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Dominion Elevator Inspection Services
Dominion Elevator Inspection Services
Dominion Elevator Inspection Services
Dominion Elevator Inspection Services

Elevator Safety Codes

Washington DC

Washington, D.C. enforces the the ASME A17.1 2010 and the 2005-S [for machine room-less elevators] safety code for elevators and escalators.
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Alexandria, Virginia

Alexandria has adopted the state-wide building code, the Virginia Uniform Statewide Building Code [VUSBC] 2006 [based on the International Building Code IBC 2006 edition]. The IBC 2006 requires compliance with the ASME A17.1 2004 safety code for elevators and escalators.
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Dominion elevator inspection servicePrince William County, Virginia

As of March 2011 the County adopted the Virginia Uniform Statewide Building Code [VUSBC] 2009 code which requires compliance with ASME A17.1-2006 safety code for elevators and escalators.
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Richmond (city/county), Virginia

In 2011 the City/County adopted the ASME A17.1 2007 with 2008 & 2009 Addenda safety code for elevators and escalators. Building codes vary.
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State of Pennsylvania

The UCC Administration and Enforcement regulation adopted the following code for use throughout the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, effective 12/31/2012. International Building Code 2009: however Chapter 30 (Elevators) is not adopted. Elevator requirements are found in Chapter 405 of the UCC. UCC item 405.2.requires compliance with ASME A17.1- 2000 with "A17.1a -2002 addenda.
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State of Maryland

The State of Maryland is enforcing the following ASME codes as of the each listed adoption date: ASME A17.1 2010 [Adopted 7/8/13] - ASME A17.2 2007 [Adopted 11/16/2009] - ASME A18.1 2011 [Adopted 3/4/2013] - ANSI A10.4 1990 [Adopted 7/15/1996].
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Federal Government

Unless otherwise stipulated, most federal facilities are inspected for compliance with the codes enforced by the jurisdiction in which they are located.