Author: JOSEPH STABLER
James Filippone, P.E., is a mechanical engineer who started his career in the design and construction of nuclear power plants. He joined the Port Authority of NY and NJ years later, and started his elevator and escalator career. Joel D. Feldman, Esq. is an attorney who received his J.D. in 1981 from Villanova University School of Law. He is a shareholder and managing partner of the Philadelphia law firm of Anapol, Schwartz, Cohan, Feldman & Smalley, P.C. Ronald D. Schloss, executive director, SEEC, LLC, is an elevator consultant and electrical engineer with a life-long dedication to the vertical transportation industry. All of his 50-plus working years, except for military obligations, have been in the elevator industry. Eventually he joined the International Union of Elevator Constructors (IUEC). David Cooper, BSc(Hons), MSc, MPhil, CEng, FRSA, FIET, FCIBSE has over 30 years of experience in the lift and escalator industry. He is the Managing Director of LECS (U.K.) Ltd. He holds several degrees with an emphasis on accident investigations. Joseph L. Stabler began his career in the elevator industry in 1975 before graduating from the Basic Institute of Technology in Electronic Engineering Technology (1977). Thereafter, he co-founded Custom Home Elevators of St. Louis. Joe subsequently sold his company interest in 1979 to pursue and earn his journeyman mechanics certificate through the IUEC (1984). He earned his QEI certificate from NAESA (1991-Present) and then founded Stabler Associates, Inc. (1992), an independent elevator and escalator consulting firm where he serves as President/CEO.
By JOSEPH STABLER
by James Filippone, P.E., Joel D. Feldman, Esq., Ronald D Schloss, David A. Cooper, Joseph L. StablerSome accidents have an element of in the wrong place at the wrong time about them, while others have an element of disregard for the equipment invol...
By JOSEPH STABLER
Some accidents have an element of in the wrong place at the wrong time about them, while others have an element of disregard for the equipment involved. Sadly, others fall into the category of sheer negligence or incompetence. This book will help yo...