Elevator Emergency Code Updates

Includes a Live Web Event on 04/17/2024 at 1:00 PM (EDT)

In 2019, ASME updated the landscape of elevator safety by incorporating two-way text and one-way video into A17.1-2.27.1. Dive into the heart of this change with our webinar, designed to unravel the impact, intent, and subsequent implications on equipment, installation, and monitoring requirements. As an extra bonus, we will also explore the proper way to test for elevator phone compliance.

Join us on this educational opportunity and empower yourself to navigate the changing landscape of elevator emergency communications with confidence and expertise. 

Learning Objectives: At the end of the webinar, attendees will be able to:

• Identify the key updates and revisions introduced in the ASME A17.1, with a particular focus on 2.27.1, 2019 Elevator Code (safety standards, design requirements, and compliance procedures) with regards to emergency communications.
• Understand how to meet the new requirements including the data required and impact of proprietary vs nonproprietary systems.
• Understand how to properly test equipment for code compliance.
• Gain insights into the practical implications of the ASME A17.1 2019 with a focus on ensuring compliance, enhancing safety and meeting ADA requirements.

 This session is approved for 1 CEU. The live session was also approved for 1 AIA LUs. BOMA International's AIA Provider Number is 50110101. 

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James Bowers

Solutions Engineering Manager

Kings III Emergency Communications

James Bowers has 20 years experience with Kings III Emergency Communications. For the last five years he has overseen the integration of all ASME 2019 compliant elevator systems, which require live video and two-way messaging for elevator entrapment assessment, into the Kings III Emergency Dispatch Center. James is also the developer and department head of the Solutions Engineering Department. In addition to being the subject matter experts for ASME 2019 code requirements, he and his team assist the Kings III sales and operations departments and their clients with navigating questions about the Kings III product line, the codes that govern them, and installation practices. 

Daniel Goldstein

National Product Manager

Kings III Emergency Communications

Daniel Goldstein is a seasoned product manager with over a decade of experience in bringing innovative solutions to market. With an understanding of consumer needs and market dynamics, he has led cross-functional teams to launch successful products across diverse industries, including elevators, specialty chemicals, and consumer goods. Daniel's strategic vision and collaborative approach have driven product innovation, resulting in tangible business growth and customer satisfaction. Leveraging his analytical skills and market insights, he excels in identifying emerging trends and translating them into actionable product strategies. Spending most of his elevator career at Rath-Janus, Daniel worked on developing one of the more prominent two-way video messaging products on the market today.

Phillip Adams (Moderator)

Industry Education and Engagement Specialist

Kings III Emergency Communications

Phillip Adams is an accomplished professional with a wealth of experience in training and education across various industries. Currently serving as an Industry Engagement and Education Specialist at Kings III Emergency Communications, he is dedicated to enhancing safety and communication practices in emergency response. Prior role at Kings III, he served as a Training Manager, where he developed and implemented comprehensive training programs to drive organizational success in the Emergency Dispatch Center. With over twenty years of experience, Phillip has demonstrated expertise in instructional design, facilitation, and performance analysis.

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Elevator Emergency Code Updates
04/17/2024 at 1:00 PM (EDT)  |  75 minutes
04/17/2024 at 1:00 PM (EDT)  |  75 minutes In 2019, ASME updated the landscape of elevator safety by incorporating two-way text and one-way video into A17.1-2.27.1. Dive into the heart of this change with our webinar, designed to unravel the impact, intent, and subsequent implications on equipment, installation, and monitoring requirements. As an extra bonus, we will also explore the proper way to test for elevator phone compliance. Join us on this educational opportunity and empower yourself to navigate the changing landscape of elevator emergency communications with confidence and expertise.
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Live and Archive Viewing: 1.00 CEUs credit and certificate available
Live and Archive Viewing: 1.00 CEUs credit and certificate available