anyone else have this happen to them (or someone they supervise)? Scenario: new loader (I stress VERY new) was being interviewed by KETER. Loader demonstrated the entire process of lifting and lowering the package (all 8 keys) in relation to him loading a package in the package car (he demonstrated the entire process while reciting it to the auditor). However, since he recited them OUT OF ORDER (5&6 flipped), but clearly demonstrated them in order, the auditor flagged him. What kind of BS is that? I mean I know that stuff cold (its been drilled in my head ever since I got here...annoyingly so sometimes), but even I do things like that (flip flop certain orders for some things) in the heat of the moment sometimes. Does it mean I don't know it? well according to them it would had I done it this particular day. I've never missed a day for injury nor have I ever been injured (4yrs...I know not that long haha) and have never had an injury in any area I've supervised. This guy was getting hit hard due to our primary pounding it out so they can get kicked out before the auditors get to that area and made that minuscule slip up so we're going to make a federal case about it? Give me a break. It just seems we have bigger fish to fry seeing as many of our injuries (read: most) occur here from workers being pushed too hard/too fast and others from WAD (2 to be exact).