License Verification Tool | Elevator Inspector

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) requires all professionals working with and around elevators to be licensed and certified. This includes technicians, inspectors, contractors, and engineers. The requirements vary by state, making it difficult for employers to keep their workforce compliant and know when to renew licenses. With Certemy, employers can maintain compliance and save time by automating license tracking and primary source verification.

What is Certemy?

Certemy is the leader in license verification, offering an automated system that validates occupational licenses and certifications across an organization. It allows employers to confirm that their workforce is active and appropriately renewed, and free of any sanctions or other disciplinary actions. By providing employers with complete visibility and control of their workforce compliance programs, they can stay ahead of regulatory compliance and track employee licenses and credentials in one system of record.


One of the major benefits of Certemy is the time saving aspect. Employers will no longer be stuck sorting through piles of paperwork or trying to hunt down the latest license status of their employees. Certemy eliminates the manual processes, providing pre-built workflows that are configurable to automate many administrative tasks such as license application processes.

Certemy also makes it incredibly easy to track each employees license status. Employers can easily review and compare the renewal dates of their employees and ensure that all where any sanctions or disciplinary actions have occurred in the past. Regular employee reviews can be easily performed with the help of Certemy.

Elevator Inspector Licensing Requirements

The OSHA requirements for elevator inspectors are strictly enforced. All elevator inspectors must be educated and trained to recognize potential safety hazards and violations in an elevator system. They must also have the knowledge to perform a thorough safety inspection and evaluation. Depending on the state, additional requirements may be established, and Certemy can make locating and verifying a valid license simple.

Elevator inspectors are expected to:

Know and understand any applicable OSHA requirements

Perform a comprehensive inspection of an elevator system

Identify any potential safety hazards

Verify that any corrections, repairs, or alterations to the system are done safely and in compliance with OSHA standards

Keep records of inspections and/or repairs

Understand any local or state licensing requirements

Elevator inspector licenses must be renewed regularly, so Certemys automated system can help employers stay up to date on license renewals. This can also reduce the amount of time spent on manual processes such as reviewing and filing paperwork. Ultimately, this ensures that elevator inspector licenses are accurate and up-to-date, reducing the risk of potential violations.

The main takeaway

With Certemy, employers can ensure the highest level of safety and compliance with the automated license tracking and primary source verification system. By managing licenses and credentials in one system of record, employers can quickly review and compare employee renewal dates, as well as check for any sanctions or disciplinary actions. This streamlines administrative processes and makes It isimple to stay on top of OSHA requirements and local or state licensing requirements for elevator inspectors.


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