Oh, I see. It's all about hourly being unsafe? What about the trucks being so dirty that people run into the back of them (2 times that I know of) at night.... or No C washes; first line trailers are not swept out (ever to our knowledge); company requires employees to regurgitate safety jargon but there's no designated walk paths painted on the lots; restrooms are filthy (in some centers for months); over 70 tape is neglected at every step of the shipping process; and the list goes on. Yes, these have been addressed. If the management followed through on their end of the deal maybe the hourly would pay attention. You get what you give and no more than that.