We were recently told by our supervisor that he had to start writing us up for safe and unsafe work acts. He said that he had to do at least one each day, which means that each one of us would be getting one about every two weeks. After writing one of these safe/unsafe work acts, he calls the individual he observed over and explains the act he observed as either safe or unsafe, and has us sign or initial the sheet. One thing I have noticed about these "write ups" is that most of the safe and unsafe acts myself and others have been cited for are pretty trivial. I had to laugh when I recieved a citation for "walking at a brisk pace, not running" (a safe act). I don't want this to turn into a discussion about "sign/refuse to sign" because that is not what I am concerned about. What I am interested in is if this is happening elsewhere and why the company is doing this. If they are just trying to figure out common causes of injuries and ways to prevent them (which I doubt), that is fine. What concerns me is the possiblity that they may be used in the discipline process.