Elevator What We Do NCDOL Inspectors conduct inspections to ensure proper installation and safe operation of elevators, escalators, workman's hoists, dumbwaiters, moving walks, and lifting devices for people with disabilities that operate in public establishments (except federal buildings) and private places of employment. Companies or individuals installing equipment under NCDOL jurisdiction must submit prints and applications for approval before installation begins. The NCDOL Elevator and Amusement Device Bureau will issue an installation permit, which must be posted on the job site. New installations, as well as alterations to existing equipment, are inspected. Companies installing equipment in the state of North Carolina must have an electrical license number issued by the Electrical Board of Examiners. This license number will be verified before the “Application for Installation” form will be processed. All units must be installed as to the requirements in A.S.M.E. A17.1. Escalator Safety Tips About 90 percent of all escalator incidents involve senior citizens or small children. Escalator Safety Tips Need Assistance? Notices to Elevator Companies Elevator Forms Inspection Guides Corrected Violations Request a Site Visit NCDOL Inspectors Text Version Interactive Map Export Map Data Other Information Public Records Request To make a public records request, please complete this form. Customer Survey - Elevators and Escalators This short survey provides you the opportunity to tell us about our job performance and potential improvements. Statewide Elevator Lookup Look up information about elevators in the state. Report a Safety Concern This form is used to report safety concerns regarding elevators, escalators, amusement devices, aerial tramways, or other related equipment in the state of NC. Report Elevator Laws and Administrative Rules Elevator Safety Act The Elevator and Amusement Device Bureau enforces the Elevator Safety Act, which governs the design, construction, installation, inspection, certification, operation, alteration and investigation of accidents involving elevators, escalators and other special equipment. Elevator Administrative Rules The N.C. Department of Labor adopts administrative rules, which provide further information regarding enforcement of the act. The rules for the Elevator Safety Act can be found at the Office of Administrative Hearings website.