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Elevator Congestion Creating Vertical Traffic Jams

The pandemic and social distancing requirements revealed the problems with high-rise elevators, yet residents of Greater Toronto's increasingly tall towers have long know about the chronic . . .

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TSSA Safety Inspectors Return to Work

OPSEU/SEFPO Local 546 safety inspectors voted to ratify their first Collective Agreement with the Technical Standards and Safety Authority (TSSA) today, ending their 11-week strike.

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OPSEU Strike and TSSA's Plans

OPSEU, the union representing TSSA inspectors, made the decision to commence a strike starting July 21, 2022, before the parties had a chance to reach an agreement.

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CECA Scholarship Application Now Available

The Canadian Elevator Contractors Association (CECA) has announced that the application is now open (within the member section of the website) for the seventh annual CECA Scholarship.

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Two Way Video Phone System Requirements Starting August 1, 2022

If you have been following Solucore’s posts in an effort to keep your elevators up to date, you’ll know that a new code is on the horizon, and will take effect on August 1, 2022 in Ontario.

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The requirement to report extended elevator outages takes effect in July 2022

This summer, legislation is coming into effect that will include new reporting requirements for extended elevator outages in residential buildings.

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