• Subway Guide
  • Customer Service
  • Culture & Tourism
  • Safety & Environment
  • About Us

Safety & Environment

  • Safety Guide
    • General
    • Use of Escalators
    • On the platform
    • Service for the Disabled
    • In case of Falling into the Rail Track
    • On the Train
    • In Case of a Fire
  • Safe Subway Experience
    • Summary
    • Measurement Result


Happy together with citizens 5678 seoul metropolitan rapid transit.

home   Safety & Environment  Safety Guide  Service for the Disabled
clipping mail print addresscopy


zoomout zoomin

Service for the Disabled Safety Guide Animation

View animation Download
  • Use after completely understanding the directions posted on the equipment, and in case of a malfunction during use, call a staff for help using the calling button.
  • The wheel chair lift is design-manufactured for general wheel chairs and must not be used for motorized wheel chairs.
  • If a motorized wheel chair must be transported, especially for the disabled, a guardian or a station staff must be at the side to provide help.
  • If an old-model wheel chair is being used, the following should be taken into consideration:
    • Getting on at the top :
      Secure the safety belt around the waist before moving the wheelchair onto the lift,
      secure the safety ring onto the lift, and then operate.
    • Getting on at the bottom :
      1. ① Board the lift and secure the safety belt around the waist, secure the safety ring on to the lift, and then operate.
      2. ② Upon arrival at the top and getting off, remove the safety belt and ring after moving the front wheels half-way onto the wheel chair lift platform.
        The guardian or station staff must turn off the lift power switch, lower the clutch, and manually push the lift (Motion is prohibited during boarding the lift).
  • In case the wheel chair unexpectedly halts during motion, press the emergency switch and wait until help comes (do not get off the lift without help).
  • Equipment has been installed for the convenience of passengers such as the disabled, the elderly, pregnant women, infants, and toddlers experiencing difficulty with public transportation, and should not be used by general passengers.
  • For the safety of the disabled, the elderly, pregnant women, infants, and toddlers, the door opening and closing time is longer than that of general-use elevators.
  • Be cautious such that hands, feet, or clothing get stuck between doors.
  • Do not forcibly open the doors
  • Do not touch the control console
  • If stuck inside, press the emergency button and wait for help.
Quick Menu
  • How to use the subway
  • subway map
  • Time Table
  • Transit Fare
  • Looking for Lost Items
  • Voice of Customer
  • Tourism Courses