Discussion in 'UPS Union Issues' started by Gman33909, Apr 1, 2020.
Said starting today can't have 2 loaders, unloaders in a trailer
That's a good thing, until there's a lot of overweights.
Said there can be two one in the back and one in the front removing hazmats
A little late.
But, about time.
Listened to the first 3 minutes, as soon as they said all the stuff they were doing to protect us I turned it off. What a load of sheet.
how about no driver helpers or sups riding along on car?
The company has stopped doing all on car rides other than those for return to work after either an injury or accident. They have also eliminated driver helpers.
Like everything else they have done...
That stopped here weeks ago.
Oh hell yea.
I agree- the IBT always last one to the party. Lol.
Presumably it should also apply to loading in huts/doghouses/whatever they're called locally? You know, those things with cutouts for package cars to back up to, 5 on each side? After all, they are essentially slightly wider trailers. If there is a person loading packages on each side, they're not 6 feet apart when they're sorting the stuff that comes into the hut.
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