Article 18 of 9318 articles posted under "Asleep At The Wheel"


Employed as: Conductor, for Less than 1 year
Posted: 02 February 2021

Could be the same thing as the remote control engines. Rule is to take
them out of remote before you get off. The management gives you too
much work and you never have enough time.You get yelled at if you get
overtime. I noticed, crews always just leave them in remote. Managers
don't seem to care as long as you get off with out overtime. Securing
Trains might be the same?

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