Just wanted to vent here a bit. After the first of the year a state operated facility began receiving next day air shipment of what were apparently some sort of medications for the clinic on site. Before, all incoming shipments were taking to a central receiving warehouse. They were always signed for by the attendant there. If he happened to be out making his delivery rounds at the time I arrived then I was instructed to leave all parcels on the dock and collect a signature from the front office. I was instructed to let them know how many where left and then they would send either security or maintenance to secure them in the building. I had continued with this procedure because I had never been told otherwise. This last week I not only received a concern from the clinic on the facility stating that I was leaving medical shipments out in the open for inmates to possibly steal but also the shipper pharmacy sent incriminating emails to very important persons within UPS management stating that I AND the local UPS center have been spoken to numerous times about the issue and have not been willing to change to their liking. NOW.....this was really the first time I had heard of this issue. Never had anyone on the facility said a word to me about a change in delivery procedure. So aggravating when they assume so much while leaving me in the dark.