Discussion in 'UPS Discussions' started by anHOURover, Jun 1, 2015.
Carry on and get infected!!
It is a hazmat, and treated as such. There has too be numerous sealed containers in the box for it to be shipped. CHSP guy was worried until he saw the level of sealing that is required.
We will see a very small amount of these.
Leave the area, notify your supervisor.
They said the same thing about over 70's too.
Big difference between the 2 analogies. One, everyone can ship, the other very few can, and have access to.
Analogy is correct because they both deal with situations to which no one has any true idea as to what is going to happen.
I don't care if they seal those viruses in a hermetically sealed solid steel drum. They should not go through our system because crap can ,and does happen to the packages.
No matter protocols in place at some point they will be compromised by someone out there trying to meet his numbers.
Don't touch-don't tell.
Good thing nobody ever lies about the weight or contents of a box
I need to get off here and get some stuff accomplished. Don't want the wife to think I've been sitting around in my pj's, eating bon-bons, and chatting on the computer all the live-long day when she gets home from work. lol. take care, fluffers. Tex.
No training .
That's not new .
Many days I did routes on the blind .
It's part of the UPS culture .
Along with a reactive culture, instead of proactive.
It is a hazmat, we have been trained in hazmats.
It's a little more serious then a hazmat ROOKIE!!
your such a company man!! How was the safety meeting?
I see at least 4 things inaccurate in your post. One of your better ones.
Only four because it wasn't a longer one?
I was trained in it last week since I am a hazmat acceptance auditor.
Ok I'm lost what is this thread about? We shipping stuff for terrorists now?
We're the contract carrier for ISIS
Perhaps more CDC packages in the system, or the FBI is worried the Anthrax mailer from the 2001 is going start back up again?
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