There are many different types of elevator bolts, and the different kinds of bolts can cause different types or types of injuries.

You may be able to avoid an elevator bolt by using one of the following safety guidelines to reduce your risk of injury or death:Use only a solid safety belt with a locking buckle.

This means that you should never use a belt with loops or loops of any kind that could allow the belt to slip or snap off.

Never use any safety device that can cause the bolt to come loose, or a device that could be easily removed.

Always use a safety harness that has the same type of safety device as the bolt, such as a safety belt loop or a safety buckle loop.

This is particularly important for the elderly or someone with disabilities, because they have lower extremity muscles and tend to be less able to hold on to their belts and pull the bolt out.

Always keep your hands inside your harness, or wear a safety glove or a glove-like material over your hands to prevent the bolt from coming loose.

Never leave your belt unattended.

A bolt may come loose from the belt if it falls into the lap of a person with an injury.

Always secure your belt, and if you cannot secure it properly, check to make sure the bolt is secured.

Keep your belt out of the way.

If the bolt comes loose from your belt while you are on an elevator, you should use your hands, preferably your index and middle fingers, to pull the pin out.

Do not try to pull out the bolt by pressing down on it with your thumb or index finger.

If you cannot pull the anchor, you will need to secure the anchor.

Always keep your belt on your person.

Avoid wearing a safety helmet that has a strap that is too wide or too tight.

A small, tight strap may easily get stuck on your neck, and a large, loose strap may catch on your throat.

If this happens, use your hand or a small knife to gently pull the strap off.

If it comes off, there is a good chance that you have fallen.

Do NOT wear a seat belt.

This can cause a very high risk of serious injury or even death if it gets stuck on someone’s head.

If you fall while on an elevator, the safest way to protect yourself is to get off the elevator.

Do so by putting your feet on the ground or on the floor, or by standing or sitting on a seat.

Do a quick safety check before you try to get back on the elevator and get out.

You should also check your belt and use a safe safety device, such a safety-belt loop or safety-buckle loop.

Keep in mind that if you fall and get hurt on the way down, you could injure yourself or other people on the ride.

Be sure to wear a protective helmet.