At our building, as all other buildings, we are given handcarts to be used in order to do our work. In an ideal world, every truck should have a two-wheeler and a four-wheeler loaded into it and everyone is happy and goes about their day. We do not live in an ideal world; people steal handcarts, so we’ve been told to lock them up at night. Sometimes when route drivers go out on vacation, sick, etc., they leave the carts locked up in their truck or otherwise, and kept the key on their person, thus making it impossible for a cover or utility driver to utilize them. If they don’t leave it locked up, they get stolen before they come back from vacation (by stolen, I mean taken by another driver to use; “there’s only one thief at UPS, everyone else is just trying to get their back.” The problem: Our hub management team has decided that we can no longer lock up our carts on the rails that they provided for us after decades of locking up our carts with the locks they told us to buy. I fought this once on the grounds of harassment by management, and the issue seemed to go away. Now, the issue is back and they’re now posing signs telling us that they will cut our locks if we don’t take them off and put them in our trucks. Harassment grievances have been threatened upon them. As a cover driver speaking up for everyone in this, what can I do to combat this? I realize these carts are company property, but they’re impairing our ability to do our jobs in this if they can’t guarantee that a truck will: a) have carts in it; and b) not have the carts stolen by another driver. What can I do?