Discussion in 'FedEx Discussions' started by Colieolie2, Jul 25, 2016.
Does anyone know what the accident policy is for fedexpress
Report incident to manager. Fill out accident report at station. Wait for your OLCC.
So even if its my second one and do I still have at least a good chance of keeping my job maybe I'm over thinking it
Or do I just start looking for a new job
Think I saw in another thread something about FedEx having a point system for drivers. At fault accidents are 5 pts each. Once you hit 12 pts, you can no longer drive. So two accidents would put you close to the 12 pts, but not over.
As a new employee, my understanding of policy is limited; what I posted above is based entirely from what others have posted on this forum, so please take it with a grain of salt.
How much time between accidents?
They've changed the policy several times over the years.
Last I heard was 3 preventable accidents in a year and you're removed from driving.
Could be different now.
That's never a bad idea.
3 accidents in a rolling calendar year is automatic termination. If you had 1 already, they should have given you a copy of the policy.
There, I fixed it for you.
To add to the conversation, you should really think about changing your profile picture.
Why? Are you saying that she's not very attractive?
Just a bit of advice. I don't like seeing people get in trouble for policies they may or may not have been aware of or for posting on sites that are monitored by management.
Cool story, bro.
I forgot, you work for FedEx, right? You know, the place we don't have a union to represent us.
Stop. You're scaring the children.
Sure. Have an accident, it's your fault because you should have anticipated the meteor that struck your vehicle.
Shouldn't have parked in the spot and should have consulted NASA with the most recent report of the skies.
Exactly. This company is unbelievable. I'm not sure which is more of a joke, determining "fault" for injuries or accidents.
It is always "doing everything possible to avoid the accident, up to. and including anticipating the hazard". That gives them a very broad range to blame you. You might want to keep that in mind when reporting an incident/accident.
I've only seen people canned after two if it's a gross safety violation, like doing 25 over and then crashing.
You are now on the bubble.
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