- Let others exit before you enter an elevator.
- Enter and exit carefully—watch your step.
- Hold children’s hands.
- Make sure your child and stroller are clear of the closing elevator doors.
- Keep clothing, bags, and other personal items clear of closing doors.
- Wait for next car if the elevator is full.
- Avoid using anything to keep an elevator door from closing. That includes hands, feet, and canes.
- Face forward and hold the handrail.
- Never sit on escalator steps.
- Do not lean or sit on escalator rails.
- Keep packages, purses, and other personal belongings off escalator handrails and steps.
- Children should hold an adult’s hand, not the handrail at all times.
- Never run on escalators.
- Step off when you reach the landing.
- Keep clothing and shoes away from the sides; laces, sandals, and scarves can get caught.
- Be especially careful when wearing narrow high heels that can get caught in the grooves.
- Keep to the right.
- Don’t bring wheelchairs, strollers, and baby carriages onto escalators.
- Step on and off, and proceed promptly; don’t block the landing.