AEA Code of Practice -

The Australian Elevator Association (AEA) recommends that the processes described in this section be followed to cover
1. New Lifts
2. Altered Lifts
3. Electrical Conformance
4. Lifts in Services (annual certification of "safe to operate") (includes comments on Risk Management Plan)
5. Requirements for Certification

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General Risk Assessment Guideline: ISO TS14798

The objective of ISO/TS14798 is to describe principles and set procedure for a consistent and systematic risk assessment methodology relevant to lifts, escalators and moving walks.

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Australian Elevator Association
Written by Administrator   
Monday, 08 February 2010 19:43

Who is the Australian Elevator Association?

Established in 1961, the AEA is today the peak industry body for companies operating in the elevator industry in Australia.
The AEA currently represents organisations installing the great majority of the lift, moving footway and escalator projects in Australia.
Like all industry associations, the main purpose of the AEA is to represent its members and to be a voice for their common interests.





Written by Administrator   
Thursday, 14 January 2010 07:55

Why become a member of the AEA?

Becoming a member of the AEA has many benefits and advantages including:

  • Contribute to the progress of the industry;
  • A forum for discussion about industry issues;
  • Keep abreast of industry changes;
  • Opportunity to actively contribute to technical working groups;



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