Here is something to ponder about misloads. Lets say the average preloader loads 750 packages a morning this equals... 750 per day 3,750 per week 15,000 per month out of 15,000 packages a month that preloaders load, some preloaders may end up with say 10 misloads. This is apparently unacceptable to management. What exactly are they expecting people to do? Sure NO misloads would be ideal, and even a couple are usually accepted by management, but why the fuss over a handful of misloads? I understand the arguement about how all the misloads throughout a building add up and that number is a big deal, but what is it that should be expected from the preloaders? If a preloader has 10 misloads for the month out of 15,000 packages then that preloader has misloaded 0.07% of all the packages they load. Yes thats right a little more then half of a half of 1% So the next time somebody comes down on a preloader for having a couple misloads for the week or month I think its only fair for the accuser to come to realization of how unrealistic zero or next to zero misloads really is. I know most drivers dont get upset about a misload here or there, so this is more geared to the people running the show. New preloaders are probably forced the idea that a misload is a mortal sin so hopefully this will give some preloaders comfort when they misload a box or 2.