Not my point. If any of us got t-boned on the driver's side at high speed, doors closed, seat belt on -- it's not going to be pretty. Of course. That's not a reason to be lax about wearing the belt. In many circumstances it's more important than a biker's "brain bucket"Riiight. The seatbelt would have solved everything. Kind of like a helmet allows motorcyclists to walk away from every crash, unscathed.
I don’t know this, but this isn’t the first time I’ve seen FedEx drivers riding dirty. Seems common as if the company doesn’t enforce things.How do you know they don't enforce seatbelts exactly?
Was he in compliance or being deliberately obstinate/unsafe? Serious questions.
What UPSers are driving around without their seatbelts in their package cars, or feeders? My cousin in California works for FedEx ground for a contractor, safety is pretty lax depending on the contractor.
Are you saying no UPS'ERS drive without their seatbelt? None?What UPSers are driving around without their seatbelts in their package cars, or feeders? My cousin in California works for FedEx ground for a contractor, safety is pretty lax depending on the contractor.
Maybe once. It’s not a general practice because we have sensors and you really can’t get away with it even if you wanted to. Are you saying they are?. We had a case at panel this winter or some dumb driver,Are you saying no UPS'ERS drive without their seatbelt? None?
I don’t know what the point he’s trying to make is other than to be his general disagreeable self. LolThey get caught pretty quick with telematics. If they keep it buckled all day and sit on it, that would be evident. If they never buckle it, that would be evident.
I don’t know what your point is.
Well, point is folks drive without their seatbelt....including UPS'ers....evidenced by terminations.I don’t know what your point is.
Lots of people do indeed drive without their seatbelts, such as the guy in the video.
I said it seems like they don’t because I’ve seen quite a bit of their drivers riding without seatbelts.
I’m not even gonna go there with UPS’ers and their seatbelt usage.
My hub takes that very seriously.
The thing with building cameras is they do not single out any one person. You'd have to crop and cut the video in hysterical fashion to form harassment of a single employee. Inward facing cameras on the other hand are literally formatted like selfies. The ability to single out and harass one driver is built into the recording format.You're talking about the case for the building cameras? I hope so too. That will be tougher because buildings have had cameras in them for a long time. But, if people were more willing to walk on unacceptable conditions, that would be more powerful than anything an arbitrator has to say.