Three Things You Need to Know About the ASME Elevator Safety Code Update

Designed with the building owner and property manager in mind, this video will answer specific questions related to ASME 2019 updates. Diving deep into the new communication requirements, attendees will have a better understanding of how these changes relate to the use of their elevators/escalators and the additions for one-way video and two-way text communications specifically developed for the deaf, hard of hearing, and speech impaired. Topics will include what is required and specifically what those requirements mean for commercial properties. 

 Watch this video to learn:

  • what has changed in the code with example scenarios that illustrate the purpose of this change.
  • how 2019 ASME elevator code changes impact your property and your tenants.
  • the circumstances that will require you to meet these code changes and when you will need to do so.
  • how to properly test equipment for code compliance .
  • how to incorporate one-way video and two-way text communications into your building safety program.

Course length: 30 Minutes

CE Credits: .5

Dave Mann

Vice President of Technology, Kings III Emergency Communications

Dave has built a career that has spanned more than 30 years in the emergency call center field. He is currently responsible for all technology departments at Kings III including IT, Software Development, and Product Development. Throughout his career, Dave has designed, implemented, upgraded, redesigned as well as retired and replaced innumerable systems, processes, business models, workflows and building designs. Active in industry associations, he has been a frequent consultant, trainer and guest speaker.

Don Holloway

Field Services Manager Elevator Program Manager

Kings III Emergency Communications

Don has been with Kings III Emergency Communications for eight years but in the elevator trade for over 20 years . During that time he has worked as a mechanic, service manager, inspector, and consultant. He carries a QEI with NAESA and CET/CETS with NAEC in addition to 20 other state licenses across the country. Don also sits on the Electrical Code Committee with ASME (American Society of Mechanical Engineers). And since codes vary in their use and their adoption, he works closely with local jurisdictions to ensure compliance.


Three Things You Need to Know About the ASME Elevator Safety Code Update Video
Recorded 10/29/2020
Recorded 10/29/2020