Fall hazard. Do not use bottom drawers or pallets as step substitutes when trying to
access material located in upper drawers and pallets. It is recommended that an optional
stepladder with hand rail be used to access upper drawer and pallet material.
The drawer release/locking mechanism grip has limited room for hand space. This
creates a pinch point at the handles when releasing or locking drawers.
Never allow material to exceed the height of the drawer sides. Material exceeding
drawer height will interfere with travel of that drawer and the drawer above.
Rotate the two locking mechanism handles upward toward the center of the drawer and hold in the open
position. Pull out until the locking handles can be released to lock the drawer in the open position.
Drawers will lock in both the closed and fully extended position.
Rotate the two drawer locking handles upward toward the center of the drawer and hold in the open
position. Push the drawer in until the locking handles can be released to lock the drawer in the closed
position. Use drawer handles, not locking mechanism handles, to open and close doors.