Harassment or Not? When UPS has injured workers demonstrate "Safe Work Methods" in front of a group of co-workers, do you consider it an indirect form of harassment? Our center recently started a program whereby part-time workers injured on the job are forced to demonstrate the proper method of the safety issue they allegedly failed to follow. I maintain that any injury of an employee falls under the HIPAA regulations and should not be forced to put him or herself on "public display". I also maintain that this procedure discourages injured employees from properly reporting the injury. I suggest that all injured individuals that are forced to demonstrate proper work methods in front of your co-workers, file an Article 37 Grievance. I also recommend that you consider filing a lawsuit under the Privacy Laws (HIPAA). IF UPS wants to demonstrate safe work methods, I suggest that they either do it themselves OR have a member of the CHSPA safety Committee do the demonstration. There is absolutely NO reason to humiliate an injured worker in front of his co-workers.