How Screwed Am I?

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George B.'s Comment
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I feel your pain. As companies push safety safety safety it can get you flustered and disappointed when something happens. Its a good thing. You will learn from it. Unfortunately something else may happen and one will slap themselves silly once again. Best of luck. Hammer down!

SAP:

Substance Abuse Professional

The Substance Abuse Professional (SAP) is a person who evaluates employees who have violated a DOT drug and alcohol program regulation and makes recommendations concerning education, treatment, follow-up testing, and aftercare.

George B.'s Comment
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Oh, and its a good thing that companies push safety.dancing.gif good-luck.gif

Drew D.'s Comment
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Oh I agree whole heartedly. Just can't let this happen again. Screw trees! Glad I am in New Mexico for the moment!

Oh, and its a good thing that companies push safety.dancing.gif good-luck.gif

Bobcat_Bob's Comment
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I forgot to roll down my trailer legs rear trailer hit the ground with a nice thud. Reported it they said not to worry about it since there was no damage. 2 days later I was so worried about making sure legs are down I forgot to unhook dolly airline. pulled away from rear trailer to see airlines hanging off the front 😳 . Got a preventable for that and they went back and gave me one for the dropped trailer.

Just make sure not to let one mistake get in your head so you make another like I did.

Matthew P.'s Comment
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Don't sweat it. It's minor. They'll say something. Then they move on. Hundreds of other drivers to deal with. Probably 100's of other small incidents too.

PJ's Comment
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Things happen. I deal with tree branches and much bigger ones than you did everyday. J have misjudged and tore up a stack. It happens. The main thing is don’tvlet it eat you. You’ll make more mistakes if you do. Learn from it and let it go.

The things we put these trucks and trailers through, breakdowns will occur from time to time. They can and will poo up just as yours did. Good you caught it early.

Stay safe!!!

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