Discussion in 'UPS Discussions' started by Upass., May 20, 2020.
I know right?
Had many days like that. I had to wait until I got rid of Walmart before I could put the handcart in the cargo area.
It can easily be accomplished at the end if there’s no slow down before. But like I said......sometimes there is just too much. And allot of large items.
You’re not supposed to carry the hand cart in the cab. It could become a projectile in the event of an accident.
When i think accident, i remember someone told me how a driver was burned alive because a truck infront of him poured hot tar/ coal on the package car....
I always do this. Supervisor told me, I need to be on lunch if I'm reorganizing.
Oh come on. You know management encourages the old strap it in with the passenger seatbelt move.
Lol you can’t be on lunch if you’re still working.
Once I punch out for lunch I grab my backpack, shut the bulkhead door and it doesn’t get opened back up until I finish my meal period
When it's warm and I'm lunching in the cab, I always open the bulkhead and the rear door to let the heat escape the cargo area.
I used to put it in the step area in front of the jump seat and secured it with the seat belt. There were also days when all of Walmart would not fit and the overflow was in the cab.
Shhh.......don't tell anybody.
When I had my country run I would "clean out" the cargo area by opening up all of the doors and driving up and down a back road. Speed up, slow down, repeat as needed-----got most if not all of the peanuts and other debris out.
Thanks for everything.
I tried but I got frustrated
It's easier to trip, fall, and grab your knee in pain
If the preloaders had any balls they would load the trucks correctly let all other volume go to the end of the belt and then explain that they cant possibly handle all the volume safely and need help if it's an issue.
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