Rules for safe and civilized riding of escalators and moving sidewalks

Classification:Public Propaganda

(1) Children and the elderly, the weak and the disabled should be held tight or supported by an adult with behavioral ability. Infants and young children should be held by the above-mentioned adults. Adults should also hold the handrail with their hands to avoid accidents. Passengers who rely on crutches, walking aids and wheelchairs should take the elevator.

(2) Do not stretch your head and limbs out of the handrail device to avoid being impacted by obstacles, ceilings, adjacent escalators or inclined moving sidewalks, and causing personal injury accidents.

(3) It is forbidden to insert sharp and hard objects such as crutches, umbrella tips or high-heeled shoes into the gap at the edge of the step or the groove of the step pedal, so as to avoid damaging the step or comb plate and causing personal accidents.

(4) Do not deliberately pull back the handrail in the opposite direction of the handrail to prevent it from running; Do not let your fingers or clothes touch the parts below the handrails on both sides; Do not turn over the lower edge of the handrail with your hand. Otherwise, it will affect the normal operation of the handrail, damage the components of the handrail device, or scratch or crush your fingers.

(5) It is forbidden for children to climb on the handrail or inner cover, and it is forbidden to play with the handrail or inner and outer cover as a slide, so as to prevent personal abrasion, pinch injury or falling accidents.

(6) It is forbidden to jump, play or run on the moving steps.

(7) It is forbidden to walk and run in the opposite direction of the running steps, so as not to affect others to use or fall. It is forbidden to stand sideways against the handrail to prevent clothes from hanging or damaging the handrail device.

(8) It is forbidden to throw cigarette butts on the steps to prevent fire; Do not throw away fruit stones, bottle caps, ice cream sticks, chewing gum, commodity packaging and other sundries on the steps to prevent damage to the comb plate; Passengers are not allowed to ride on shoes with water, oil and other slippery soles.

(9) When the escalator or moving sidewalk is running, the comb plate is a more dangerous part. Passengers should try to avoid touching their hands, bodies, shoes, skirts, objects, sharp and hard objects to avoid danger.

(10) It is forbidden to touch the entrance of the handrail with hands or other foreign matters to prevent involvement; Children are not allowed to play or play near the turning end of the handrail to prevent their heads, arms or bodies from being caught between the handrail and the floor.

(11) In case of unexpected emergencies (such as passengers falling down or fingers and heels being clamped), immediately call the passengers or personnel on duty at the entrance and exit of the stairs to immediately press the red emergency stop button to stop the operation of the escalator or moving sidewalk, so as to avoid greater injury. Under normal circumstances, do not press this button to prevent other passengers from falling due to inertia due to sudden stop.

(12) It is forbidden to ride barefoot, squat on the step pedal, and do not wear soft plastic shoes or rubber shoes, especially when the comb plate has comb teeth defect and deformation, it is easy to cause serious injury to the feet or buttocks.

(13) It is forbidden to push strollers, shopping trolleys, etc. to take the escalator, so as to prevent the car from falling off balance, or even causing injury to other passengers or equipment damage. Please take the elevator or travelator when necessary.

(14) Passengers' luggage, handbags and other luggage should be carried by hand (for the moving sidewalk, it can be placed in the shopping cart). Pets should be held, not on the step pedal or handrail.

(15) It is forbidden to use escalators or moving sidewalks as conveyors to directly carry goods. Passengers are not allowed to carry heavy objects with long shape or large volume, so as to prevent personal injury or equipment damage caused by touching the ceiling, adjacent escalators, etc.

(16) It is forbidden to take the bus in case of fire and earthquake in the building, and it should be evacuated through the fire stairs. Do not take escalators and moving sidewalks when they are flooded (for example, due to the rupture of water pipes in the building).

(17) When the escalator stops running, do not use it as a walking stair, because the vertical height of the ladder is not suitable for people to walk, which is easy to cause tripping or falling.

(18) When taking the automatic sidewalk, "walk on the left and stand firmly on the right", that is, passengers should stand as close to the right side of the steps as possible when taking the ride, leaving a space on the left as an emergency passage for passengers in emergencies. This is a civilized way to take the ladder.