I know that this could "out" most all of you but I'm wondering if anyone has had the cajones to make the call. You know, call OSHA for a violation at UPS. I once had a very big problem working as an Overgoods clerk. They had put the Haz Mat area right next to my station. No wall, no vents, basically just stuck it there because they had no where else to put it. I made a huge stink about it and finally got them to change a few things about it, but still not up to code or my liking. I was so disgruntled about it I was seriously thinking about blowing the whistle on UPS but didn't know since I made such a big deal about it if my cover would be kept safe. While in the middle of all this, I actually couldn't finish it off as I got a transfer back to my original building for another clerk position. I heard that they didn't do a damn thing about the haz mat area since I left and nobody else picked up where I left off. My question is, has anybody blown the whistle for an OSHA violation on UPS? Did it work and did OSHA keep your anonymity?