Examples of second class levers include doors, staplers, wheelbarrows and can openers. In a second class lever, the load is found between the effort and the fulcrum. The direction of the effort and the load are the same.
A stapler is an example of a second class lever. Levers are designated as second class if the load is situated between the fulcrum, or pivoting point, and the point where effort, or force, is applied.