Maintenance & The Maintenance Control Plan Course
Author: JOHN W KOSHAK
Format: CEU (CONTINUING EDUCATION)
Publication Date: 40391
SPECIAL NOTICE:During the month of December 2014 there will be a rush processing fee added to each continuing education order as follows: 1-5 courses: $10 per orderMore than 5 courses: $20 per order This is aself-study course with a timed online test. The book for this course is not included and should be purchased separately. This course is based on Chapters 1-2 of the Maintenance on New Equipment Designs by John Koshak (not included). The Maintenance &The Maintenance Control Plan Coursecounts as 3 contact hours (0.3 CEUs) towards recertification. Approved by NAEC for CETand NAESA for QEI (maximum of 0.2 CEU for online courses per annual renewal period can be applied towards maintenance of qualifications for certified inspectors) and the states of Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Mississippi, Montana, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, Virginia, Washington, WestVirginia, Wisconsin Learning Objectives - By studying the required materials to take the exam the reader will have had the opportunity to learn about:
- Thedifference in maintenance procedures on machine-room-less elevators and legacy equipment.
- Maintenance control programs (MCPs) and what they entail. Curriculum - The following are some areas covered:
- Maintenance Control Program
- Click here to purchase the Maintenance On New Equipment Designs book if you do not have access to a copy.
- Study Chapters 1-2 of the book.
- Include your full name when purchasing the online course.
- Within 2 to 3 business days you will receive an email withinstructions for the exam.
- Use the provided online link, ID, and Password to login to the Online Testing Center.
- If you scored 80% or above you can immediately print your certificate of completion. If you score below 80% you will have up to two free retakes.
John Koshak is head and founder of Elevator Safety Solutions, Inc. Directly prior to reactivating the company in September 2008, Koshak served as director of Codes and Standards for North America for ThyssenKrupp Elevator. He was formerly in research at ThyssenKrupp Research, Innovation and Design. Koshak got his start in the industry in 1980 with Westinghouse Elevator Co. and has worked for Dover Elevator, Amtech Elevator and Adams Elevator Equipment Co., where he was vice president of Technical Support. He was a National Elevator Industry Educational Program instructor from 1982 to 1991, designed the LifeJacket hydraulic-elevator safety and holds several patents for elevator-component designs. Koshak is a member of the ASME A17 Standards Committee and a regent of the Elevator Escalator Safety Foundation.