State elevator permit service goes online
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State elevator permit service goes online


The state Department of Labor and Industrial Relations has launched a one-stop, online service for submission and payment of installation applications for new elevators.

The service also includes so-called kindred equipment and personnel hoists at construction sites.

DLIR Director Dwight Takamine said the department’s efforts to make all types of elevator permit applications and fee payments available online is part of Gov. Neil Abercrombie’s initiative to provide the public with more convenient services.

The digital form allows online completion and attachment of installation plans for review. Following payment, applicants will receive an email copy of the application and a payment receipt.

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