Discussion in 'UPS Discussions' started by XavierPA, May 7, 2016.
Just thought some of you might find this amusing...
How would you know the vase is broken? It's like a variation on Sergeant Schultz, "I HEAR nothing!"
LOL. Now I've seen it all.
Or I can scan as missed and put "poss dmg" in remarks.
"I'm not certified to handle damaged packages, that's why we have clerks."
Since when did the Company start issuing x-ray vision glasses and broken glass repair kits?
So, the Driver is to rip open the box, repair the glass with non existent glass repair kit, and reseal the box with no tape, therefore, just leave the flaps of the box open?
Would you want your Mom to open a box of flowers that may or may not have a broken vase?
What do you do with the broken glass? Throw it on their lawn?
My Mother who does not have the strength to brush her teeth or cut up her own food is going to be sent a box of flowers she has to try and arrange? Or, she has to impose on the staff to do it for her? Really?
Considering all my Mother did for me when I was growing up, the least I can do is make a trip to the Florist, pick out a nice arrangement, and have it delivered to her.
Heaven forbid I should ever be so busy I cannot take a small amount of time to do that for my Mother on her day!
(just my own way of showing my Mother some appreciation!)
As the training tells us to do but I've found out with this company they try to slam you for doing what the training tells you to do.
Record as ni1 and bring back to the center and give it to damage clerk.
Yeah, nothing says "Happy Mother's Day" more than flowers delivered the day after.
this is the new ups, as long as its not on a report its ok
Nope, sheet as missed, "poss dam" in remarks, and return it to the building. (Per our diad training). I was told to not open packages as it would get me fired. My job is more important to me than a broken vase with flowers in it.
It's a car, not a truck.
Wilted flowers at that.
Uh, seems like the oms was talking about securing broken glass inside the pc, not inside the package. Deliver the damage!
Shipper Release, right?
What are they going to do next? Instruct drivers to sign for packages or better yet, forge the consignee's signature? Just sounds like bad practice.
All the flowers I had were shipper release. In my career, I have only brought back 1 shipper release package, that was a NSN. All the others were released, just as the shipper instructed us to do.
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