With headquarters in Toronto, the authority employs in excess of 320 staff, approximately 70 percent of whom work in operations. Governed by a 13-member board of directors with relevant backgrounds, the authority is accountable to the Ontario government. TSSA funds its operations by charging its industry clients a fee for the services it provides.
in Tools & Equipment, Maintenance, Installation, etc., Tape, Selector Magnetic, Security Systems and Components, Leveling/Landing Units, Encoders, Safety Tools, Devices, and Equipment, Escalator Systems, Components, and Parts, Door Protection, Controllers/Signal Systems and Equipment, Switches, Hoistway, Solid-State Boards and Components, Fire Recall Systems, Explosion-Proof Equipment, Electrical and Electronic Devices and Equipment, Detectors, Motion, Doors and Door Accessories and Parts, Computers, Software, and Data Management
CEDES has been developing innovative opto-sensor solutions since 1986 for safety and information, automation and monitoring systems for the elevator and the door & gate industries. CEDES products are sold in more than 60 countries. The firm is managed in accordance with the ISO 9001 quality management standard, with all products possessing the most important certification required internationally (TÜV, BG, CE, CCSA, CUS, UL). CEDES offers "More than you expect".
The objective of ELA is to collect and update information, to set up databases and publish statistics on equipment and services, to participate in codes and standards formulations and to promote quality, safety and technical standards and to generally promote the installation and safe use of lifts, escalators & moving walks throughout the continent.
Are you interested in taking the Elevator Industry Aptitude Test? The testing process can be both tricky and competitive. This is mostly because elevator contractors, installers, and repairers are some highest paid trade industry careers.