Planted misload

Discussion in 'UPS Discussions' started by 10233201, Feb 19, 2019.

  1. 10233201

    10233201 New Member

    Today a driver witnessed a non union employee pull a package off his truck and purposely put on my truck . Is this behavior ALLOWED !!!
  2. Indecisi0n

    Indecisi0n Well-Known Member

    Who cares ?
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  3. Report it as a misload
  4. 10233201

    10233201 New Member

    I sent the misload in and delivered it but I’m pissed because they intentionally planted it , probably hoping I would roll it . They don’t have anything better to do so they create situations hoping for someone to make the wrong decision
  5. Too many drivers roll them
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  6. Mugarolla

    Mugarolla Light 'em up!

    What do you mean by non union?

    If you mean management, then it depends on why they moved it.

    If it was originally misloaded on the other truck and they are moving it to the correct truck, then no.

    If they are salting your load, then yes.
  7. 10233201

    10233201 New Member

    The package was pulled off of the correct truck and put on mine . It wasn’t a ad-cut , it was a shady setup orchestrated by my manager .Should I talk to my steward about this ? This happened after loaders were gone ...
    Last edited: Feb 19, 2019
  8. Rick Ross

    Rick Ross I'm into distribution!!

    It's called a salt.

    They even do it in feeders with incorrect seal controls to make sure people are doing their jobs and verifying paperwork.
  9. iruhnman630

    iruhnman630 Well-Known Member

    I thought they only used dummy packages for salts, not risk a service failure with a customers' real package.
  10. Rack em

    Rack em First to worst!

    Just be sure to send in ALL misloads from here on out because now you know they will misload on purpose to try and catch you roll a package.
  11. Wally

    Wally BrownCafe Innovator & King of Puns

    Throw it on the belt in the am.

    OVERBOARD Active Member

    Ha you’ve been Salted. That’s an old school term at ups for planting misloads on drivers. Used to do it all the time many years ago.
  13. burrheadd

    burrheadd KING Of GIFS

    Bury it in the pickups who’s gonna know
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  14. GenericUsername

    GenericUsername Active Member

    Sheet it as missed next time. That'll show 'em!
  15. Rack em

    Rack em First to worst!

    Even better, say a large box fell on it and sheet it damaged-missed.
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  16. GenericUsername

    GenericUsername Active Member

    Oooh, I like that one. Gives you a chance to do an elbow drop from the 3000 shelf onto it!
  17. Rack em

    Rack em First to worst!

    I'm a fan of the power bomb, but an elbow drop off the top ropes is an effective method as well.
  18. BigBrown87

    BigBrown87 If it’s brown, it’s going down

    If you witnessed this why didn't you go back and throw it in the correct truck? Salts are happening more now because UPS is on their high horse about service failures. Is it wrong for a Non union employee to move boxes? Yes unless it is for training purposes.
  19. 10233201

    10233201 New Member

    I didn’t witness it , the driver who’s truck they pulled the package from saw it . I make sure I scan every package on my truck but it’s sad that management smile in your face but try to snake u behind your back
  20. 10233201

    10233201 New Member

    Maybe next time I will dump my coke over the box and sheet it as damage lol