Discussion in 'UPS Discussions' started by UrFellowUpser, Oct 22, 2016.
What is that? I went to integrad already. What is this now
What does your paperwork say?
Dont know need to look at it
You do that.
I'll be here to help with the big words.
All wives should go through that.
Integrad or compliance training?
Compliance for sure. Meals, football, and sex on demand, are keep training areas.
Would that football be touch or tackle?
Responsible for the use of safe work and driving habits. The safety of UPS people and the community.
Ensures that safety and compliance standards are maintained at all times.
Compliant with all UPS, local, state, and federal guidelines (e.g, safety, hazardous materials, security, and compliance, OSHA, DOT, TSA)
Raises health, safety, and compliance issue to his or her management team or to a CHSP committe member.
I guess i answered my own question
...and you didn't need help with the big words...
I see i see just eager to prove myself to my business manager and too the veteran drivers. I know that im a rookie and i do not want to give these guys a headache. I hope that doing preload for eight months will at least have me mentally prepared for the job. I know it will be a different type of HELL i will experience.
"You don't have to know how to load 'em to deliver 'em."
You right im talking about the physicality of it
here they have the newbies come in once or twice a week 10 minutes early for a quick meeting with the safety committee drivers. it's coded compliance training
Ok i know a few. They usually the ones that have 25 years safe driving experience right.
We have to go through this monthly now, so get used to it. We just do a little two-page quiz that covers what to do with yard control and handling HAZMATs.
The company is trying to keep you from driving like this:
No. They're the kiss ass group that hangs urinal reading material. Usually a few runner gunners. Nothing to do here with how many years safe driving. That might not be the case everywhere
Lol i saw that the other day on FB
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