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When possible, inspections and tests shall be based on the equipment manufacturer's
recommendations. Where local governments have jurisdiction and their safety codes require
more stringent or more frequent inspections or tests than the available guides specify, the local
government safety codes shall prevail.
1.2.2 Certifications
All vertical transportation equipment shall have a valid current certificate posted in the car or
maintained in the Public Works Department (PWD). If held by the Public Works Department, a
notice will be posted in the car stating where the certificates can be found. When no deficiencies
have been found, the inspector shall complete and sign an elevator inspection certificate,
NAVFAC 9-11014/33. (See Figure 1-1). When deficiencies are found, but do not detract from
operating safety, the inspection certificate may be completed prior to correction. Deficiencies
shall be reported. When deficiencies which directly affect operating safety are found, the
inspector will immediately notify the Public Works Officer. The Public Works Officer shall
insure that the equipment is locked out of service mechanically or electrically and tagged "Do
Not Operate" and the certificate shall be withheld until corrective action is taken. Deficiencies of
this nature include, but are not limited to, deficiencies of the car and counterweight safeties,
governor, limit switches, emergency switches or contacts, slack cable switch, door locks or other
safety devices, hoists or governor ropes and fastenings, and brakes and supporting structures for
machinery or equipment. The certificate shall be reinstated only after reinspection and testing
indicates that corrections have been made in accordance with the inspection and testing
requirements of this manual.
1.2.3 Reporting
Vertical transportation equipment inspection reports shall be made to the Commanding
Officer. The reports for each individual unit shall be on the respective form (See sample forms at
the end of each specific chapter). This report shall provide details to allow for preparation of
work orders or contracts to correct the deficiency. Tests and inspection reports shall normally be
forwarded to the Commanding Officer or his representative within ten working days after the
performance of tests or inspection on the individual unit. Vertical transportation equipment
operating without an inspection certificate shall be reported to the Public Works Officer or
Facility Manager as soon as possible. Mishaps which result in injury or death shall be reported
as directed by OPNAVINST 5102.1 series. Personal Injuries/Death (PID) or Material (Property)
Damage (MPD) mishap reports shall be filed as directed. Use Report Symbol OPNAV 5102-1
for PIDs and Report Symbol OPNAV 5102-2 for MPDS.
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