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  3. What is Maintenance maintenance: a process of routine examination, lubrication, cleaning, and adjustment of parts, components, and/or subsystems for the purpose of ensuring performance in accordance with the applicable Code requirements. (See also repair and replacement.)1 1 ASME A17.1-2010/CSA C44-10 - Section 1.3 - Definitions CodeDataPlate.com

  4. Why is Maintenance in the Code? • Assure Safe Conditions for the Public • Extend the Useful Life of the Equipment • Provide for Trouble free Operation • To Prevent Catastrophic Failures • Keep the Safety Level equal to that when the Equipment was Installed or Altered CodeDataPlate.com

  5. History • How has Maintenance Evolved? • Early Days • Owner’s Maintenance • Manufacture’s Maintenance • Maintenance Companies • Focused Maintenance CodeDataPlate.com

  6. What is in the MCP • Examinations • Maintenance • Tests & Inspections • Frequency (Scheduled Intervals) • Procedures • Tasks • Records • Anything unique to the equipment CodeDataPlate.com

  7. How is an MCP Developed? • Survey equipment • Examine the contract terms • Review any special requirements • Due to the type of equipment • Because of the usage of the equipment • Review Internal Company Procedures • Complete Step by Step MCP CodeDataPlate.com

  8. Jim Runyan NAESA International

  9. What does a “Code Compliant” MCP look like? • How to use Form • Inserting Job Requirements • Company Procedures • Specific Procedures • Specific Testing • Record Keeping Vertical Assistance, LLC

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  11. 1921 Code CodeDataPlate.com

  12. 1921 Code CodeDataPlate.com

  13. 1955 Code CodeDataPlate.com

  14. 1955 Code – Part X SECTION 1000--MAINTENANCE Rule 1000.1 Lubrication All parts of the machinery and equipment requiring lubrication should be lubricated at regular periodic intervals with lubricants of a grade as recommended by the manufacturer. The useof excessive amount of lubricant should be avoided. 1000.la Hoisting and Counterweight Wire Ropes. For precautions to be taken in lubricating hoisting and counterweight wire ropes, refer to American Standard Practice for the Inspection of Elevators, Inspectors' Manual, ASA A17.2-1945. 1000.lb Governor Wire Ropes. Governor wire ropes shall not be lubricated after installation as the lubricant may interfere with the ability of the governor jaws to stop the governor rope and apply the safety. 1000.1c Guide Rails. Guide rails, except those of elevators equipped with roller or other type guiding members not requiring lubrication, should be kept well lubricated; but an excess of lubricant should be avoided. Rails on which a lubricant is used should be cleaned down at least once a year. Where necessary, a non-flammable or high-flash-point solvent CodeDataPlate.com

  15. 1955 Code – Part X SECTION 1000—MAINTENANCE 1000.1c Guide Rails.Continued: should be used to remove excess lubricant, lint, and dirt which will accumulate on them and which presents a hazard in case of fire in the hoistway. Where sliding-type safeties are used it is important that guide-rail lubricants, or pre-lubricated or impregnated guide-shoe gibs where used, be of a type recommended by the manufacturer of the elevator which will not reduce the holding power of the car safety (see Part II, Section 205. Rule 205.16). Rust-preventive compounds such as paint, mixtures of graphite and oil, and similar coatings should not be used as they may interfere with and in many cases will prevent proper operation of the car safety. Some substances may even cause complete failure of the safety to function. If it is considered necessary for any reason to use any of these substances, the manufacturer of the elevator should be consulted before applying it. CodeDataPlate.com

  16. 1955 Code – Part X SECTION 1000—MAINTENANCE Continued: 1000.ld Oil Buffers. The oil level should be checked at least once a month and the buffer kept full to the level indicated by the manufacturer. The manufacturer of the buffer should be consulted as to the proper grade of oil to be used in the buffer (see Part 11, Section 201, Rules 201.4j and 201.4k). Buffer plungers should be kept clean and shall not be coated or painted with a substance which will interfere with their operation. 1000.1e Controller Contactors and Relays. Controller contactors and relays should be kept clean and free from dirt and should be lubricated where necessary as recommended by the manufacturer. 1000.1f Car-Safety Mechanisms. All moving parts of car-safety mechanisms should be kept clean and free of rust and dirt, and should be lubricated at frequent intervals. This is especially important where the equipment is exposed to water or corrosive vapors or excessively damp conditions, as corrosion or rusting of the parts may prevent operation of the safety. CodeDataPlate.com

  17. 1955 Code – Part X Rule 1000.2 General Requirements 1000.2a Hoistways and Pits. Hoistways and be kept pits should clean and free of dirt and rubbish and shall not be used for storage purposes. Water should not be allowed to accumulate in pits. 1000.2b Machine Rooms. Machine-room floors should be kept clean and free from oil or grease. Articles or materials not necessary for the maintenance or operation of the elevator shall not be stored therein. Flammable liquids having a Flashpoint of less than one hundred and ten (110) degrees Fahrenheit shall not be kept in such rooms (see Part I, Section 101, Rule 101.6). 1000.20 Escalator Pit Pans. Escalator pit pans should be periodically cleaned of oil and refuse. The frequency of cleaning will depend on the service, but should besuch as to reduce to a minimum the hazard resulting from accidental ignition. 1000.2d Tops of Cars. The tops of cars should be kept clean and free from oil or grease and shall not be used for storing lubricants. Material not required for the operation of the elevator shall not be stored or carried on top of elevator cars (see Part 11, Section 204, Rule 204.lg). CodeDataPlate.com

  18. 1955 Code – Part X 1000.2e Painting. Care should be used in the painting of the equipment to see that it does not interfere with the proper functioning thereof. This is especially important in the case of governors, car-safety parts and buffer parts; and these should be tested for proper operation after completion of painting (see Part II, Section 206, Rule 206.3). 1000.2f Refinishing of Elevator Cabs. Particular care should be used when refinishing elevator cabs in the hoistways. The following precautions should be taken: … Rule 1000.3 Periodic Reshackling of Car Hoisting Ropes of Drum-Type Machines 1000.3a Reshackling Periods. The hoisting ropes of power elevators having drum-type driving machines with one-to-one (1:l) roping shall be reshackled at the car ends at intervals not longer than: 1 Twelve (12) months for machines located over the hoistway. 2 Twenty-four (24) months for machines located below or at side of the hoistway… CodeDataPlate.com

  19. 1955 Code – Part X A metal tag shall be securely attached to each rope after each reshackling. and shall bear the following information: 1 The name of the person or firm who performed the reshackling. 2 The date on which the rope was reshackled. The material and marking of the tags shall conform to the requirements of Part II, Section 207, Rule 207.3 except that the height of the letters and figures shall be not less than one-sixteenth (1/16) inch. Rule 1000.4 Making Safety Devices Inoperative No person shall at any time make any required safety device or electrical protective device inoperative, except where necessary during tests, inspections, and maintenance. Immediately upon completion of such tests, inspections, and maintenance, such devices shall be restored to their normal operating condition in conformity with the applicable requirements (see also Part 11, Section 210, Rule 210.7). SECTION 1001-MAINTENANCE OF HYDRAULIC ELEVATORS AND DUMBWAITEPS CodeDataPlate.com

  20. 1990 Code – Part XII CodeDataPlate.com

  21. 1990 Code – Part XII CodeDataPlate.com

  22. d-2000 Code – Part XII 2000 Code – Sect. 8.6 Harmonization Birth of the MCP CodeDataPlate.com

  23. 2000 Code – Section 8.6 8.6.1.2 General Maintenance Requirements 8.6.1.2.1 Maintenance required in 8.6.1.1.1 shall consist of, but not be limited to, the following: (a) examinations at required or scheduled intervals of all parts and functions of an installation; (b) periodic inspections and tests as required by 8.11, at intervals established by the authority having jurisdiction (see 8.11.1.3); (c) cleaning, lubricating, and adjusting applicable components at regular intervals, and repairing or replacing all worn or defective components where necessary, to prevent the device from becoming unsafe for operation; and (d) repairing or replacing damaged or broken parts affecting the safe operation. CodeDataPlate.com

  24. 2000 Code – Section 8.6 8.6.1.2 General Maintenance Requirements 8.6.1.2.2 The maintenance procedure and intervals shall be based on: (a) equipment age and accumulated wear; (b) design and inherent quality of the equipment; (c) usage; (d) environmental condition; (e) improved technology. CodeDataPlate.com

  25. 2000 Code – Section 8.6 8.6.1.2 General Maintenance Requirements 8.6.1.2.2 The maintenance procedure and intervals shall be based on: (a) equipment age and accumulated wear; (b) design and inherent quality of the equipment; (c) usage; (d) environmental condition; (e) improved technology. 8.6.1.2.3 Where a defective part directly affecting the safety of the operation is identified, the elevator shall be taken out of service until the defective part has been adjusted, repaired or replaced. CodeDataPlate.com

  26. 2000 Code – Section 8.6 • 8.6.1.4 Maintenance Records • 8.6.1.4.1 Maintenance records shall document compliance with 8.6 of the Code and shall include records on the following activities: • (a) description of maintenance task performed and dates; • (b) description and dates of examinations, tests, adjustments, repairs, and replacements; • (c) description and dates of call backs (trouble calls) or reports that are reported to elevator personnel by any means, including corrective action taken; and • (d) written record of the findings on the firefighter’s • service operation required by 8.6.10.1. CodeDataPlate.com

  27. 2000 Code – Section 8.6 • 8.6.1.4 Maintenance Records • 8.6.1.4.2 Record Availability. The maintenance records shall be available to the elevator personnel. 8.6.1.3 Maintenance Personnel Maintenance, repairs, and replacements shall be performed only by elevator personnel (see 1.3). CodeDataPlate.com

  28. A17.1a-2002 Code No Changes CodeDataPlate.com

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  30. b-2003 Code – Section 8.6 Expanded Scope • 8.6.1.2 General Maintenance Requirements • 8.6.1.2.1 A written Maintenance Control Program • shall be in place to maintain the equipment in compliance • with the requirements of 8.6. • (a) The Maintenance Control Program shall consist of • but not be limited to the following: • (1) examinations, maintenance, and tests of equipment • at scheduled intervals in order to ensure that the • installation conforms to the requirements of 8.6. The • maintenance procedures and intervals shall be based on • (a) equipment age, condition, and accumulated wear • (b) design and inherent quality of the equipment • (c) usage • (d) environmental conditions • (e) improved technology CodeDataPlate.com

  31. b-2003 Code – Section 8.6 Expanded Scope • 8.6.1.2 General Maintenance Requirements • 8.6.1.2.1 A written Maintenance Control Program • shall be in place to maintain the equipment in compliance • with the requirements of 8.6. • (a) The Maintenance Control Program shall consist of • but not be limited to the following: • (2) cleaning, lubricating, and adjusting applicable • components at regular intervals and repairing or replacing • all worn or defective components where necessary to maintain the installation in compliance with the • requirements of 8.6. • (b) The instructions for locating the Maintenance • Control Program shall be provided in or on the controller • along with instructions on how to report any corrective • action that might be necessary to the responsible party. CodeDataPlate.com

  32. b-2003 Code – Section 8.6 Expanded Scope • 8.6.1.2 General Maintenance Requirements • 8.6.1.2.1 A written Maintenance Control Program • shall be in place to maintain the equipment in compliance • with the requirements of 8.6. • (c) The maintenance records required by 8.6.1.4 shall be kept at a central location. • (d) The Maintenance Control Program shall be accessible to the elevator personnel and shall document compliance with 8.6. 8.6.1.2.2 Where a defective part directly affecting the safety of the operation is identified, the equipment shall be taken out of service until the defective part has been adjusted, repaired, or replaced. 8.6.1.3 Maintenance Personnel. Maintenance, repairs, and replacements shall be performed only by elevator personnel (see 1.3) CodeDataPlate.com

  33. b-2003 Code – Section 8.6 Stayed the same • 8.6.1.4 Maintenance Records • 8.6.1.4.1 Maintenance records shall document compliance with 8.6 of the Code and shall include records on the following activities: • (a) description of maintenance task performed and dates • (b) description and dates of examinations, tests, • adjustments, repairs, and replacements • (c) description and dates of call backs (trouble calls) or reports that are reported to elevator personnel by any means, including corrective action taken • (d) written record of the findings on the firefighter’s • service operation required by 8.6.10.1 • 8.6.1.4.2 Record Availability. The maintenance records • shall be available to the elevator personnel. CodeDataPlate.com

  34. A17.1-2004 andA17.1a-2005 Codes Editorial Changes only (no technical change) CodeDataPlate.com

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  36. A17.1-2007 Code Changes • 8.6.1.2 General Maintenance Requirements • 8.6.1.2.1 A written Maintenance Control Program shall be in place to … • but not be limited to • (a)(1) examinations, maintenance, and tests of equipment … shall be based on • (f) the manufacturer’s recommendations for any • SIL rated devices or circuits • SIL* rated device requirements added • (e)Procedures for tests, periodic inspections, maintenance, replacements, adjustments, and repairs for all SIL* rated E/E/PES** electrical protective devices and circuits shall be incorporated into and made part of the Maintenance Control Program. See 2.26.4.3.2, 2.26.9.4(b), 2.26.9.5.1(b), and 2.26.9.6.1(b). • (f)Where unique or product-specific procedures or • methods are required to inspect or test equipment, such • procedures or methods shall be included in the Maintenance • Control Program. *Safety Integrity Level ***electrical/electronic/programmable electronic system CodeDataPlate.com

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  38. A17.1a-2008 Code Changes • Testing & Procedures requirements added 8.6.1.2.1 A written Maintenance Control Program shall be in place to maintain the equipment in compliance with the requirements of 8.6. (a) The Maintenance Control Program shall consist of but not be limited to (1) examinations, and maintenance and testing of equipment at scheduled intervals in order to ensure that the installation conforms to the requirements of 8.6…. (3) tests of equipment at scheduled intervals (8.6.1.7) in order to ensure that the installation conforms to the requirements of 8.6. (4) all Code required written procedures (e.g., check out, inspection, testing, and maintenance). CodeDataPlate.com

  39. A17.1b-2009 Code Changes • 8.6.1 General Requirements • 8.6.1.1 Maintenance, Repair, and Replacement • 8.6.1.1.1 Equipment covered within the scope of this Code shall be maintained in accordance with 8.6. • 8.6.1.1.2 Maintenance, repairs, replacements, and tests shall conform to 8.6 and the applicable • (a) Code at the time of the installation; and • (b) Code requirements at the time of any alteration; and • (c) ASME A17.3 if adopted by the authority having jurisdiction • 8.6.1.1.3 It is not the intent of 8.6 to require changes to the equipment to meet the design, nameplate or performance standard other than those specified in • 8.6.1.1.2, unless specifically stated in 8.6. 8.6.1.5.1 A data plate that indicates the Code and edition in effect at the time of installation and any alteration (see 8.7.1.8) shall be provided. The data plate shall also specify the Code and edition in effect at the time of any alteration and the applicable requirements of 8.7. 8.6.1.5.2The Code data plate shall comply with 8.9. No change to 8.6.1.2.1 39

  40. A17.1-2010 Code Changes 8.6.1.2.1 A written Maintenance Control Program shall be in place to maintain the equipment in compliance with the requirements of 8.6. (a) The Maintenance Control Program shall consist of but not be limited to (b) through (f) (g) Procedures for tests; periodic inspections; maintenance; replacements; adjustments; and repairs for traction-loss detection means, broken-suspension-member detection means, residual-strength detection means, and related circuits shall be incorporated into and made part of the Maintenance Control Program. [See 2.20.8.1, 2.20.8.2, 2.20.8.3, 8.6.11.10, 8.10.2.2.2(cc)(3)(c)(2), 8.10.2.2.2(ss), and 8.6.4.19.12.] • 8.6.1.4.1 Maintenance records shall document compliance with 8.6 of the Code and shall include records on the following activities: • through (d) • (e) written record to document compliance with replacement criteria specified in ASME A17.6 (Suspension Means Standard) CodeDataPlate.com

  41. What’s Coming Up in A17.1-2013 • MCP Changes • MCP Task Group – 3 years of compromise • Reorganization of Sections • Added Definitions • Location of Records • Added Appendix • Public Review Draft ended September 2012 CodeDataPlate.com

  42. 2013 Service O Manufacturer Owner S Provider M CodeDataPlate.com

  43. 2013 MCP Documentation CodeDataPlate.com

  44. 2013 MCP Record Keeping CodeDataPlate.com

  45. Stretch break! • Pass out MCP Pocket Guide CodeDataPlate.com

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  49. Scope (1) examinations and maintenance of equipment at scheduled intervals in order to ensure that the installation conforms to the requirements of 8.6. The maintenance procedures and intervals shall be based on (a) age, condition & wear (b) design & inherent quality (c) usage (d) environmental conditions (e) improved technology (f) mfg. recommendation for SIL rated devices CodeDataPlate.com 49

  50. (2) cleaning, lubricating, and adjusting applicable components at regular intervals and repairing or replacing all worn or defective components where necessary to maintain the installation in compliance with the requirements of 8.6. (3) tests of equipment at scheduled intervals (8.6.1.7) in order to ensure that the installation conforms to the requirements of 8.6. (4) all Code required written procedures (e.g., check out, inspection, testing, and maintenance). Scope CodeDataPlate.com