Protect yourself when management gets on your truck, whether it’s a one-day production ride or a three-day OJS.

Fill out the online OJS Questionnaire on your phone, laptop or pad. Then save to PDF to keep a copy of the completed questionnaire on your phone for your records. Or download the OJS Questionnaire and fill it out by hand.

  • Do your complete pre-trip and post-trip inspections.
  • Completely stretch after your first delivery stop and at the end of your meal period.
  • Keep your same routine as normal. Work at a safe, sustainable pace. Don’t rush or take shortcuts.

Follow all UPS delivery methods, including:

  • Follow the posted speed limit at all times, including on UPS property and in other parking lots.
  • Wear your seatbelt and use three points of contact when entering or exiting the vehicle.
  • Use proper body mechanics when lifting. Get close to the package. Bend with the knees.
  • Back only when necessary. Scan and size up the area before backing. If in doubt, get out and look. Tap your horn repeatedly to signal your intentions.
  • Walk on walkways and driveways in residential areas. Don’t cut across the grass.
  • Send messages on the DIAD as you normally would. Don’t take shortcuts from your normal routine that will artificially inflate your SPORH.
  • Document your OJS or one-day ride so you have the records you need if the company tries to harass or discipline you for production.