When taking the escalator, the elderly, the weak […]
When taking the escalator, the elderly, the weak, sick, pregnant, and children must be held by an adult holding hands or supported by an adult, and the infant should be hugged by an adult, and the adult should hold the handrail.
Children, the elderly, the weak, the sick, and the disabled should be held or supported by adults with behavioral ability. Infants and young children should be held by the above-mentioned adults. Adults should also use their hands to hold the handrail to avoid accidents. Passengers who rely on crutches, walkers, and wheelchairs should go to other elevators.
Never extend your head and limbs out of the armrest device to prevent being hit by adjacent obstacles and causing personal injury accidents. Home elevators also have a stepped type. The treads are installed on the track to run continuously, commonly known as escalators or moving walks. Fixed lifting equipment serving the specified floors. The vertical elevator has a car that runs between at least two rows of vertical or rigid guide rails with an inclination angle of less than 15°.
Tighten your shoelaces before boarding, and pay attention to loose, towing clothing
To prevent being dragged by the edge of the step, comb plate, apron plate or inner cover plate. It is forbidden to insert crutches, umbrella tips or high-heeled shoes into the gaps on the edges of the steps or the grooves of the step pedals to avoid damage to the steps or comb plates and cause personal accidents. When the escalator is running, the comb plate is a more dangerous part. Passengers should try to avoid touching it with their hands, body, shoes, clothes and skirts, objects, and sharp and hard objects to avoid danger.
When riding, you should stand facing the direction of movement of the steps and hold the handrail with one hand to prevent your body from falling down due to accidents such as emergency stop of the ladder or pushing by others. Please do not intentionally pull back the handrail in the opposite direction of the handrail to try to stop it. Its operation; do not let fingers and clothing touch the parts below the handrails on both sides; do not pull the lower edge of the handrails with your hands. Otherwise, it will affect the normal operation of the handrail, damage the components of the handrail device, and cause physical injury.
When passengers step on the level running section of the step at the entrance of the escalator step, they should keep their feet away from the edge of the step and stand in the middle of the step pedal. Home elevators also have a stepped type. The treads are installed on the track to run continuously, commonly known as escalators or moving walks. Fixed lifting equipment serving the specified floors. The vertical elevator has a car that runs between at least two rows of vertical or rigid guide rails with an inclination angle of less than 15°. Do not step on the junction of the two steps to avoid falling down due to the height difference between the front and rear steps when the steps run to the inclined section. When riding on an escalator or moving walk, please do not touch your shoes or clothing to the apron or inner cover under the glass or metal railing to avoid personal injury caused by hanging during stair movement.
It is forbidden to jump, play, and run on the steps of exercise. Household elevators refer to permanent transportation equipment that serves several specific floors in a building, and its car runs on at least two rows of rigid rails that are perpendicular to the horizontal plane or whose inclination angle to the plumb line is less than 15℃.
It is forbidden to walk and run in the opposite direction of the cascade, so as not to affect the use of others or fall. It is forbidden to lean against the armrests to stand on their sides to prevent clothes from hanging or damaging the armrests.
It is forbidden to discard cigarette butts on the steps to prevent fire; do not discard fruit cores, bottle caps, ice cream sticks, chewing gum, commodity packaging and other sundries on the steps to prevent damage to the comb plate; passengers are not allowed to wear shoes with stains Ride on slippery shoes such as water and oil.