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Started by elasticspy, 24-09-22, 07:21PM
Quote from: Poolboy77 on 24-09-22, 07:25PMI believe it should be one tray. Anyone more than you should use the sack barrow ? What does your training say ? If your unsure ask your manager to go through your training again with you.
Quote from: Sherwoodforest on 24-09-22, 07:27PMFor a manager to say that before any attendance review would put any warning on shakey grounds as it would seem predetermined
Quote from: Sewingbee on 24-09-22, 08:33PMI'm not surprised at all. It doesn't matter how good your record is and how long you've worked for them, you're just a 'number' to them.Last year after 27 years of continued loyal service and going several years at a time without taking any sick leave (the previous was after having major abdominal surgery), I hobbled in for a 'wellness meeting', whilst on crutches with a 2 bad fractures in my foot. I was told by 2 mangers that I have so many of these meetings and if they thought I wasn't coming back, they'll sack me. They even accused my orthopaedic consultant surgeon was flippantly signing me off. The following week, I applied for another job in a different industry and now happily work in another industry in a much better working environment.
Quote from: Sewingbee on 25-09-22, 10:48AMTo add above: if your training says to carry only one tray and you've been signed off for that, then it's advisable to adhere to that. Otherwise, you'll not be covered by health and safety, should anything happens. I would either confirm what is the correct amount to carry with your manager, and/or ask for refresher training and not rely on colleagues to give the correct answer. It's advisable to always protect yourself.I hope your injury improves soon.
Quote from: oldfashionedplayer on 25-09-22, 09:14PMThere's no accident book anymore, it's all online, so colleagues / management both record it I think?As for the tray rule, go by the 2 tray regardless, forget the whole c**p of "weight" or whatever, there should be some form of safety training anyhow that says the 1 tray, but common sense is a major factor... At the end of the day, if you think it's heavy, split it down..If in doubt, trust that doubt... End of the day we are numbers and can be replaced.. Anyone who says different doesn't care about their own safety nor anyone else's to be honest.
Quote from: davidatperces on 27-09-22, 06:52PMI am sure the training says no more than two trays.
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