The tragedy in Orland will have the government focused on FedEx for the near future. Now is the time to inform your local DOT/Highway Patrol (or whatever agency in your state) enforces vehicle safety. Instead of ignoring you, they might actually pay attention. Anyone who works for Express knows the way they push for productivity and disregard safety. Our turn is coming, and accidents are way up and climbing. I suspect it's similar at the other opcos, and we already know Ground's safety record sucks. There is no way you can be "safe" when you are overtasked, and then threatened with discipline if you cannot keep up the pace (SPH). As usual, they want their cake and be able to eat it too. Slogans, posters, and all of the rest of the hype mean nothing when you are placed directly in a position to fail. If and when you have an accident, FedEx is going to throw you beneath the bus because they told you to "Be Safe" and had you watch the video(s). I guess that passes for a safety culture these days. The next time someone I fired for lack of productivity, perhaps the judge will listen when the courier says they were just trying to be safe.