I know i'm posting this a tad late (it's snowing outside), but i just barely stumbled upon this site. I work for UPS in Utah's Main hub as an unloader, and my friggen god it was hot this summer. I've worked there for over a year, this was my first summer though. I knew it'd be hot, but there were some days the heat was at 140+ particularly in drop frames. I'm around 6'5" so i burn my head in those trailers if i stand up straight... lol. There are fans through out the building, for pick offs, smalls, loaders, and auditors, but none on the entire unload wall. It's insane. I myself passed out twice this year, and that's with drinking 1 1/2- 3 gallons of water. I know it's gotta be worse in other states. Especially since there's been reports of death(s) in the workplace from heat. Why isn't anything being done about it? It's not like a fan would cost that much... It wouldn't bring the heat down more than maybe 5-10 degrees, but there would deffinitely be more air circulation (another problem i have with unloading). I like the job, it's fun and fast paced, but the heat is unbearable, and i'm not doing that again for another summer. Also, since our average PPH numbers drop from about 1800 per person to around 1000 between cold days and hot days, you think they'd want to do something about it. OK... so I rant... lol. I guess my question is, has anything been done to help with the heat in hubs in the rest of the country? Is there anything I can really do about it?