National Route Inspection Training Manual - Participant Guide - December, 2005
National Route Inspection Training Manual - Facilitator’s Guide - December, 2005
NALC Route Protection Program - Chapter 1 - Route Examination and the Letter Carirer
- May 1, 2006
NALC Route Protection Program - Chapter 2 - Route Examinations and Adjustments for
NALC Representatives - March, 2005
Sorting Mail Directly Into Sacks or Tubs
Decision Regarding Sorting UAA Mail on Street Time - Using Scrunch/Sculch Tray on
M-01662 - Step 4 Decision Regarding S-999 Mail and How It Is Counted During a Count
Using Stopwatches During Route Counts - C-17815
USPS Unit Review Manual
Route Inspection/Adjustment Cites
Route Inspection Timeline - Handout Created by Gloria Moore
Things To Remember - A Handout Created by Gloria Moore
Doing Your Job Right....And Safely - A Handout Created by Gloria Moore
Holding 6” On Arm While Casing
What To Do With Yellow Stickers, Inquiries, Bull’s-Eye Mail, Etc.
Steward’s Guideline Handout - A Handout Created By Gloria Moore
Multiple Days of Inspection - May, 2007
Route Evaluation and Adjustment - Management City Delivery SOP
Multiple Days of Inspection - M-01680 - April 21, 2008
5-Minutes Added to Soft Time - M-01664 - July 30, 2007
Route Adjustment Using a Router
Management hasNO CLUEof what it takes to deliver slippery, razor-blade thinmail. NO CLUE of what it takes to deliver Circulars with leaflets falling out
and cardboard-likeinserts that won’t allow you to ‘roll’ it and put it in the box.
NO CLUEof what it takes to deliver mail in pouring rain and gale-like winds.
NO CLUEof trying to stuff 12 flatsinto a slot that is less than an inch high
and at the bottom of the door. NO CLUE that we have to reach with gorilla arms
out of the LLV/CRV to reach mailboxes that areblocked by parked cars, trash and
tree limbs. NO CLUEof how friggin’ coldcold feels or how hothot feels.