Where there is a will, there is a way. Granted, I was being sarcastic, but, I wouldn't be surprised if the Safety division isn't already in talk with the Teamsters about an interim addendum to modify the uniform in an effort to "protect" workers....aka keep them from getting sick while at work and claiming worker's comp. (which, would be ironic if the claims weren't processed due to Liberty Mutual being closed to prevent it's own staff from being subject to the spread of it). It's almost comical how people are reacting to this whole thing.How would that happen ?
Mind you - I load trailers in the evenings, so I don't have any first hand knowledge of required uniforms. The only things they require us twilight guys to have is boots. That said, from what I read here, it seems folks have to buy their own uniforms (socks is a frequent topic). Is that not accurate? If you don't have to buy your own uniforms, then I apologize and admit my mistake.
That said, from what I read here, it seems folks have to buy their own uniforms (socks is a frequent topic). Is that not accurate?
Big Union concerns over coronavirus are gloves and socks. He’ll tell us to wash our hands next. Our union is trash.The company provides the uniforms.
Purchasing the socks, is (kind of) a requirement since the inception of shorts.
(which is loosely enforced)
"Effective May 1, 1994, short uniform trousers will be provided as an option for package and feeder drivers at no cost to the employee. Such shorts may only be worn in compliance with uniform and appearance standards established by the Employer."
And I do mean "loosely enforced".
The company policy was "no tattoos".... but they changed that.
they are gonna handout masks the problem is they didn’t order enough so you have to share with preload and twilight