Discussion in 'R&L Carriers' started by alj96z, Oct 6, 2017.
I don't know if this is related to this accident but. probably 2 totes weighing 6000 lbs loaded in position 1&2 in nose of pup. I've said for years that the loaders here need major training. If it is related, in my opinion, it is the loaders fault. I've had words with loaders and outbound....."supervisors" for loading that heavy in nose and they just shrug shoulders. Answers are always ..."we'll just put a pallet of plywood on the rear." SMH
Dock idiots can do no wrong.
Your correct sir, apparently crushed his ribcage but he's still alive and I'm told Osha is all over them now.