Why does UPS insist on promoting the lie that the company actually cares about safety? Here in my neck of the woods, New York, with all the routes getting slashed, drivers are going out with an extra 30 to 35 stops in areas we are not familiar with. This is causing us to work 10 hour days, if not more, in the dead of winter. Does this sound safe? Driving in the dark, bad roads due to weather, in an area you are not familiar with for the sake of saving some bucks? Working 50 hours a week is not exactly the best remedy for a healthy body, not to mention the mental strain. We had a brutal snow storm a week ago that dispatch was well aware of so what do they do. you got it. Cut routes. Then these geniuses wonder why the injury and accident rates are both up. Ever hear of something called a correlation. Go ahead, look up that big word, see what it means. From this point on, anything and everything that comes out of supervisions mouths regarding safety will be disposed of in the recycle bin ASAP. If someone gets hurt, I hope they sue the living crap out of UPS. Hell, I'll even testify in their behalf in court. After all, UPS loves their money and the only way for them to see their misguided thinking is to take a hit of a couple million a couple of times.