulted as to the proper
grade of oil to be used in the buffer (see Part 11, Section 201, Rules
201.4j and 201.4k).
Buffer plungers should be kept clean and shall not be coated or painted
with a substance which will interfere with their operation.
1000.1e Controller Contactors and Relays.
Controller contactors and relays should be kept clean and free from dirt
and should be lubricated where necessary as recommended by the manufacturer.
1000.1f Car-Safety Mechanisms.
All moving parts of car-safety mechanisms should be kept clean and
free of rust and dirt, and should be lubricated at frequent intervals.
This is especially important where the equipment is exposed to water or
corrosive vapors or excessively damp conditions, as corrosion or rusting
of the parts may prevent operation of the safety.
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1955
Code
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Part
X
Rule 1000.2 General Requirements
1000.2a Hoistways and Pits.
Hoistways and be kept pits should clean and free of dirt and rubbish
and shall not be used for storage purposes. Water should not be allowed
to accumulate in pits.
1000.2b Machine Rooms.
Machine-room floors should be kept clean and free from oil or grease.
Articles or materials not necessary for the maintenance or operation of
the elevator shall not be stored therein. Flammable liquids having a
Flashpoint of less than one hundred and ten (110) degrees Fahrenheit
shall not be kept in such rooms (see Part I, Section 101, Rule 101.6).
1000.20 Escalator Pit Pans.
Escalator pit pans should be periodically cleaned of oil and refuse.
The frequency of cleaning will depend on the service, but should be such
as to reduce to a minimum the hazard resulting from accidental ignition.
1000.2d Tops of Cars.
The tops of cars should be kept clean and free from oil or grease and
shall not be used for storing lubricants. Material not required for the
operation of the elevator shall not be stored or carried on top of elevator
cars (see Part 11, Section 204, Rule 204.lg).
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1955 Code – Part X
1000.2e Painting.
Care should be used in the painting of the equipment to see that it
does not interfere with the proper functioning thereof. This is especially
important in the case of governors, car-safety parts and buffer parts;
and these should be tested for proper operation after completion of
painting (see Part II, Section 206, Rule 206.3).
1000.2f Refinishing of Elevator Cabs.
Particular care should be used when refinishing elevator cabs in the
hoistways.
The following precautions should be taken: …
Rule 1000.3 Periodic Reshackling of Car Hoisting Ropes
of Drum-Type Machines
1000.3a Reshackling Periods.
The hoisting ropes of power elevators having drum-type driving machines
with one-to-one (1:l) roping shall be reshackled at the car ends at
intervals not longer than:
1 Twelve (12) months for machines located over the hoistway.
2 Twenty-four (24) months for machines located below or at side
of the hoistway…
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1955 Code – Part X
A metal tag shall be securely attached to each rope after each reshackling.
and shall bear the following information:
1 The name of the person or firm who performed the reshackling.
2 The date on which the rope was reshackled.
The material and marking of the tags shall conform to the requirements
of Part II, Section 207, Rule 207.3 except that the height of the
letters and figures shall be not less than one-sixteenth (1/16) inch.
Rule 1000.4 Making Safety Devices Inoperative
No person shall at any time make any required safety device or electrical
protective device inoperative, except where necessary during tests,
inspections, and maintenance. Immediately upon completion of such tests,
inspections, and maintenance, such devices shall be restored to their
normal operating condition in conformity with the applicable requirements
(see also Part 11, Section 210, Rule 210.7).
SECTION 1001-MAINTENANCE OF HYDRAULIC ELEVATORS
AND DUMBWAITEPS
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1990 Code – Part XII
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1990 Code – Part XII
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Harmonization
d-2000 Code – Part XII
1206
8.6
1206.1
1206.1a
1206.1b
1206.1c
1206.1d
1206.1e
1206.1f
1206.1g
1206.1h
1206.1i
1206.2 –
1206.2a
1206.2b
1206.2c
1206.2d
1206.2e –
1206.3
1206.3a
8.6.1.2
8.6.1.6.2
8.6.4.1
8.6.4.2
8.6.4.3
8.6.4.4
8.6.1.6.3
8.6.4.5
8.6.1.6.5
8.6.1.5
8.6.4.7
8.6.4.8
8.6.4.9
8.6.1.6.4
8.6.4.10
8.6.4.10.1
MAINTENANCE, REPAIR &
REPLACEMENT
General Requirements
Lubrication
Suspension Wire Rope
Governor Wire Rope
Guide Rails
Oil Buffers
Controller Contactors & Relays
Car Safety Mechanisms
Fire Extinguishers
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Not a section heading
Hoistway and Pits
Machine Rooms
Top of Cars
Painting
Refinishing of Elevator Cars
Refastening, Resocketing, etc
Refastening periods
2000 Code – Sect. 8.6
8.6
1206
MAINTENANCE, REPAIR &
REPLACEMENT
8.6.1 –
8.6.1.1 –
8.6.1.2
1206.1
General Requirements
8.6.1.2.1
8.6.1.3 –
8.6.1.4 –
8.6.1.5
1206.1i
8.6.1.6 –
8.6.1.6.1
1206.4
8.6.1.6.2
1206.1a
Lubrication
8.6.1.6.3
1206.1f
Controller Contactors & Relays
8.6.1.6.4
1206.2d
8.6.1.6.5
1206.1h
8.6.1.6.6
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8.6.1.6.7
Birth of the MCP
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2000 Code – Section 8.6
8.6.1.2 General Maintenance Requirements
8.6.1.2.1 Maintenance required in 8.6.1.1.1
shall consist of, but not be limited to, the following:
(a) examinations at required or scheduled intervals
of all parts and functions of an installation;
(b) periodic inspections and tests as required
by 8.11, at intervals established by the authority
having jurisdiction (see 8.11.1.3);
(c) cleaning, lubricating, and adjusting applicable
components at regular intervals, and repairing
or replacing all worn or defective components
where necessary, to prevent the device
from becoming unsafe for operation; and
(d) repairing or replacing damaged or broken
parts affecting the safe operation.
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2000 Code – Section 8.6
8.6.1.2 General Maintenance Requirements
8.6.1.2.2 The maintenance procedure and
intervals shall be based on:
(a) equipment age and accumulated wear;
(b) design and inherent quality of the equipment;
(c) usage;
(d) environmental condition;
(e) improved technology.
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2000 Code – Section 8.6
8.6.1.2 General Maintenance Requirements
8.6.1.2.2 The maintenance procedure and
intervals shall be based on:
(a) equipment age and accumulated wear;
(b) design and inherent quality of the equipment;
(c) usage;
(d) environmental condition;
(e) improved technology.
8.6.1.2.3 Where a defective part directly affecting
the safety of the operation is identified, the elevator
shall be taken out of service until the defective part
has been adjusted, repaired or replaced.
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2000 Code – Section 8.6
8.6.1.4 Maintenance Records
8.6.1.4.1 Maintenance records shall document compliance
with 8.6 of the Code and shall include records on the
following activities:
(a) description of maintenance task performed and dates;
(b) description and dates of examinations, tests,
adjustments, repairs, and replacements;
(c) description and dates of call backs (trouble calls) or
reports that are reported to elevator personnel by any
means, including corrective action taken; and
(d) written record of the findings on the firefighter’s
service operation required by 8.6.10.1.
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2000 Code – Section 8.6
8.6.1.4 Maintenance Records
8.6.1.4.2 Record Availability. The maintenance
records shall be available to the elevator personnel.
8.6.1.3 Maintenance Personnel
Maintenance, repairs, and replacements shall be
performed only by elevator personnel (see 1.3).
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A17.1a-2002 Code
No Changes
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b-2003 Code – Section 8.6
8.6.1.2 General Maintenance Requirements
8.6.1.2.1 A written Maintenance Control Program
shall be in place to maintain the equipment in compliance
with the requirements of 8.6.
(a) The Maintenance Control Program shall consist of
but not be limited to the following:
(1) examinations, maintenance, and tests of equipment
at scheduled intervals in order to ensure that the
installation conforms to the requirements of 8.6. The
maintenance procedures and intervals shall be based on
(a) equipment age, condition, and accumulated wear
(b) design and inherent quality of the equipment
(c) usage
(d) environmental conditions
(e) improved technology
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b-2003 Code – Section 8.6
8.6.1.2 General Maintenance Requirements
8.6.1.2.1 A written Maintenance Control Program
shall be in place to maintain the equipment in compliance
with the requirements of 8.6.
(a) The Maintenance Control Program shall consist of
but not be limited to the following:
(2) cleaning, lubricating, and adjusting applicable
components at regular intervals and repairing or replacing
all worn or defective components where necessary to
maintain the installation in compliance with the
requirements of 8.6.
(b) The instructions for locating the Maintenance
Control Program shall be provided in or on the controller
along with instructions on how to report any corrective
action that might be necessary to the responsible party.
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b-2003 Code – Section 8.6
8.6.1.2 General Maintenance Requirements
8.6.1.2.1 A written Maintenance Control Program
shall be in place to maintain the equipment in compliance
with the requirements of 8.6.
(c) The maintenance records required by 8.6.1.4 shall be kept at
a central location.
(d) The Maintenance Control Program shall be accessible to the
elevator personnel and shall document compliance with 8.6.
8.6.1.2.2 Where a defective part directly affecting
the safety of the operation is identified, the equipment
shall be taken out of service until the defective part has
been adjusted, repaired, or replaced.
8.6.1.3 Maintenance Personnel. Maintenance, repairs, and
replacements shall be performed only by elevator personnel
(see 1.3)
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b-2003 Code – Section 8.6
8.6.1.4 Maintenance Records
8.6.1.4.1 Maintenance records shall document compliance
with 8.6 of the Code and shall include records on the
following activities:
(a) description of maintenance task performed and dates
(b) description and dates of examinations, tests,
adjustments, repairs, and replacements
(c) description and dates of call backs (trouble calls) or
reports that are reported to elevator personnel by any
means, including corrective action taken
(d) written record of the findings on the firefighter’s
service operation required by 8.6.10.1
8.6.1.4.2 Record Availability. The maintenance records
shall be available to the elevator personnel.
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A17.1-2004
and
A17.1a-2005
Codes
Editorial Changes only
(no technical change)
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A17.1-2007 Code Changes
• SIL* rated device requirements added
8.6.1.2 General Maintenance Requirements
8.6.1.2.1 A written Maintenance Control Program shall be in place to …
but not be limited to
(a)(1) examinations, maintenance, and tests of equipment … shall be based on
(f) the manufacturer’s recommendations for any
SIL rated devices or circuits
(e) Procedures for tests, periodic inspections, maintenance, replacements,
adjustments, and repairs for all SIL* rated E/E/PES** electrical protective devices
and circuits shall be incorporated into and made part of the Maintenance Control
Program. See 2.26.4.3.2, 2.26.9.4(b), 2.26.9.5.1(b), and 2.26.9.6.1(b).
(f) Where unique or product-specific procedures or
methods are required to inspect or test equipment, such
procedures or methods shall be included in the Maintenance
Control Program.
*Safety Integrity Level ***electrical/electronic/programmable electronic system
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A17.1a-2008 Code Changes
• Testing & Procedures requirements added
8.6.1.2.1 A written Maintenance Control Program
shall be in place to maintain the equipment in
compliance with the requirements of 8.6.
(a) The Maintenance Control Program shall consist of
but not be limited to
(1) examinations, and maintenance and testing of equipment at
scheduled intervals in order to ensure that the installation
conforms to the requirements of 8.6….
(3) tests of equipment at scheduled intervals
(8.6.1.7) in order to ensure that the installation conforms
to the requirements of 8.6.
(4) all Code required written procedures (e.g., check out,
inspection, testing, and maintenance).
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A17.1b-2009 Code Changes
8.6.1 General Requirements
8.6.1.1 Maintenance, Repair, and Replacement
8.6.1.1.1 Equipment covered within the scope of this Code shall be maintained in
accordance with 8.6.
8.6.1.1.2 Maintenance, repairs, replacements, and tests shall conform to 8.6 and
the applicable
(a) Code at the time of the installation; and
(b) Code requirements at the time of any alteration; and
(c) ASME A17.3 if adopted by the authority having jurisdiction
8.6.1.1.3 It is not the intent of 8.6 to require changes to the equipment to meet the
design, nameplate or performance standard other than those specified in
8.6.1.1.2, unless specifically stated in 8.6.
8.6.1.5.1 A data plate that indicates the Code and edition in effect at the time of
installation and any alteration (see 8.7.1.8) shall be provided. The data plate
shall also specify the Code and edition in effect at the time of any alteration and
the applicable requirements of 8.7.
CODE DATA PLATE
8.6.1.5.2 The Code data plate shall comply with 8.9.
INSTALLATION CODE:
ASA A17.1-1965
ALTERATION CODE:
ASME A17.1-2000
SECT. 8.7 REQUIREMENTS COMPLIED WITH:
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8.7.2.11.5, 8.7.2.13, 8.7.3.8, 8.7.3.12, 8.7.3.23.7, 8.7.3.24,
8.7.3.30, 8.7.3.31.1, 8.7.3.31.2, 8.7.3.31.5, 8.7.3.31.8
8.7.3.29,
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A17.1-2010 Code Changes
8.6.1.2.1 A written Maintenance Control Program shall be in place to maintain the
equipment in compliance with the requirements of 8.6.
(a) The Maintenance Control Program shall consist of
but not be limited to
(b) through (f)
(g) Procedures for tests; periodic inspections; maintenance; replacements;
adjustments; and repairs for traction-loss detection means, broken-suspensionmember detection means, residual-strength detection means, and related circuits
shall be incorporated into and made part of the Maintenance Control Program.
[See 2.20.8.1, 2.20.8.2, 2.20.8.3, 8.6.11.10, 8.10.2.2.2(cc)(3)(c)(2),
8.10.2.2.2(ss), and 8.6.4.19.12.]
8.6.1.4.1 Maintenance records shall document compliance with 8.6 of the Code
and shall include records on the following activities:
(a) through (d)
(e) written record to document compliance with replacement criteria specified in
ASME A17.6 (Suspension Means Standard)
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What’s Coming Up in A17.1-2013
• MCP Changes
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MCP Task Group – 3 years of compromise
Reorganization of Sections
Added Definitions
Location of Records
Added Appendix
Public Review Draft ended September 2012
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2013 MCP
Documentation
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2013 MCP
Record Keeping
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(d)
(e)
(f)
(2)
(3)
(4)
8.6.1.2.1(b)
8.6.1.2.1(c)
8.6.1.2.1(d)
8.6.1.2.1(e)
environmental conditions
improved technology
mfg. recommendation for SIL rated dev.
Cleaning, lubricating & adjusting
Tests at scheduled intervals (8.6.1.7.1)
Code req. written procedures-see back
Instructions for locating the MCP
Maintenance Records - see below
MCP accessible to Elevator Personnel
Procedures for tests, insp., maint., etc.
for all SIL rated devices & circuits
Procedures for tests & inspections of
unique or product specific items
Procedures for tests, insp., maint., etc.
for traction loss, broken suspension
member, etc. in MCP
Stretch break!
8.6.1.2.1(f)
8.6.1.2.1(g)
8.6.1.4
Maintenance Records
8.6.1.4.1
(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
(e)
Document 8.6 compliance and include:
Maintenance task and date
Exam, test, repair, replacement records
Call back records
Firefighter's operation check - 8.6.11.1
Written record to document compliance
with replacement criteria of A17.6
Available to Elevator Personnel
Record of Oil Usage
• Pass out MCP Pocket Guide
8.6.1.4.2
8.6.5.7
Maintenance Control Program (8.6.1.2.1)
Pocket Guide
8.6.1.2
General Requirements
8.6.1.2.1(a)
(1)
(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
(e)
(f)
(2)
(3)
(4)
8.6.1.2.1(b)
8.6.1.2.1(c)
8.6.1.2.1(d)
8.6.1.2.1(e)
8.6.1.2.1(f)
8.6.1.2.1(g)
8.6.1.4
Maintenance Records
8.6.1.4.1
(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
(e)
8.6.1.4.2
8.6.5.7
MCP consists of:
Procedure & intervals based on:
age, condition & wear
design & inherent quality
usage
environmental conditions
improved technology
mfg. recommendation for SIL rated dev.
Cleaning, lubricating & adjusting
Tests at scheduled intervals (8.6.1.7.1)
Code req. written procedures-see back
Instructions for locating the MCP
Maintenance Records - see below
MCP accessible to Elevator Personnel
Procedures for tests, insp., maint., etc.
for all SIL rated devices & circuits
Procedures for tests & inspections of
unique or product specific items
Procedures for tests, insp., maint., etc.
for traction loss, broken suspension
member, etc. in MCP
Document 8.6 compliance and include:
Maintenance task and date
Exam, test, repair, replacement records
Call back records
Firefighter's operation check - 8.6.11.1
Written record to document compliance
with replacement criteria of A17.6
Available to Elevator Personnel
Record of Oil Usage
Also see the following and in particular the code
requirements for Written Procedures detailed below:
8.6.2
Repairs
8.6.3
Replacements
8.6.4
Maint. & Testing of Electric Elevators
8.6.4.19.10
E/E/PES - Written checkout procedure
Also see the following and in particular the code
requirements for Written Procedures detailed below:
8.6.2
Repairs
8.6.3
Replacements
8.6.4
Maint. & Testing of Electric Elevators
8.6.4.19.10
E/E/PES - Written checkout procedure
8.6.4.20.8
Leveling - Written checkout procedure
8.6.5
Maint. & Testing of Hydraulic Elevators
8.6.5.16.5
Overspeed Valve - Written procedure
8.6.8
Maintenance & Testing of Escalators
8.6.8.15.7
Rev. Stop Sw. - Written checkout proc.
8.6.8.15.13
Handrail - Written checkout procedure
8.6.11
Special Provisions
8.6.11.4.2
Glass Cleaning - Written Procedure
8.6.11.5.2
Emergency Evacuation Procedure
8.6.11.6.2
Escalator Startup Procedure
8.6.11.7
Means Specified (MRL) Procedure
8.6.11.8
Egress & Reentry Procedure
8.6.11.9
Retractable Platform Procedure
Other Related References
2.4.5
8.6.1.5.1
8.6.1.6.3
8.6.1.6.5
8.6.1.6.7
8.6.1.7.2
Counterweight Runby Plate
Code Data Plate
Wiring Diagrams
Fire Extinguishers
Missing Signs and Data Plates
Periodic Test Tags
A17.1-2010 edition used for basis - others are similar
Written Maintenance Control Program in a fillable .pdf
format is produced by Vertical Assistance LLC of
Kenton, OH and this software available through:
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8.6.1.4.2
8.6.5.7
Maintenance Control Program (8.6.1.2.1)
Pocket Guide
8.6.1.2
General Requirements
8.6.1.2.1(a)
(1)
(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
(e)
(f)
(2)
(3)
(4)
8.6.1.2.1(b)
8.6.1.2.1(c)
8.6.1.2.1(d)
8.6.1.2.1(e)
8.6.1.2.1(f)
8.6.1.2.1(g)
8.6.1.4
Maintenance Records
8.6.1.4.1
(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
(e)
8.6.1.4.2
8.6.5.7
MCP consists of:
Procedure & intervals based on:
age, condition & wear
design & inherent quality
usage
environmental conditions
improved technology
mfg. recommendation for SIL rated dev.
Cleaning, lubricating & adjusting
Tests at scheduled intervals (8.6.1.7.1)
Code req. written procedures-see back
Instructions for locating the MCP
Maintenance Records - see below
MCP accessible to Elevator Personnel
Procedures for tests, insp., maint., etc.
for all SIL rated devices & circuits
Procedures for tests & inspections of
unique or product specific items
Procedures for tests, insp., maint., etc.
for traction loss, broken suspension
member, etc. in MCP
Document 8.6 compliance and include:
Maintenance task and date
Exam, test, repair, replacement records
Call back records
Firefighter's operation check - 8.6.11.1
Written record to document compliance
with replacement criteria of A17.6
Available to Elevator Personnel
Record of Oil Usage
Available to Elevator Personnel
Record of Oil Usage
Also see the following and in particular the code
requirements for Written Procedures detailed below:
8.6.2
Repairs
8.6.3
Replacements
8.6.4
Maint. & Testing of Electric Elevators
8.6.4.19.10
E/E/PES - Written checkout procedure
8.6.4.20.8
Leveling - Written checkout procedure
8.6.5
Maint. & Testing of Hydraulic Elevators
8.6.5.16.5
Overspeed Valve - Written procedure
8.6.8
Maintenance & Testing of Escalators
8.6.8.15.7
Rev. Stop Sw. - Written checkout proc.
8.6.8.15.13
Handrail - Written checkout procedure
8.6.11
Special Provisions
8.6.11.4.2
Glass Cleaning - Written Procedure
8.6.11.5.2
Emergency Evacuation Procedure
8.6.11.6.2
Escalator Startup Procedure
8.6.11.7
Means Specified (MRL) Procedure
8.6.11.8
Egress & Reentry Procedure
8.6.11.9
Retractable Platform Procedure
Other Related References
2.4.5
8.6.1.5.1
8.6.1.6.3
8.6.1.6.5
8.6.1.6.7
8.6.1.7.2
Counterweight Runby Plate
Code Data Plate
Wiring Diagrams
Fire Extinguishers
Missing Signs and Data Plates
Periodic Test Tags
A17.1-2010 edition used for basis - others are similar
Written Maintenance Control Program in a fillable .pdf
format is produced by Vertical Assistance LLC of
Kenton, OH and this software available through:
Also see the following and in particular the code
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Repairs
8.6.3
Replacements
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8.6.1.2 General Maintenance Requirements
8.6.1.2.1 A written Maintenance Control
Program shall be in place to maintain the equipment in
compliance with the requirements of 8.6.
(a) The Maintenance Control Program shall consist of
but not be limited to
(1) examinations and maintenance of equipment at
scheduled intervals in order to ensure that the installation
conforms to the requirements of 8.6. The maintenance
procedures and intervals shall be based on
(a) equipment age, condition, and accumulated wear
(b) design and inherent quality of the equipment
(c) usage
(d) environmental conditions
(e) improved technology
(f) the manufacturer’s recommendations for any
SIL rated devices or circuits
(2) cleaning, lubricating, and adjusting applicable
components at regular intervals and repairing or replacing
all worn or defective components where necessary
to maintain the installation in compliance with the
requirements of 8.6.
(3) tests of equipment at scheduled intervals
(8.6.1.7) in order to ensure that the installation conforms
to the requirements of 8.6.
(4) all Code required written procedures (e.g.,
check out, inspection, testing, and maintenance).
(b) The instructions for locating the Maintenance
Control Program shall be provided in or on the controller
along with instructions on how to report any corrective
action that might be necessary to the responsible party.
(c) The maintenance records required by 8.6.1.4 shall
be kept at a central location.
(d) The Maintenance Control Program shall be accessible
to the elevator personnel and shall document compliance
with 8.6.
(e) Procedures for tests, periodic inspections,
maintenance,
replacements, adjustments, and repairs for all SIL
rated E/E/PES electrical protective devices and circuits
shall be incorporated into and made part of the
Maintenance
Control Program. See 2.26.4.3.2, 2.26.9.3.2(b),
2.26.9.5.1(b), and 2.26.9.6.1(b).
(f) Where unique or product-specific procedures or
methods are required to inspect or test equipment, such
procedures or methods shall be included in the
Maintenance Control Program.
(g) Procedures for tests; periodic inspections;
maintenance;
replacements; adjustments; and repairs for tractionloss detection means, broken-suspension-member
detection means, residual-strength detection means, and
related circuits shall be incorporated into and made part
of the Maintenance Control Program. [See 2.20.8.1,
2.20.8.2, 2.20.8.3, 8.6.11.10, 8.10.2.2.2(cc)(3)(c)(2),
8.10.2.2.2(ss), and 8.6.4.19.12.]
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8.6.1.2.1(a)
(1)
MCP consists of:
Procedure & intervals based on:
Scope
(1) examinations and maintenance of equipment at scheduled
intervals in order to ensure that the installation conforms to
the requirements of 8.6. The maintenance procedures and
intervals shall be based on
(a) age, condition & wear
(b) design & inherent quality
(c) usage
(d) environmental conditions
(e) improved technology
(f) mfg. recommendation for SIL rated devices
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8.6.1.2.1(a)
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
MCP consists of:
Procedure
& intervals&based
on:
Cleaning, lubricating
adjusting
Tests at scheduled intervals (8.6.1.7.1)
Code req. written procedures-see back
Scope
(2) cleaning, lubricating, and adjusting applicable
components at regular intervals and repairing or
replacing all worn or defective components where
necessary to maintain the installation in compliance
with the requirements of 8.6.
(3) tests of equipment at scheduled intervals (8.6.1.7) in
order to ensure that the installation conforms to the
requirements of 8.6.
(4) all Code required written procedures (e.g., check out,
inspection, testing, and maintenance).
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Brief Summary of the Scope of
Section 8.6.1.2.1(a) – THE PLAN
1) Exam & Maintenance @ Scheduled Intervals based
condition, design, usage, environment, technology
and manufacturer’s recommendations, etc.
2) Clean, Lube & Adjust @ Regular Intervals and
Repairs & Replacements where Necessary
3) Tests of equipment @ Scheduled Intervals (App. N)
4) Written Procedures as required by Code (check out,
inspection, testing & maintenance)
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8.6.1.2 General Maintenance Requirements
8.6.1.2.1 A written Maintenance Control
Program shall be in place to maintain the equipment in
compliance with the requirements of 8.6.
(a) The Maintenance Control Program shall consist of
but not be limited to
(1) examinations and maintenance of equipment at
scheduled intervals in order to ensure that the installation
conforms to the requirements of 8.6. The maintenance
procedures and intervals shall be based on
(a) equipment age, condition, and accumulated wear
(b) design and inherent quality of the equipment
(c) usage
(d) environmental conditions
(e) improved technology
(f) the manufacturer’s recommendations for any
SIL rated devices or circuits
(2) cleaning, lubricating, and adjusting applicable
components at regular intervals and repairing or replacing
all worn or defective components where necessary
to maintain the installation in compliance with the
requirements of 8.6.
(3) tests of equipment at scheduled intervals
(8.6.1.7) in order to ensure that the installation conforms
to the requirements of 8.6.
(4) all Code required written procedures (e.g.,
check out, inspection, testing, and maintenance).
(b) The instructions for locating the Maintenance
Control Program shall be provided in or on the controller
along with instructions on how to report any corrective
action that might be necessary to the responsible party.
(c) The maintenance records required by 8.6.1.4 shall
be kept at a central location.
(d) The Maintenance Control Program shall be accessible
to the elevator personnel and shall document compliance
with 8.6.
(e) Procedures for tests, periodic inspections,
maintenance,
replacements, adjustments, and repairs for all SIL
rated E/E/PES electrical protective devices and circuits
shall be incorporated into and made part of the
Maintenance
Control Program. See 2.26.4.3.2, 2.26.9.3.2(b),
2.26.9.5.1(b), and 2.26.9.6.1(b).
(f) Where unique or product-specific procedures or
methods are required to inspect or test equipment, such
procedures or methods shall be included in the
Maintenance Control Program.
(g) Procedures for tests; periodic inspections;
maintenance;
replacements; adjustments; and repairs for tractionloss detection means, broken-suspension-member
detection means, residual-strength detection means, and
related circuits shall be incorporated into and made part
of the Maintenance Control Program. [See 2.20.8.1,
2.20.8.2, 2.20.8.3, 8.6.11.10, 8.10.2.2.2(cc)(3)(c)(2),
8.10.2.2.2(ss), and 8.6.4.19.12.]
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8.6.1.2
General Requirements
8.6.1.2.1(b)
Instructions for locating the MCP
Scope of Section 8.6.1.2.1(b)
 Instructions for locating the MCP
in or on the controller along with
 Instructions on how to report any corrective
action to the responsible party
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General Requirements
8.6.1.2.1(c)
8.6.1.2.1(d)
Maintenance Records - see below
MCP accessible to Elevator Personnel
Scope of Section 8.6.1.2.1(c & d)
c) Central Location for Maintenance Records
d) Records shall be Accessible and shall
Document Compliance with 8.6
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8.6.1.2
8.6.1.2.1(e)
8.6.1.2.1(f)
8.6.1.2.1(g)
General Requirements
Procedures for tests, insp., maint., etc.
for all SIL rated devices & circuits
Procedures for tests & inspections of
unique or product specific items
Procedures for tests, insp., maint., etc.
for traction loss, broken suspension
member, etc. in MCP
Scope of Section 8.6.1.2.1(e, f & g)
e) Procedures for tests, inspection &
maintenance of SIL rated E/E/PES
EPD’s
f) Unique Product Specific Procedures or
Methods for Inspection or Testing
g) Procedures for Test, Inspection and
Maintenance of Suspension Means
devices, etc.
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Sections 8.6.1.2.1(b - g) – THE PLAN
b) How do I find THE PLAN and who takes care of
this equipment? – who do I call?
c) Where are the records located?
d) How do I access them?
e) Procedures for SIL rated devices
f) Procedures for Unique Products
g) Procedures for Suspension Means devices
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from A17.1-2010
8.6.1.2.2 Where a defective part directly affecting
the safety of the operation is identified, the equipment
shall be taken out of service until the defective part has
been adjusted, repaired, or replaced.
8.6.1.3 Maintenance Personnel. Maintenance,
repairs, replacements, and tests shall be performed only
by elevator personnel (see 1.3).
8.6.1.4 Maintenance Records
8.6.1.4.1 Maintenance records shall document
compliance with 8.6 of the Code and shall include
records on the following activities:
(a) description of maintenance task performed and
dates
(b) description and dates of examinations, tests,
adjustments, repairs, and replacements
(c) description and dates of call backs (trouble calls)
or reports that are reported to elevator personnel by any
means, including corrective action taken
(d) written record of the findings on the firefighters’
emergency operation required by 8.6.11.1
(e) written record to document compliance with
replacement criteria specified in ASME A17.6
8.6.1.4.2 Record Availability. The maintenance
records shall be available to the elevator personnel.
8.6.1.5 Code Data Plate
8.6.1.5.1 The Code data plate shall comply with 8.9.
8.6.1.6 General Maintenance Methods and
Procedures
8.6.1.6.1 Making Safety Devices Inoperative or
Ineffective. No person shall at any time make
inoperative or ineffective any device on which safety of
users is dependent, including any electrical protective
device, except where necessary during tests, inspections
(see 8.10 and 8.11), maintenance, repair, and
replacement, provided that the installation is first
removed from normal operation.
Such devices shall be restored to their normal
operating condition in conformity with the applicable
requirements prior to returning the equipment to service
(see 2.26.7 and 8.6.1.6).
8.6.1.6.2 Lubrication. All parts of the machinery
and equipment requiring lubrication shall be lubricated
with lubricants equivalent to the type and grade
recommended by the manufacturer.
Alternative lubricants shall be permitted when
intended lubrication effects are achieved.
All excess lubricant shall be cleaned from the
equipment.
Containers used to catch leakage shall not be
allowed to overflow.
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8.6.1.4
Maintenance Records
8.6.1.4.1
Document 8.6 compliance and include:
8.6.1.4.2
8.6.5.7
Available to Elevator Personnel
Record of Oil Usage
Maintenance Records
8.6.1.4.1 Document 8.6 compliance and include:
a) Maintenance task and date
b) Exam, test, repair,
8.6.2
Repairs
Replacements
replacement records 8.6.3
c) Call back records
d) Firefighter's operation check - 8.6.11.1
e) Written record to document compliance with
replacement criteria of A17.6
8.6.1.4.2
8.6.5.7
Available to Elevator Personnel
Record of Oil Usage
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8.6.4
8.6.4.19.10
8.6.4.20.8
Maint. & Testing of Electric Elevators
E/E/PES - Written checkout procedure
Leveling - Written checkout procedure
Written Procedures - Electric
8.6.4.19.10 The person or firm maintaining the equipment shall
provide a written checkout procedure and demonstrate that all
E/E/PES electrical protective devices operate as intended.
8.6.4.20.8 Leveling Zone and Leveling Speed. Check that the
leveling zone does not exceed the maximum allowable distance.
Check that the leveling speed does not exceed 0.75 m/s (150
ft/min). For static control elevators, the person or firm installing
or maintaining the equipment shall provide a written checkout
procedure and demonstrate that the leveling speed with the
doors open is limited to a maximum of 0.75 m/s (150 ft/min)
and that the speed-limiting (or speed monitor) means is
independent of the normal means of controlling this speed [Item
1.10.2(b)].
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8.6.5
8.6.5.16.5
Maint. & Testing of Hydraulic Elevators
Overspeed Valve - Written procedure
Written Procedures - Hydraulic
8.6.5.16.5 Overspeed valves, where provided, shall be
inspected and tested to verify that they will stop the
car, traveling down with rated load, within the
specified limits of 3.19.4.7.5(a) using a written
procedure supplied by the valve manufacturer or the
person or firm maintaining the equipment. If the seal
has been altered or broken, the overspeed valve shall
be resealed after successful test (Item 5.15.2).
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8.6.8
8.6.8.15.7
8.6.8.15.13
Maintenance & Testing of Escalators
Rev. Stop Sw. - Written checkout proc.
Handrail - Written checkout procedure
Written Procedures
Escalators & Moving Walks
8.6.8.15.7 Reversal Stop Switch. The reversal stop switch (to
prevent reversal when operating in the ascending direction)
shall be tested by manually operating it to determine that it
functions properly (Items 8.7 and 10.7). If the device cannot be
manually operated, the person or firm maintaining the
equipment shall provide a written checkout procedure and
demonstrate the device complies with the requirements of the
Code.
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8.6.8
8.6.8.15.7
8.6.8.15.13
Maintenance & Testing of Escalators
Rev. Stop Sw. - Written checkout proc.
Handrail - Written checkout procedure
Written Procedures
Escalators & Moving Walks
8.6.8.15.13 Handrail Safety Systems. The handrail operating
system shall be visually examined for condition. The handrail
entry device, and the stopped handrail or handrail speed
monitoring device, shall be tested by disconnecting of handrail
motion sensor (Items 8.13 and 10.13). The person or firm
maintaining the equipment shall provide a written checkout
procedure and demonstrate that the handrail speed does not
change when a retarding force, up to the maximum required by
code, is applied opposite to the direction of travel (Items 7.3 and
9.3).
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8.6.11
8.6.11.4.2
8.6.11.5.2
8.6.11.6.2
8.6.11.7
8.6.11.8
8.6.11.9
Special Provisions
Glass Cleaning - Written Procedure
Emergency Evacuation Procedure
Escalator Startup Procedure
Means Specified (MRL) Procedure
Egress & Reentry Procedure
Retractable Platform Procedure
Written Procedures
Special Provisions
8.6.11.4.2 A written cleaning procedure shall be made and kept on
the premises where the elevator is located and shall be available
to the authority having jurisdiction.
8.6.11.4.5 A record of authorized personnel trained as specified in
8.6.11.4.4 shall be kept on the premises where the elevator is
located and shall be available to the authority having jurisdiction.
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8.6.11
8.6.11
8.6.11.4.2
8.6.11.4.2
8.6.11.5.2
8.6.11.5.2
8.6.11.6.2
8.6.11.6.2
8.6.11.7
8.6.11.7
8.6.11.8
8.6.11.8
8.6.11.9
8.6.11.9
Special Provisions
Special Provisions
Glass Cleaning - Written Procedure
Glass Cleaning - Written Procedure
Emergency Evacuation Procedure
Emergency Evacuation Procedure
Escalator Startup Procedure
Escalator Startup Procedure
Means
Specified (MRL) Procedure
Means Specified (MRL) Procedure
Egress
Egress &
& Reentry
Reentry Procedure
Procedure
Retractable
Platform
Retractable Platform Procedure
Procedure
Written Procedures
Special Provisions
8.6.11.5.2 A written emergency evacuation procedure
shall be made and kept on the premises where an
elevator is located.
8.6.11.5.6 A record of authorized personnel trained, and
all persons who use special purpose personnel
elevators, as specified in 8.6.11.5.4, shall be kept on
the premises where the elevator is located and shall be
available to the authority having jurisdiction.
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8.6.11
8.6.11.4.2
8.6.11.5.2
8.6.11.4.2
8.6.11.6.2
8.6.11.5.2
8.6.11.7
8.6.11.6.2
8.6.11.8
8.6.11.7
8.6.11.9
8.6.11.8
8.6.11.9
8.6.11
Special Provisions
Glass Cleaning - Written Procedure
Special Provisions
Emergency Evacuation Procedure
Glass Cleaning - Written Procedure
Escalator Startup Procedure
Emergency Evacuation Procedure
Means Specified (MRL) Procedure
Escalator Startup Procedure
Egress & Reentry Procedure
Means Specified (MRL) Procedure
Retractable Platform Procedure
Egress & Reentry Procedure
Retractable Platform Procedure
Written Procedures
Special Provisions
8.6.11.6.2 The following procedure shall be utilized when
starting an escalator or moving walk:
(a – l ) Prior to starting the unit…observe, verify, check…
8.6.11.6.4 A record of authorized personnel trained as
specified in 8.6.11.6.2 shall be kept on the premises
where the escalator(s) or moving walk(s) or both is
located and shall be available to the authority having
jurisdiction.
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8.6.11.4.2
8.6.11.5.2
8.6.11
8.6.11.6.2
8.6.11.4.2
8.6.11.7
8.6.11.5.2
8.6.11.8
8.6.11.6.2
8.6.11.9
8.6.11.7
Glass Cleaning - Written Procedure
Emergency
Evacuation Procedure
Special Provisions
Escalator
Startup
Procedure
Glass Cleaning
- Written
Procedure
Means
Specified
(MRL)
Procedure
Emergency Evacuation Procedure
Egress
& Reentry
Procedure
Escalator
Startup Procedure
Retractable
Platform
Procedure
Means Specified
(MRL)
Procedure
Written Procedures
Special MRL Provisions
8.6.11.8
8.6.11.9
Egress & Reentry Procedure
Retractable Platform Procedure
8.6.11.7 Operating Instructions for Means Specified in 2.7.5.1.1
or 2.7.5.2.1. A written procedure for operating the means shall
be posted in a permanent manner in plain view at an appropriate
location on or adjacent to the means. (Car top & pit)
8.6.11.8 Egress and Reentry Procedure From Working Areas
in 2.7.5.1.3 or 2.7.5.2.3. A written procedure to outline the
method for egress and reentry shall be posted in a permanent
manner in plain view at an appropriate location at the
egress/reentry point.
8.6.11.9 Operating Instructions for Retractable Platforms. A
written procedure to outline the method for the use of
retractable platforms shall be posted in a permanent manner in
plain view at an appropriate location on or adjacent to the
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Brief Summary of the Scope of
Documentation Required in Section 8.6
 Records for Exams, Repairs, Replacements,
Tests, Inspections and Authorized Personnel
 Logs for Callbacks, Oil Usage, FS Test
 Procedures for Electric, Hydro & Escalators
 Special Procedures for Glass Cleaning,
Evacuation, Escalator Startup and for MRL’s
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CREATING THE MCP DOCUMENT
THERE IS NO STANDARD TEMPLATE FOR CREATING A MCP
MANY “CREATIVE” CONCEPTS HAVE BEEN SUBMITTED FOR APPROVAL
SUGGESTIONS / RECOMMENDATIONS
STEP 1. Understand the requirements of Section 8.6
STEP 2. Gather the data and information on the equipment.
STEP 3. Apply the requirements of 8.6 to the documentation in the MCP.
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TRACTION LOSS & BROKEN SUSPENSION
MEMBER DETECTION PROCEDURES
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DOCUMENT THE BASIC EQUIPMENT DATA
E-5839
EH-58-933-2K
SMITH HALL / LOBBY PASSENGER 1
LOBBY PASSENGER 1
SMITH HALL, 112 MAIN ST. ANYTOWN USA
200 FPM
2500
DOVER
1979
APRIL
CONTROLLER / GOVERNOR / SAFETIES
FF SERVICE / FIRE RECALL
1988
1992
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GATHER SERVICE RECORDS / LOGS / SERV. AGREEMENT / MFG MANUALS…
(ALL EXISTING RELEVENT DOCUMENTS)
EXISTING DOCUMENTS, SUCH AS LOGS, SERVICE RECORDS, TEST RECORDS,
TESTING PROCEDURES, ETC CAN BE BENEFICIAL WHEN CREATING THE MCP
CONSIDER ANY UNIQUE OR SPECIAL CONDITIONS OR PROCEDURES THAT APPLY
TO “HOW” THE EQUIPMENT IS MAINTAINED.
E-5839
LOBBY PASSENGER 1
ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS (SALTY ATMOSPHERE) IMPACT FREQUENCY
OF HOISTWAY CLEANING
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ADDITIONAL SECTION 8.6 MCP REQUIREMENTS THAT MAY OR MAY NOT APPLY
TOPIC: SUSPENSION MEMBERS
SPECIFICALLY: ELASTOMERIC-COATED STEEL
MRL-E-77342A
EAST GARAGE 1
IN ADDITION TO A17.6, OTIS Pulse™ Continuous Monitoring System IS INSTALLED
In this example, the Elevator has Coated-Steel Belts. Section 8.6 requires the
Maintenance Control Program document compliance with A17.6. The MCP
confirms compliance with A17.6 and…
For this Elevator, also documents that the manufacturers CSB monitoring system
is implemented as part of the overall Maintenance Program.
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ADDITIONAL SECTION 8.6 MCP REQUIREMENTS THAT MAY OR MAY NOT APPLY.
(E/E/PES ELECTRONIC PROTECTIVE DEVICES)
H2Y-7112
WEST HALL 1
FACILITIES MANAGERS OFFICE
PROCEDURES UTILIZED ARE INCORPORATED IN CONTROLLER INSTALLATION
MANUAL, WHICH IS LOCATED IN STORAGE CABINET IN MACHINE ROOM.
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MULTIPLE “LOGS” AND “PROCEDURE DOCUMENTS” ARE REQUIRED AS PART OF
A CODE COMPLIANT MCP.
 MAINTENANCE / TASK LOG
EXAMINATION LOGS
PERIODIC TEST LOGS
CALL-BACK (TROUBLE CALL) LOG
FIREFIGHTERS SERVICE / FIRE RECALL TEST LOG
HYDRAULIC OIL USAGE LOG
SUSPENSION MEMBER REPLACEMENT CRITERIA
TRACTION LOSS – BROKEN SUSPENSION MEMBER – RESIDUAL STRENGTH
DETECTION PROCEDURES
ELECTRICAL / ELECTRONIC / PROGRAMMABLE ELECTRONIC SYSTEMS
PROCEDURES DOCUMENT
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MRL-E-77342A
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JUNE
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2013
REPAIRED DAMAGED SIGHT GUARD, 5TH FLOOR, HOISTWAY DOOR.
LTY
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JULY
25
2013
PERFORMED ROUTINE MAINTENANCE, PER SERVICE AGREEMENT
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WEST HALL 1
JUNE
15
2013
SEPT.
25
2013
POWER UNIT
QUARTERLY
CLEANED DRIP PAN. CHECKED CONDITION OF ALL HOSES AND
FITTINGS. REPLACED FLEX HOSE. CLEANED FLUID FILTERS.
PIT EQUIP.
SEMI-ANNUALLY
CHECKED HYD CYLINDER FOR LEAKS, (OK). REPLACED PACKING.
PAINTED PIT BUFFERS. CLEANED SUMP. REPL LAMPS. PAINTED
PIT LADDER.
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LTS / JMT
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LTS / JMT
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M-E-77342A
WEST HALL 1
SEMI-ANNUALLY
COMPRESS CAR BUFFERS WITH RATED LOAD. RUN CAR IN DOWN DIRECTION. WATCH FOR LOSS OF
TRACTION AND AUTOMATIC SHUTDOWN. (TRACTION LOSS DETECTION). TESTED OK; JAN 19, 2013
INSPECT HOIST ROPES FOR REDUCTION IN DIAMETER. INSPECT SHEAVE GROOVES PER MFG
RECOMMENDATIONS (PITCH). MANUALLY TRIP TRACTION LOSS DETECTION CIRCUIT/DEVICES.
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LOBBY 1
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AUG.
30
2013
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CBS MONITORING SYSTEM ALERT
EXCESSIVE WEAR FOUND. CSB REPLACED. TESTS PERFORMED
PER REQUIREMENTS OF A17.6 AND MFG
RECOMMENDATIONS. (TEST FOUND NO VIOLATIONS)
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M-E-77342A
LOBBY 1
AUG.
01
2013
x
x
PERFORMED 5YR, FULL LOAD SAFETY TEST PER AGREEMENT AND
STATE REQUIREMENTS. TEST PERFORMED AS PER A.17.2.
TEST WITNESSED BY STATE INSPECTION, NO DEFICIENCIES
FOUND.
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x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
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M-E-77342A
LOBBY 1
DEC.
14
2013
X
PERFORMED 3YR, FULL LOAD RELIEF VALVE PRESSURE TEST, PER
AGREEMENT AND STATE REQUIREMENTS. TEST PERFORMED AS
PER A.17.2.
TEST WITNESSED BY STATE INSPECTION, NO DEFICIENCIES
FOUND.
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X
X
X
X
X
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LOBBY 2
DEC.
NOT RESPONDING TO HALL CALLS
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20
2013
JDP
FOUND CAR AT 2ND FLOOR WITH DOOR OPEN. REPLACED DEFECTIVE CAR DOOR CLOSE CONTACT.
CHECKED SYSTEM, OK.
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10:05AM
10:55AM
JAN.
12
11:50AM
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E. PHONE NOT WORKING
2013
JDP
FOUND PHONE LINE IN BLDG NOT OPERATING. REFERRED PROBLEM TO FACILITY MGR FOR REPAIR.
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CREATING AND IMPLEMENTING THE MCP DOCUMENT
SUMMARY
A Maintenance Control Program is not a Check Chart or Task Log,
however, those existing documents are part of a MCP
The Maintenance Control Program must document compliance
with the (applicable) Requirement of Section 8.6
A Maintenance Control Program is required for each unit, and
must be specific to that unit
Documenting “FREQUENCIES” of maintenance actions is
required
Creating a Maintenance Control Program can be timeconsuming, but it remains a Code Requirement
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NAESA EASTERN REGION WORKSHOP
Specific Procedures
&
Testing
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LifeJacket Test Procedure
This guide is to provide a quick reference to testing the
LifeJacket. For further explanation of product operation,
please refer to the Installation Instructions. This guide is
meant to provide a simple testing procedure for Annual
Inspection and Installation. If at any time the LifeJacket
does not stop the elevator in less than 2" of slide, one shim
per side must be added to bring the operation into
specification. Refer to Section 5.4 of the Installation
Instructions for shimming instructions.
Only Authorized Elevator personnel may perform these
tests.
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R. Coated-Steel Belt (CSB) Inspection using the Pulse™ Continuous
Monitoring System
Pulse is the Otis commercial solution to CSB inspection. It monitors the
condition of the steel cords inside the CSB continuously and signals the car
controller with the CSB status. The CSB status is communicated as an alert or an
alarm as detected. When in ALARM the elevator will go out of service
immediately after allowing passengers to exit. If the system has REM installed,
alerts, alarms, and Pulse system health is reported to local personnel. If the
system does not have REM, alerts, alarms, and Pulse system health are reported
to the elevator controller. The Pulse unit is either located in the overhead of the
hoistway mounted to the underside of the machine structure on MRL or located
in the machine room mounted to the top-side of the machine bedplate when used
in a machine room configuration.
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NAESA EASTERN REGION WORKSHOP
Jurisdictional
Requirements
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Chi
NYC
LA
Hou
Courtesy of NAESAI
A17.1b-1998
A17.1a-2002
A17.1b-2003
A17.1-2004
A17.1a-2005
A17.1-2007
A17-1b-2009
A17.1-2010
NAESA
A17.2-2010
(or earlier editions)
A17.3-1996
A17.3-2002
A17.3-2005
A17.3-2008
A17.3-2011
A17.2-2010
(or earlier editions)
A17.5-2011
(or earlier editions)
A17.6-2010
A17.7-2007
Eastern
A17.4-1999
Eastern Region AHJ’s
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In ME
In NH
In VT
In MA
In RI
In CT
In NY
In NYC
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In NJ
In PA
In DE
In MD
In DC
In VA
In WA
In KY
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In TN
In NC
In SC
In GA
In AL
In MS
In FL
In GSA
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Levels of Enforcement of the MCP
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Requires the Written Plan & Records on site
Requires 3 years of calls & 5 year of tests
Requires plan and records to match on site
Written up if missing, but no enforcement
Requires sticker with location of plan & records
Check chart is acceptable
Visual inspection to verify compliance
Drive by inspections & maintenance
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Reasons for Lack of Enforcement
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Lack of understand of what MCP requires
Resistance of Owners & Maintainers
Fear of Loss of Information
Fear of Lawsuits
Fear of Competitors
Difficulty in Developing a comprehensive
MCP from scratch
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Handouts
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Handout Material
Inspector Pocket Guides
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8.7 Guide (in use 7 years with 2 revisions)
XII Guide developed in 2005 – not issued
MCP Guide – new in 2012
WMCP Brochure
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Code Data Plate (8.6.1.5)
Alteration Pocket Guide
8.7.1
General Requirements
TRACTION
HYDRO
8.7.2
8.7.3
8.7.2.1
Hoistway
8.7.3.1
8.7.2.2
Pits
8.7.3.2
8.7.2.7
Machine room
8.7.3.7
8.7.2.8
Wiring
8.7.3.8
8.7.2.10
Entrances
8.7.3.10
8.7.2.10.1 General
<<<<
8.7.2.10.2 Horizontal Slide
<<<<
8.7.2.10.3 Vertical Slide
<<<<
8.7.2.10.4 Swing Type
<<<<
8.7.2.11
Hoistway Door
8.7.3.11
8.7.2.11.1 Interlocks
<<<<
8.7.2.11.4 Access Sw. (App. R)
<<<<
8.7.2.11.5 Door Restrictor
<<<<
8.7.2.12
Operators
8.7.3.12
8.7.2.13
Re-opening Device
<<<<
8.7.2.14
Cabs
8.7.3.13
8.7.2.14.1 New Cab
<<<<
8.7.2.14.2 Cab Alt. Except panels
<<<<
8.7.2.14.3 Cab Alt. Interiors only
<<<<
8.7.2.14.5 Remove Stop Switch (before b-2003)
8.7.2.15
Frame, Plat. & Guides
8.7.3.14
8.7.2.16
Load and Class
8.7.2.16.1 Type of Service
8.7.3.17
8.7.2.16.2 Class of Loading
8.7.3.18
8.7.2.16.3 Pass on Freight
8.7.3.19
8.7.2.16.4 Increase Rated Load
8.7.3.20
8.7.2.17
Travel or Speed
8.7.3.22
8.7.2.18
Safeties
8.7.3.15
For complete list see A17.1 Sect. 8.7 & App. L
TRACTION
8.7.2.19
8.7.2.20
HYDRO
8.7.3.16
Governor
Rope Brake, etc.
Hydraulic Jack
8.7.3.23.1
Hydraulic Cylinder only
8.7.3.23.3
Move Power Unit
8.7.3.23.6
Plunger Gripper
8.7.3.23.7
Valve & Piping
8.7.3.24
8.7.2.21
Ropes
8.7.3.25
8.7.2.22
Counterweights
8.7.3.26
8.7.2.22.3 Cwt. Guides
<<<<
8.7.2.23
Buffers
8.7.3.27
8.7.2.24
Rails
8.7.3.28
Tank
8.7.3.29
8.7.2.25
Machines
8.7.2.26
Terminal Stopping
8.7.3.30
8.7.2.27
Control Equipment
8.7.3.31
8.7.2.27.1 Top of Car
8.7.3.31.1
8.7.2.27.2 Leveling
8.7.3.31.2
Anti-Creep
8.7.3.31.3
8.7.2.27.3 Power Supply
8.7.3.31.4
8.7.2.27.4 Controller
8.7.3.31.5
8.7.2.27.5 Type of Motion
8.7.3.31.6
8.7.2.27.6 Type of Operation
8.7.3.31.7
Emergency Lowering
8.7.3.31.9
8.7.2.27.7 Remove Stop Switch*
8.7.3.31.10
8.7.2.28
Emerg. Operations
8.7.3.31.8
8.7.4
Other Driving Machines
8.7.5
Special Applications
8.7.6
Escalators & MW
8.7.7
Dumbwaiters & ML
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1202.7
Governor
1203.2g
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Code Data Plate (1200.6)
Alteration Pocket Guide
1200
General Requirements
TRACTION
HYDRO
1201
1203
1201.1
Hoistway
1203.1a
1201.6
Pits
1203.1f
1201.2
Machine room
1203.1b
1201.3
Wiring
1203.1c
1201.10
Entrances
1203.1j
1201.10a
General
<<<<
1201.10b
Horizontal Slide
<<<<
1201.10c
Vertical Slide
<<<<
1201.11
Hoistway Door
1203.1j
1201.11a
Interlocks
<<<<
1201.11d
Access Sw.
<<<<
1201.11
Door Restrictor (111.5)
<<<<
1201.12
Operators-Power
1203.1m
1200.5d
Re-opening Device
<<<<
1202.5
Cabs
1203.2e
1202.5a
New Cab
<<<<
1202.5b
Cab Alt. Except panels
<<<<
1202.5c
Cab Alt. Interiors only
<<<<
1202.4
Frame, Plat. & Guides
1203.2d
1202.8
Load and Class
1202.8a
Type of Service
1203.2h
1202.8b
Class of Loading
1203.2i
1202.8c
Pass on Freight
1203.2j
1202.8d
Increase Rated Load
1203.2k
1202.10
Travel or Speed
1203.4
1202.6
Safeties
1203.2f
1202.7
Governor
1203.2g
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TRACTION
Hydraulic Jack
Move Power Unit
Valve & Piping
TRACTION
1202.14
1202.3
1202.3c
1202.2
1202.1
1202.9
1202.11
1202.12
1202.12a
1202.12b
1202.12c
1202.12d
1202.12e
1202.12f
1200.5b
1202.13
1207
1208
1218
1220
Hydraulic Jack
Move Power Unit
Valve & Piping
Ropes
Counterweights
Cwt. Guides
Buffers
Rails
Tank
Machines
Terminal Stopping
Control Equipment
Top of Car
Leveling
Anti-Creep
Power Supply
Controller
Type of Control
Type of Operation
Remove Stop Switch
Emerg. Operations
Escalators
Moving Walks
Dumbwaiters
Sidewalk Elevators
HYDRO
1203.3a
1203.3f
1203.5
1203.9
1203.2c
<<<<
1203.2b
1203.2a
1203.6
1203.7
1203.8
1203.8a
1203.8b
1203.8c
1203.8d
1203.8e
1203.8f
1203.8g
<<<<
1203.8h
Note: Rope Grippers, Plunger Grippers and Emergency
Lowering are all addressed in later editions of the code. Rule
1200.2 does address Items not covered by Part XII
HYDRO
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8.6.1.4.2
8.6.5.7
Maintenance Control Program (8.6.1.2.1)
Pocket Guide
8.6.1.2
General Requirements
8.6.1.2.1(a)
(1)
(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
(e)
(f)
(2)
(3)
(4)
8.6.1.2.1(b)
8.6.1.2.1(c)
8.6.1.2.1(d)
8.6.1.2.1(e)
8.6.1.2.1(f)
8.6.1.2.1(g)
8.6.1.4
Maintenance Records
8.6.1.4.1
(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
(e)
8.6.1.4.2
8.6.5.7
MCP consists of:
Procedure & intervals based on:
age, condition & wear
design & inherent quality
usage
environmental conditions
improved technology
mfg. recommendation for SIL rated dev.
Cleaning, lubricating & adjusting
Tests at scheduled intervals (8.6.1.7.1)
Code req. written procedures-see back
Instructions for locating the MCP
Maintenance Records - see below
MCP accessible to Elevator Personnel
Procedures for tests, insp., maint., etc.
for all SIL rated devices & circuits
Procedures for tests & inspections of
unique or product specific items
Procedures for tests, insp., maint., etc.
for traction loss, broken suspension
member, etc. in MCP
Document 8.6 compliance and include:
Maintenance task and date
Exam, test, repair, replacement records
Call back records
Firefighter's operation check - 8.6.11.1
Written record to document compliance
with replacement criteria of A17.6
Available to Elevator Personnel
Record of Oil Usage
Available to Elevator Personnel
Record of Oil Usage
Also see the following and in particular the code
requirements for Written Procedures detailed below:
8.6.2
Repairs
8.6.3
Replacements
8.6.4
Maint. & Testing of Electric Elevators
8.6.4.19.10
E/E/PES - Written checkout procedure
8.6.4.20.8
Leveling - Written checkout procedure
8.6.5
Maint. & Testing of Hydraulic Elevators
8.6.5.16.5
Overspeed Valve - Written procedure
8.6.8
Maintenance & Testing of Escalators
8.6.8.15.7
Rev. Stop Sw. - Written checkout proc.
8.6.8.15.13
Handrail - Written checkout procedure
8.6.11
Special Provisions
8.6.11.4.2
Glass Cleaning - Written Procedure
8.6.11.5.2
Emergency Evacuation Procedure
8.6.11.6.2
Escalator Startup Procedure
8.6.11.7
Means Specified (MRL) Procedure
8.6.11.8
Egress & Reentry Procedure
8.6.11.9
Retractable Platform Procedure
Other Related References
2.4.5
8.6.1.5.1
8.6.1.6.3
8.6.1.6.5
8.6.1.6.7
8.6.1.7.2
Counterweight Runby Plate
Code Data Plate
Wiring Diagrams
Fire Extinguishers
Missing Signs and Data Plates
Periodic Test Tags
A17.1-2010 edition used for basis - others are similar
Written Maintenance Control Program in a fillable .pdf
format is produced by Vertical Assistance LLC of
Kenton, OH and this software available through:
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Repairs
8.6.3
Replacements
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