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MITSUBISHI ELEVATORS AND ESCALATORS 1
Hold the Moving Hand-rail. MITSUBISHI ELEVATORS AND ESCALATORS 2 May lose your balance May lose your balance Tumble down if escalator stops Tumble down if escalator stops OtherwiseOtherwise
Do not touch the operating panel 3 MITSUBISHI ELEVATORS AND ESCALATORS Escalator will stop Escalator will stop Passenger may fall over Passenger may fall over
Children must be held by parents … 4 MITSUBISHI ELEVATORS AND ESCALATORS Hold parents’ Hand tightly Hold parents’ Hand tightly Hold Handrail with your other hand Hold Handrail with your other hand
Escalators are meant only for people. Not for … 5 MITSUBISHI ELEVATORS AND ESCALATORS Wheelchairs Wheelchairs Baby Strollers Baby Strollers Shopping Carts Shopping Carts
Face Forward … 6 MITSUBISHI ELEVATORS AND ESCALATORS Do not try to move in the opposite direction of Travel Don't run, push others when moving
Take a big step while Entering and Leaving … 7 MITSUBISHI ELEVATORS AND ESCALATORS You may trip on the combs
Do not leave your cloths loose … 8 MITSUBISHI ELEVATORS AND ESCALATORS Comb Step Skirt guard Be Careful with your clothes hanging loose over the moving steps
No legs on the skirt guard … 9 MITSUBISHI ELEVATORS AND ESCALATORS Rubber shoes will get caught And you will stumble over and get hurt badly
Do not Stand or Walk on the Deck … 10 You may be carried by the moving handrail MITSUBISHI ELEVATORS AND ESCALATORS And Fall off the escalator when balance is lost
Do not Lean out … 11 MITSUBISHI ELEVATORS AND ESCALATORS Don’t Lean, Sit or Ride on the moving handrail You will hit the wedge guard or trap inside the floor beam and get hurt badly
Do not use inoperative escalator as stair … 12 MITSUBISHI ELEVATORS AND ESCALATORS If it suddenly starts moving, you will tumble and get hurt badly
Do not Place your baggage on the handrail … 13 MITSUBISHI ELEVATORS AND ESCALATORS Moving handrail is only for Holding If baggage falls, passengers & publics may get injured
Inoperative Escalator is not a gallery … 14 MITSUBISHI ELEVATORS AND ESCALATORS Overload can make the escalator move down Finally audience will fall over others and cause injury
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