Never bought my own handtruck
not sure of your specific problem but the last sentence here is a good place to start.Let's assume a driver wants to write a false statement against another driver: Is there anything that can be done to fight against this? How can a driver protect himself against baseless allegations?
I'm trying to imagine such a scenario, and it's dangerous. Turn-coat "teamsters".
ARTICLE 37. MANAGEMENT EMPLOYEE RELATIONS
(a) The parties agree that the principle of a fair day’s work for a fair day’s pay shall be observed at all times and employees shall per- form their duties in a manner that best represents the Employer’s interest. The Employer shall not in any way intimidate, harass, co- erce or overly supervise any employee in the performance of his or her duties. The Employer shall not retaliate against employees for exercising rights under this Agreement. In considering any griev- ance alleging retaliation for exercising his rights under the Agree- ment, the severity and timing of the Employer’s actions that modify an employee’s work assignment or reprimand employees shall be relevant factors to a determination of motivation. The Employer will treat employees with dignity and respect at all times, which shall include, but not be limited to, giving due consideration to the age and physical condition of the employee. Employees will also treat each other as well as the Employer with dignity and respect.