STATE OF HAWAII ELEVATOR
CODE CRITERIA APPLICABLE TO
NAVY ELEVATORS IN HAWAII
12-230-10(s)(1) An emergency stop
An emergency stop switch may
switch shall be provided in the car.
be provided in the car. The
NFGSs require emergency stop
12-230-10(u) Standby power shall be
Standby power may be provided.
provided to at least one elevator for
UBC requirements are the same
every building where the highest level
as the state req'ts. DM 3.09
of human occupancy is more than 75 feet
requires that standby power be
above the lowest level of fire dept
provided "if dictated by local
12-230-10(v) Only electrical wiring,
Rules 101.2 and 102.1 do not
raceways, and cables that serve the
address electrical wiring, etc
elevator are allowed in the machine
in machine rooms.
12-230-11(a)(1) The phase I emergency
Switch location required to be
recall key switch shall be located 6
at the designated level.
feet above the floor on the left hand
side of the elevator wall on the desig-
12-230-11(h)(2) The keys for phase I
Keys shall be kept on the
and II operation shall be kept in a
premises in a location readily
firefighters lockbox located adjacent
available to authorized
to the phase I key switch.
12-230-11(j) There shall be a sign
within the firefighters lockbox
indicating the elevator service
company and phone number.
12-230-14(b)(5) A competent operator
No operator qualifications or
shall be in control of an elevator
used for construction at all times.
12-230-14(e) A sign must be posted
No sign required.
in elevators used for construction
stating "for construction personnel
and materials only".