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Add vinyl lettering in the lift to reinforce the message that you have to keep the button pressed #1100

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jackie1050 opened this issue Apr 1, 2019 · 2 comments

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commented Apr 1, 2019

We had an incident this weekend where someone thought they were stuck in the lift, having momentarily pressed the floor 1 button then been unable to open the door.
Although there is a label saying that you need to keep the button pressed to keep the lift moving, it seems that this can be easily overlooked so it would be good to have an additional notice. Agreed with Jason that we can produce some vinyl lettering.

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commented Apr 1, 2019

Related info: if the lift alarm gets set off and you need to reset it, you just have to hold one of the call buttons (on any floor I think) for more than 10 seconds. And if anyone ever needs to get into the control panel on the top floor, we've now got a triangle key for it in DoES...

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commented Apr 1, 2019

I've put the triangle key in the top drawer of the filing cabinet under the coffee machine for safe-keeping. It's the black cross-shaped thing (like a minature 4-way tyre iron)

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