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Way to go Brother (switcher). Your quick thinking saved the company a lot of extra complications and expenses. You truly are a professional. :thumbsup: :thumbsup:
Luv Ya man but disaggree on this one. What if the "switcher" would have caused an Explosion and got someone or himself Hurt or Killed,How would YRC regard that? Fired? Letter?
Your life or the lifes of others have no $$$$ amount.
Let it burn.
[/quote]I wonder who was the one that loaded the trailer? Then again, YRC never had the time to give safety speeches to their employees yet, either.
Hey we have to wear Seatbelts on Forklifts if that Helps.
[/quote]It is obvious that something was stacked on something that shouldn't have been, or there were safety bars weren't adjusted correctly inside the trailer. Management is supposed to check the trailer before it gets sealed.
At OKC?531 Supervisors DO NOT inspect trailers before closing. I close most Satellite Trailers on Swing shift Supervisors are not around. We only have 2 on the shift some nights only 1.
And you are right load bar prob fell over and Arc'ed the terminals of the batteries.