What should I pay attention to when using the freight elevator?

Update:13-10-2018
Summary:

The door must be lightly closed when the door is opened […]

The door must be lightly closed when the door is opened or closed. (to prevent the door rope from getting out of the slot or smashing the door safety switch)
When loading and unloading the cargo, please place it in the middle of the car (≥5cm from the side of the car) to prevent the car from getting stuck.
After removing the goods, the hall door should be closed and closed, until the door light is turned on or the lights are off, to ensure the normal use of other landings.
When the elevator is not stuck or faulty, do not touch the emergency stop switch. When the emergency stop switch is touched, the emergency stop light or the occupancy light on the call panel will light up. In this case, the emergency stop switch should be reset until the call is reset. The elevator can be used normally after the emergency stop light on the panel or the occupancy light is off.
When the elevator is only related to all the hall doors, the door opening lamp or the occupying lamp on the call panel can be used normally. When any door is not closed, the elevator cannot operate normally.
When the Freight elevator does not stop at this floor, the mechanical lock of the hall door will be automatically locked. It is not allowed to open the hall door in any way except for maintenance.
It is strictly forbidden to short the safety switch of the hall door and open the hall door to let the elevator run. If it is found that the elevator can open the hall door, it should be stopped immediately, and the total power supply of the elevator and all the hall doors should be closed for timely repair.
The elevator is strictly prohibited from overloading, and the weight of the cargo should be ≤ the load capacity specified on the call panel.
When the elevator fails, the maintenance personnel should be notified in time for maintenance. Do not let the elevator run with the disease. It is strictly forbidden to carry out elevator maintenance under the condition of unsupervised or non-maintenance personnel.