1...I didn't mean you are a hypocrite, but rather corporate leadership who preach safety and yet make decisions that threaten the health and safety of workers.
2. The safety concerns I mentioned created by corporate are recognized hazards already. UPS is well aware of excessive heat, excessive hours, etc. They just choose to accept the injuries as part of the cost of doing business.
The idea that it is the responsibility of individual employees to file to change these huge company wide issues is like telling someone to yell at the wind to stop blowing.
1. Thank you for the clarification.
2. If a specific employee feels that UPS is failing to provide a workplace free of recognized hazards then that specific employee has a right to blow the whistle regarding this failure.
I have had success but I would recommend the 3 step process that I generally employ. I believe my process provides the most credible and effective way of responding to specific safety complaints.
I have had many failures but have had a few large scale successes using this approach.