Notices and operating instructions

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All. Notices and operating instructions
A11.1. General
All.1.l. All plates and notices, including those bearing
operating instructions, should be untearable, of' durable material,
placed in a conspicuous position and inscribed in easily legible
lettering in the language of the country where the lift is installed
(or in several languages if the national regulations so require).
A11.2. Inside the car
Al 1.2.1. (1) An indication of the contract load of the lift
(in units of mass) and of the maximum number of persons should
be affixed to the inside of the car.
For lifts available for use without attendants, the latter
number should be calculated as a function of the car floor area in
accordance with the table in A4.2.1.
The corresponding notice should be worded as follows:
"Maximum load: ... Ib" (or "... kg").
"Number of persons: ..
All .2.2. Operating and safety instructions should be affixed
to the inside of the car whenever this appears useful. In particular,
in the case of lifts without car doors, it should be indicated that
persons and goods should be kept clear of the wall of the well.
A11.3. In machine and pulley rooms
A1l.3.1. On doors or trapdoors giving access to machine and
pulley rooms, notices should be affixed reading: "Lift Machinery-
DangerNo Admittance to Unauthorised Persons".
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