Helpful Links

NAESA stands for the National Association of Elevator Safety Authorities. NAESA's mission is to promote current codes and standards, teach and educate stakeholders, certify inspectors, and assist the populace in enhancing elevator safety and understanding new elevator technology. NAESA's vision is dedicated to being the recognized leader in education and certification of elevator personnel and becoming a worldwide advisor and authority on elevator safety.

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The International Association of Elevator Consultants (IAEC) brings together qualified Vertical Transportation Professionals to improve the general function of the industry in all its phases. IAEC members adhere to an established high code of ethics and clients of IAEC members know they are dealing with the most professional consulting firms in the industry.

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The Elevator Escalator Safety Foundation (EESF) was created by the elevator/escalator industry to develop and disseminate safety materials to the public in order to eliminate preventable accidents on the industry's equipment.

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Bureau of Elevator Safety: Gateway to the Bureau of Elevator Safety website with links to various elevator related topics and information.

Elevator Renewal Information for On-Line Renewals: Gateway for the Department of Business and Professional Regulation's Online Services for license renewals.

What Every Elevator Owner Should Know: Useful information for elevator owners

Licensee Search: Gateway for searching license status for elevators, elevator inspectors and elevator companies.

Florida Building Code: This site is designed to allow you to view the Florida Building Code 5th Edition (2014) on the International Codes Council, State-Adopted Codes for free.

Florida Accessibility Code: This site is designed to allow you to view the Florida Building Code 5th Edition (2014) Accessibility Code on the International Codes Council, State-Adopted Codes for free.

Please check with your local jurisdiction for the most up-to- date code edition year and adoption date. You are limited in your abilities to search and print, however all sections of the codes are available for you.