Discussion in 'UPS Discussions' started by Geo926, Jul 24, 2016.
Ahhhh how many times will we hear this tomorrow from the airhead at the front desk in her sweater
No you simple idiot, I wish it was 10 degrees hotter so I could spontaneously combust in front of your very eyes.
I crop dust whoever asks me that.
No, I like sweating profusely, looking like I just walked out of a pool but smell like a gym sock.
@IVE GOTTA PACKAGE 4U is gonna flip out the first time he hears it tomorrow .........
"Customer" It sure is a hot one! Does your truck have AC?? .... Blank stare... No. No it does not have AC.
Just got back from Zion National Park in southern Utah near the Arizona Border. 112 degrees when we got back to the parking lot after doing some hiking. They weren't kidding when they said to take plenty of water. Family did fairly well considering the heat. 2 youngest ones were fairly flushed when we got done. Let them play in the river to cool down.
Heat index of 104 today....couldn't have picked a better week for vacation....lol
Nice! Then we should have plenty of snaps of the beer hall you like to visit. Enjoy. Not supposed to change much next week either
Only works when the truck is moving. Bye
That's okay...off this week, go back for 3 weeks and then off again for 2 weeks.
another fave quote, "stay cool!"
OSHA's Campaign to Prevent Heat Illness in Outdoor Workers | Protective Measures to Take at Each Risk Level - Actions for High Risk Conditions: Heat Index is 103 degrees F to 115 degrees F
Over 103 and heat index and your center should be taking precautions. Reducing the work load for you at the minimum.
They are also supposed to provide you work a modified work/break schedule to allow you to cool off.
Be sure to notify OSHA of violations. This heat can literally kill you. Most important thing is to make it home at the end of the day.
Are you allowed to come to work in a speedo if you're a preloader?
Waaaah the building is hot. Welcome to summer.
Your such a pleasant person......
They'll fix it. They'll cut loads.
You know, it's not the heat, it's the wind chill factor.
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