1. Check the elevators for proper function and safety:
Make sure the elevators are properly maintained and safe for use. This includes checking that the elevators are properly functioning, as well as ensuring that all safety features are in place and working correctly.
2. Make sure all emergency exits are accessible and open:
Make sure that all emergency exits on the elevator are accessible and open, in case of an emergency.
3. Test the alarm system to make sure it is working properly:
Test the alarm system to make sure it will sound if there is a problem with the elevator.
4. Check the security of the elevators:
Make sure that the elevators are secure, so that people cannot get into them without permission.
5. Inspect the door hardware and seals for damage or wear:
Inspect the door hardware and seals for any damage or wear, which could affect the safety of the elevator.
6. Test the brakes on each car:
Test the brakes on each car to make sure they work properly.
7. Check the lights, signs, and buttons in each car:
Make sure all of the lights, signs, and buttons in each car are working correctly.
8. Inspect the counterweight system:
Inspect the counterweight system to make sure it is working correctly and is not damaged.
9. Look for any damage to cars or cables:
Look for any damage to either the cars or cables on the elevator. This could affect its safety.
10. Verify that all safety instructions are posted in each car:
Verify that all required safety instructions are posted in each car on the elevator so that people know what to do in case of an emergency.