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Boiler and Elevator

Overview

The Boiler and Elevator Safety program has been in place since Utah was a territory, but the first major milestone occurred on July 1, 1967, when the Utah Legislature enacted the Boiler and Pressure Vessel Act.

Inspection Types

Boilers and Pressure Vessels

Boiler inspectors shall examine conditions in regards to the safety of the employees, public, machinery, ventilation, drainage, and into all other matters connected with the safety of persons using each boiler or pressure vessel.

Elevators

Elevator inspectors shall examine conditions in regards to the safety of the employees, public, machinery, drainage, methods of lighting, and into all other matters connected with the safety of persons using or in close proximity to each elevator.

Applications

Public Web

Need to know the status of your inspection or obtain a copy of your Certificate of Inspection and Permit to Operate but don’t know the State Number?

Inspector Web

Private access for State of Utah and Deputy Insurance Inspectors Only to enter their inspections. Login credentials required.

Invoice Payment

Need to make a Boiler Invoice or Elevator Invoice payment?

Request a copy of your permit

(801) 530-6850

Ami Windham

available 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM

160 E 300 S
Salt Lake City, UT 84111

awindham@utah.gov

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