We have had more injuries in our building by 3/1/18 than 2016-2017. As of 4/13, our building has surpassed four years of injuries. When is it time to write/call OSHA? Steward and union complaints fall on deaf ears because there's simply nothing they can do about safety anymore. For all other things under the sun, our union and steward are the cream of the crop, but for safety issues they don't even want to weigh in outside of "this is the worst we have seen". We had someone recently get a concussion when a car pulled out and moved a temporary dock, knocking her out as it took the rollers with it. One guy broke his arm and hand when a trailer failed to secure brakes. It happened again recently but off a 10 foot dock. A kid was walking into a trailer (which a sup opened and kicking the latch open pushed the trailer out). One guy was walking and a failed ebrake caused him to fall five feet off a dock. The other day a worker secured the belt from 1800 packages in 3.5 cars, was buried past egress, a supervisor unsecured the belt and she blew out her back. AFAIK, she's still in hospital because she cannot move. This is just a brief list. Half of our preload schedule is workers on comp. Supervisors are working. There's a laundry list of things wrong with our facility and management. My brothers and sisters and myself are getting seriously injured. Management isn't doing anything except working union workers hours and blaming them for the injuries. It is a shtshow. The unload kid who fell off the dock was smart enough to "hit the deck" and lay flat so the feeder didn't pop his head like a cherry. Sup didn't even try to inform the feeder to stop. He saw the kid fall and did nothing. This is horrendous. It wasn't like this before our new center manager and this last round of supervisors. I will admit I am angry from my own limb injuries, but too many people are getting hurt too often. A supervisor removed a set of stairs "they thought no one was using" and someone broke their leg and hip. The 10+ of us are "banging on union doors" and there's simply nothing they can do. We are approaching 20 injuries. Thankfully no deaths.. yet =/ I've been posting here for years but it'd be too obvious who I am or where we are and apologize in advance for puppetry. We are suffering badly here. Many more unreported injuries. There's bloody packages coming down the belt almost every day. 3-4x a week at least. This has gotta stop. What to do please? Thanks in advance for any help on what to do or where to go. The only thing we can think of is writing a laundry list of the problems and all signing it with our names and contact info and getting it to OSHA. Stay safe brothers and sisters.