Hello, A new policy for our district is to slap a warning letter on people who are injuried on the job. Of course, the contract prevents this by saying that people who file an on-the-job injury report cannot be disciplined. However, the company says that by all means they can give warning letters to people who are hurt on the job. Their reason is that the person did something which led to them being hurt. A loader on my belt hurt their back and is going to receive a warning letter because they were out of their powerzone. This does not seem fair at all because everyday every loader, unloader, sorter, and pickoff is out of their powerzone. How can the company get away with this? It's a total slap in the face to all of us employees. What can we do?