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UPS Training (Full)

UPS driver training using full wording provided by HR.

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What is Rule 1? Aim High in Steering
Rule 1: How do you do it? Imaginary target - baseball/dartboard
Rule 1: What does it do for you? Centers car in traffic lane: Safe path on turns.
Rule1: Key Phrase Find a safe path well ahead.
What is Rule 2? Get the Big Picture
Rule 2: How do you do it? How Wide and deep? What's in it? Objects and ground.
Rule 2: What does it do for you? Keeps you away from billboards, smooth stops & turns, buys time.
Rule 2: Key Phrase Stay back and see it all.
What is Rule 3? Keep your eyes moving.
Rule 3: How do you do it? Move eyes: front 2 seconds, rear 5-8 seconds.
Rule 3: What does it do for you? Keeps you alive at intersections. Keeps eyes ahead of car.
Rule 3: Key Phrase Scan don't stare.
What is Rule 4? Leave yourself an out.
Rule 4: How do you do it? Have escape route, take path of least resistance.
Rule 4: What does it do for you? Space on all four sides but always in front.
Rule 4: Key Phrase Be prepared. Expect the unexpected.
What is Rule 5? Make sure they see you.
Rule 5: How do you do it? Communicate in traffic: horn, lights and signals.
Rule 5: What does it do for you? Establishes eye to eye contact.
Rule 5: Key Phrase Don't gamble. Use your horn, lights, and signals.
10 Point Commentary, Rule 1: Pulling from curb, look over left shoulder to help eliminate blind spots.
10 Point Commentary, Rule 2: Stale green light, pick an imaginary target between your vehicle and crosswalk for decision point.
10 Point Commentary, Rule 3: When stopped in traffic: one-car length between your vehicle and the one in front.
10 Point Commentary, Rule 4: Count 1,2,3 after vehicle ahead has started to move: then establish a safe following distance.
10 Point Commentary, Rule 5: Starting up at intersections, check L-R-L.
10 Point Commentary, Rule 6: Eye Contact. Proper use of horns and lights to establish eye contact.
10 Point Commentary, Rule 7: Scan Steering Wheels. People behind wheel could open door or pull out in front of you.
10 Point Commentary, Rule 8: 4-6 seconds following distance for speeds under 30 MPH. 6-8 seconds following distance for speeds over 30 MPH.
10 Point Commentary, Rule 9: 8-12 seconds Eye Lead time: how far down the road your eyes should be focused.
10 Point Commentary, Rule 10: Use of mirrors, check mirrors every 5-8 seconds.
6 Rules of Backing, Rule 1: Only Back when Necessary
6 Rules of Backing, Rule 2: Visually check the area.
6 Rules of Backing, Rule 3: Back to driver side.
6 Rules of Backing, Rule 4: Back first - tap horn continuously.
6 Rules of Backing, Rule 5: Minimize the back - back at controlled speed.
6 Rules of Backing, Rule 6: Use rear vision camera as a third mirror.
8 Keys to lifting and lowering, Rule 1: Get Close.
8 Keys to lifting and lowering, Rule 2: Position feet shoulder width apart.
8 Keys to lifting and lowering, Rule 3: Bend at the knees, keep natural curve of back.
8 Keys to lifting and lowering, Rule 4: Get firm grip, grasp opposite corners.
8 Keys to lifting and lowering, Rule 5: Test weight.
8 Keys to lifting and lowering, Rule 6: Lift with smooth and steady motions, don't jerk.
8 Keys to lifting and lowering, Rule 7: Move feet, pivot don't twist.
8 Keys to lifting and lowering, Rule 8: Use existing equipment.
5 Keys to preventing slips and falls, Rule 1: Walk at a brisk pace, don't run.
5 Keys to preventing slips and falls, Rule 2: Establish firm footing. Maintain Balance.
5 Keys to preventing slips and falls, Rule 3: Look before stepping, scan work area.
5 Keys to preventing slips and falls, Rule 4: Do not walk on conveyors, rollers, chutes, slides or unsecured belts.
5 Keys to preventing slips and falls, Rule 5: Make adjustments for changing conditions.
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