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Provides training forums related to amusement ride safety, administration, regulation and enforcement at all levels of city, county, state, provincial, U.S. and Canada. Fosters cooperation among regulatory officers themselves and between them and the many manufacturers, industrial, business and consumer interests affected by their official activities.
P.O. BOX 638
Brandon, Florida 33509-0638
MESA, established in 1954, as a nonprofit association, is comprised of industry professionals. Our purpose is to promote public safety in the usage of all vertical transportation, meet to exchange ideas which will result in a better understanding within the elevator industry, review laws and changes pertaining to elevator codes.
198 TREMONT STREET, STE. 443
Boston, Massachusetts 02116-4705
Fax: (617) 249-0790
Uteg u. 9/a
+36 1 3394308
Fax: +36 1 3208256
Established in 1956 as Joint Trust Agreements between the elevator industry association, inc. and L/U #3, IBEW (EE Division) for the purpose of education, apprenticeship and safety training, and employment services for L/U #3, IBEW (EE Division) members in the NY Metropolitan Area.
35-40 36th STREET
Long Island City, New York 11106
Fax: (212) 689-4369
Since 1973 BEEC has been dedicated to public safety concerning building equipment, elevators, escalators, and amusement rides and devices. Practicing training course for qualification of inspectors exchange of information researches and studies of safety measures.
DAI-ICHI TENTOKU BUILDING 1-13-5 TORANOMON
Since 1962, OIPEEC has provided a forum for exchange of information about rope endurance. OIPEEC promotes the concepts of endurance prediction as the basis for rope selection and qualification.
C/O Millfield Enterprises Ltd
Shelley Rd, Newburn Ind. Est.
CEOC International promotes safety, quality and the environment world-wide through independent inspection, testing and certification.
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