Conveyances to be safe and in conformity with law.
Rules—Waivers during state of emergency.
Additional powers of department.
Powers of attorney general.
Privately and publicly owned conveyances are subject to chapter.
Conveyances in buildings occupied by state, county, or political subdivision.
Responsibility for operation and maintenance of equipment and for periodic tests.
Permits—When required—Application for—Posting.
Operating permits—Limited permits—Duration—Posting.
Conveyance work to be performed by elevator contractors—Acceptance tests—Inspections.
Inspectors—Inspections and reinspections—Suspension or revocation of permit—Order to discontinue use—Penalties—Investigation by department—Waiver of provisions during state of emergency.
Suspension or revocation of license or permit—Grounds—Notice—Stay of suspension or revocation—Removal of suspension or reinstatement of license or permit.
Operation without permit enjoinable.
Order to discontinue operation—Notice—Conditions—Contents of order—Recision of order—Violation—Penalty—Random inspections.
Review of department action in accordance with administrative procedure act.
Penalty for violation of chapter—Rules—Notice.
Accidents—Report and investigation—Cessation of use—Removal of damaged parts.
Resolution of disputes by arbitration—Appointment of arbitrators—Procedure—Decision—Enforcement.
Disposition of revenue.
Elevator safety advisory committee.
Conveyance work—Who may perform—Possession of license and identification.
Elevator contractor license, elevator mechanic license—Qualifications—Reciprocity.
Material lift mechanic license.
Licenses—Renewals—Fees—Temporary licenses—Continuing education—Records.
Liability not limited or assumed by state.
Exemptions from licensure.
Private residence conveyances—Licensing requirements—Rules.
Whistleblower—Identity to remain confidential.