I am safety co-chair at my center. Every year at the start of the year I can tell with about 70 to 80% accuracy who will be hurt. Just get out the OR. Look at who isnt taking lunches and breaks and who is 30 minutes or more paid under and you will have who be hurt. Are they doing things wrong DUHHHHHHHHHH! But they wait until it starts to be a problem to start the warning letters on these guys. Why???? Because of how good the managers look with these guys. You wonder why the letters dont come first?? because business as ussual starts with production first saftey second. If a worker gets a warning letter first accident. He isnt the best employee as far as the company sees. The runners and gunners have to have multiples. Proups your day dream might be right if it wasnt for UPS's industry's leading injury record. You just cant look the other way when employees are working unsafe but being very productive. Then when someone gets hurt you give them a warning letter. We all see on a daily bases people working unsafe but no one says anything.(if you say you dont then your blind).