We have a new (few months) full time sup in preload. I happen to be on one of the belts she reigns over. To put it kindly, she is a bossy, power hungry b****. She was hired into her position off the street and knows nothing about anything when it comes to loading. Pretty typical, I know. This morning my pt time sup advised us that she will be writing up anyone who gets even one misload. By misload, I am referring to a package being on the wrong truck (not just loaded improperly). Whether it's a straight misload, a bad PAL, "off-sync", whatever. Personally, I feel like this isn't going to get anywhere. It's probably just a scare tactic. But, if she proceeds with this... I have a few questions. Can people legitimately be written up (warning letter?) for misloads? Can they be fired if misloads continue? If I am issued a warning or whatever it would be, for a misload, and asked to sign something, should I refuse to sign? I don't know what the contract states about any of this.