Discussion in 'UPS Discussions' started by gman, Sep 30, 2015.
Space and Visability cheat sheet.
I just posted this in case someone needs it in a pinch. I'm retired UPS and my son is now a driver. Big boys are in the building and he's on the local route close by and he expects a visit on road from some supes so he wanted a quick review. I found my old cheat sheet in a vest I never turned in when I retired. Took some pics and sent them off to him. Can't believe I still had that!!!
For years I had a cheat sheet for the old Clarksville sheet writing test. In fact I had used the carbon paper out of the back of the delivery records to make copies so when they held us up to take the test I would go in my truck and smoke cigarettes and listen to my radio until people started handing theirs in---then I would give them a carbon copy. Nothing was ever said. They got to put an honest check mark by my name that I had completed the test and I got some relaxing time.
What's with the "steps for approaching an intersection"-----you would think the 5 seeing habits would take care of that.
We generally dont post these and the methods here publicly as its UPS' proprierary information.
Right. We wouldn't want the general public to read this and stop driving like dirt bags
That is the worst 'cheat sheet' I ever saw.
They used to give us better ones before an audit.
That's ok, he's retired. What are they going to do to him? Make him come back to work?
Hey, I'm retired too. I dare them to even try!
You are kidding right? The public would read this crap and ask. "You guys really need to know this "
Or you could just learn it. It's not that hard.
Does Ups own the Smith System?
They own your soul!
No, remember a while ago, they tried to change one of them, and shortly after recanted and went back to original.
It's posted in our center in several places. I just make them ask me in front of it.
When it is in the contract that I need to waste memory space in my brain... I'll remember it.
I let them pay me to remember it.
I'm a good test taker but for sure I would flunk this one!
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