I don't think he reported his hos to UPS. I think he just "had them check" into his hours, of which they can only see his UPS logged hours. Kind of naive thinking he'd put the onus on the company should he be in violation, and not taking responsibility for his own hos.As far as this particular scenario goes, if you spent the last part of that road run in the sleeper berth/passenger seat (out of driver's seat-logged out of driving and into sleeper berth- no later than 2300 Friday), you should be good. And you certainly did the right thing by reporting to the company that you have HoS outside of their system to factor in.
But I would be very leary of trusting a package supervisor regarding HoS, and you're opening yourself up to potential discipline if you were in fact ineligible to start work (driving) at the scheduled 0915 Saturday.
I'm only guessing this based on his initial question implying that all hours are somehow reported to, and recorded by the FMCSA.