Presentation Title: Understanding the Regulatory Requirements of Private Residence Elevators for Municipalities
This presentation provides a brief history on private residence elevators and focuses on the regulatory and code requirements for an elevator installed in single family dwelling. This presentation will also cover what role municipalities and building officials play in providing permits for homes that have a private residence elevator installed.
Provider: Canadian Elevator Contractors Association Private Residence Division
Date: Monday, September 12, 2022 or Wednesday, September 28, 2022
September 12, 2022 – 1:00pm to 2:00pm (PST)
September 28, 2022 – 9:00am to 10:00am (PST)
Cost: No charge
Registration: Click here
BOABC CPD Eligibility: 1 point – Category A4
This webinar will be recorded and made available to members at a later date.
Don Sanchez, Garaventa Lift
Don has been working in the elevating device industry for 30 years. Don teaches elevating device mechanic training and safety programs along with onsite training for mechanics and trainers with Garaventa dealers throughout North and South America. Don holds many certifications and is currently a member of the Private Residence Division subcommittee of the Canadian Elevator Contractors Association (CECA). Don also sits on the board of directors for CECA, currently as the Vice President and is a member on the Training and Certification Advisory Boards for both Technical Safety BC as well as Technical Standards & Safety Authority of Ontario.
Jamie Hamilton, President Cambridge Elevating
Jamie is an accomplished sales professional with over 15 years of progressive product consulting, sales, business development and marketing experience in the elevator industry. Jamie graduated with a BA in Economics from Wilfrid Laurier University and is the founder and current Chair of the Private Residence Division subcommittee of Canadian Elevator Contractors Association (CECA).
Chris Morrison, Morrison Risk Services
Chris holds many titles including Certified Insurance Professional, Elevating Device Mechanic (T) and QEI Elevator Inspector. Chris has investigated approximately 4000 claims involving elevating devices including two coroners inquests in Canada and has been retained on occasion, as an expert witness in proceedings before the Superior Court of Ontario. Chris can also be seen teaching at Mohawk College for the elevating devices apprenticeship program. Additionally, Chris is a member of the Private Residence Division subcommittee of Canadian Elevator Contractors Association.