Discussion in 'UPS Discussions' started by 104Feeder, Dec 11, 2012.
I like being a Feeder but have no plans on looking like one .
Im not about to get fat but i lost so much weight running packages i could stand to gain back a good 15lbs!
Good move . Twinks are not really a thing right now .
When doing safety ride and doing the methods does the order in which you do things matter ? I have my own routines that I use that are very similar but not 100 % like the word for word methods .I still check everything just not in their order. I feel safe doing it my way .Does it really matter or should I just work on trying to retain myself ?
You can do it 100% their way , and you’ll still be wrong , don’t sweat it
No driver has the exact same routine regardless of training. Do it your way.
They are going to get you on three items no matter what. Covemastah is right, don’t sweat it.
Everyone of us here gets dinged on installing chains.
Ok . I would rather them "get me" on order than me forget something and have a safety issue . I will continue to do it my way .thanks .
Start the chain on the valve stem ....
Gee thanks I'm sure that will help me not get dinged this years safety ride.
Like said before, they will always find something .
You're right never thought they could get us for not knowing how to install snow chains.
fixed it for you
How long have you worked here for????
I just tell them straight out that I'm gonna twirl the landing gear and I don't use the clutch pedal, they go ahead and write that down and then we just shoot the breeze for the rest of the ride.
Long enough to know most sups are dicks . Lol
I know everything I need to check they just wanted me to do it their way.
They never trained me in installing chains and don’t remember seeing anything in the provided methods on chains.... if you had feeder mgt that would ding you on that they are total dicks
Most feeder mgt are unlike anything in pkg.... at least the ones here... they do a safety ride and that is usually only one leg....unless you are really ing up and causing accidents they usually leave you alone...my experience I guess
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