99TH GENERAL ASSEMBLY
State of Illinois
2015 and 2016
Introduced , by Rep. Robert Rita
SYNOPSIS AS INTRODUCED:
225 ILCS 312/15
225 ILCS 312/35
225 ILCS 312/40
225 ILCS 312/105
225 ILCS 312/120
225 ILCS 312/140
Amends the Elevator Safety Act. Provides that the Office of the State
Fire Marshal (rather than the Elevator Safety Review Board) shall authorize
the issuance of elevator contractor's licenses, elevator mechanic's
licenses, inspector's licenses, and inspection company licenses. Further
provides that the Board no longer has the power to establish fee schedules
for inspections of conveyances. Requires that the Board prescribe an
inspection form, which shall be the only inspection form used by a person,
company, or home rule unit licensed to inspect conveyances under the Act.
Provides that all applications for a contractor's or inspection company
license shall contain a copy of the Certificate of Authority to transact
business in the State from the Secretary of State for corporations
registered in another state, a certificate of good standing for
corporations registered in Illinois, and an assumed name certificate issued
by the Illinois county in which the business is located for a sole
proprietor or partnership. Requires that all injuries caused by a
malfunctioning conveyance be reported to the Office of the State Fire
Marshal within 2 business days.
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AN ACT concerning regulation.
Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois,
represented in the General Assembly:
The Elevator Safety and Regulation Act is
amended by changing Sections 15, 35, 40, 105, 120, and 140 as
(225 ILCS 312/15)
(Section scheduled to be repealed on January 1, 2023)
For the purpose of this Act:
"Administrator" means the Office of the State Fire Marshal.
"Alteration" means any change to equipment, including its
parts, components, or subsystems, other than maintenance,
repair, or replacement of the equipment, including its parts,
components, or subsystems.
"ANSI A10.4" means the safety requirements for personnel
hoists, an American
"ASCE 21" means the American Society of Civil Engineers
"ASME A17.1" means the Safety Code for
Escalators, an American National Standard, and CSA B44, the
National Standard of Canada.
"ASME A17.3" means the Safety Code for
and Escalators, an American National Standard.