Elevator Safety Board
The Elevator Safety Board is a group of primarily private citizens who have authority to review certain matters related to the Department of Labor & Industry concerning elevators. It also has the authority to grant variances to certain regulations, and recommend regulations to the Secretary of Labor and Industry relating to construction, maintenance and inspection of elevators and safe operation of elevators.
Under the Administrative Code of 1929, amended October 30, 2017, the Elevator Safety Board consists of nine members - one a representative of the Department of Labor & Industry, one a representative of an elevator manufacturing company, one a representative of an elevator servicing company, one an architectural design or elevator consulting profession, one an elevator inspector, one a representative of a labor organization specializing in the installation, maintenance and repair or elevators and other conveyances, one a building owner or manager, one a representative of a municipality, and one a representative of the general public. These members are appointed by the Governor.
The Elevator Safety Board meets at least once each month to hold hearings and to consider appeals and requests on the elevator regulations within its jurisdiction. Click here for specific information on these
Laws and Regulations administered or monitored by the Department of Labor & Industry.
In accordance with the Sunshine Law Meeting Notice, (Act 84 of 1986), proposed Elevator Safety Board meeting dates are published as a matter of public record. Meeting dates are subject to change based on Board Members' schedules and, if changed, republication is made.
The proposed meeting dates are as follows:
|January 22||July 23|
|February 19||August 20|
|March 19||September 17|
|April 23||October 22|
|May 21||November 19|
|June 18||December 17|