So yesterday at my PCM our supervisor informed us that we were undergoing a surprise Ketter audit, and that it was important that we knew all the saftey lists they claim we need to know (5 seeing habits, 10 point commentary, 8 keys to lifting/lowering, 5 keys to slips and falls, elements of backing). We were also told that the word coming straight from our package car division manager of our building that if we were not able to recite every one of those stated lists that we would be taken out of service. Now, I have never had a problem remembering most of those listed above, and I understand the need to be safe, but my understanding is that knowing all this saftey material is not a job requirement. I can't see them taking people out of service because they forgot one of the 8 keys to lifting/lowering, but if they did wouldn't there be some sort of recourse on that? Has anyone else been told the same? Seems a little extreme, and honestly I believe its all bark and no bite, but if they made good on their promise what options would someone have?