Do they still have these safety committees made up of partial, holier than though, unqualified to pass judgement, drivers. I sat in on one of these partial panels once and saw very quickly what a joke this was. They wanted to pass judgement on a driver without REALLY discussing the facts and REALLY trying to understand what truly took place. "Give him a chargeable and on to the next case" is their SOP.
I was just in HOU last week and came a few inches from being squashed like a bug by a high speed dockworker. In my opinion I think the drivers should pick up the paper work from the office instead of going to the dock stand. I think we have no business walking around the docks during busy times.
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Not sure of the risk we encounter in the maintenance bays, flying tools? Nashville's major risk in the maintenance building is fueling your truck, it's tough to stand on those floors where a little diesel, anti freeze or oil has been spilled, especially on rainy days when the water mixes with it. Not sure why they've not installed those rubber mats like they have in some showers stalls, it allows the liquids to set on the floor while you walk on the rubber area for traction.