Century Elevators Safety

We design, deliver, install and maintain elevators, transport platforms, and material hoists to safely move personnel and materials vertically to the worksite. Our equipment meets or exceeds all of the ANSI and OSHA requirements for its specific designation. Furthermore, Century Elevators maintains an exceptional rating in ISNetworld, PEC, and other audited safety databases to ensure you are getting the most up-to-date safety policy and procedures available. Our safety program is personnel-driven to ensure that the policies are not only effective but also followed. This approach gives your best in class safety performance to match our best in class products.  When you purchase or rent a Century Elevators product know that you are in the safest hands in the industry.


Each of Century Elevators’ employees are subject to random alcohol and drug screening, criminal and credit background evaluations and must be fully versed in OSHA’s workplace safety doctrine. Additionally, all members of the operations department maintain current status with OSHA Basic, Basic Plus and hold TWIC and e-Railsafe cards. Century Elevators belongs to and complies with the requirements of local safety councils throughout the United States to make sure all elevators meet current ANSI and OSHA regulations.



Furthermore, Century Elevators is a good standing member of the PICS Consortium, ISNetworld, Browz, PEC, and maintains a positive EMR rating. Industrial elevator safety is extremely important to us, which is why our safety manual & best practices were developed to meet the rigorous requirements of the industrial sector and are accepted in refineries and plants across the country.


  • Safety Device
  • Un-counterweighted
  • Tower or Mast System
  • Automatic Lube System
  • Overload Sensing Devices
  • Variable Frequency Drive
  • Motor Assembly Classification
  • Bi-Swing Landing Door
  • Car Door Interlocks
  • Service Hatch/Emergency Egress
  • Landing Gate and Care Gate Emergency Key Access
  • Manual Lowering Devices
  • Final Limits
  • Roof Top Control
  • Energy Efficiency
  • Gin Pole
  • Roller Assemblies
  • Machinery - Softly Bedded