Calling and Entering the elevator:
- In case of fire do not use elevator. Use designated exits.
- Give priority use to disabled persons or those carrying items such as bicycles, luggage, or strollers.
- Press the button one time and wait. Pressing over and over again will not make it come any faster.
Riding the elevator:
- If you have balance issues hold the handrail or lean against the wall.
- NEVER jump in or shake the elevator. This can create a malfunction.
- Do not tamper with key switches, cabinets, or emergency communication devices
- Use the DOOR OPEN button to hold the doors open. Do NOT use your hands or any other body part.
What to do if an elevator gets stuck:
- If the stops elevator and the doors do not open, press your floor again and try the door open button.
- If you are indeed stuck in the elevator, press the alarm button and wait for professional assistance. If there is a phone you may use that as well as the alarm to summon assistance.
- NEVER EVER try to escape a stalled elevator without professional assistance, If you do so, you may be
Escalators and Moving Walks:
- Passengers only! No strollers, carts, or other wheeled items
- No bare feet, crocks, or high heels. Make sure to check your shoelaces and loose clothing before entering.
- Step on carefully! Also make sure it is going the right direction! Use extreme care if wearing Bifocals.
- Face forward and hold the handrail at all times. Make sure to take small children by the hand.