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Courtesy and Professional CSX Style

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Name: Sick clown  
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Employed as: APE, for 20-30 years
Posted: 21 May 2015

Listen up girls... Now is your chance.. Big Micheal Ward and Cindy
sandborn will be traveling to a terminal near you.. Grow some balls and
tell them about the problems at the terminals .. If you want change then
let your voice be heard. Show these idiots how disgruntled we are. The
T&E employees are they're on worest enemies..you love crying about
problems but won't stand up for yourself. Keep hiding behind the
BLET/UTU ... Those boys are bought out ...period ..... Have a good day
ladies .

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Name: Dong Bageley
E-mail: MikeyWardslapdog@csx.com
Employed as: M of W, for 1-10 years
Posted: 20 May 2015

2014 Chairmanís Award of Excellence Winners
Each year, CSX selects its Chairmanís Award of Excellence winners from
among individuals and teams of employees who have made a significant
contribution to the companyís performance. Their projects, some taking
years to complete, cover a wide range of endeavors.

For 2014, CSX recognized nine teams and one individual with this most
prestigious award. All of the winners and their projects reflect CSXís
vision and core values as they drive improvements for our company and
its customers.

Following is a listing of the 2014 winners and their accomplishments.
Congratulations to all!

Station and Route Awareness Training Team
Scott Gray, terminal superintendent, Nashville
Scott Perret, assistant terminal superintendent, Nashville
Travis Shelton, road foreman of engines, Nashville
Meacham Bailey, manager-field training programs, Atlanta
Samantha Webb, manager-field training, Nashville

These individuals instituted the Station and Route Awareness Training
program, or START, for conductor trainees on the Nashville Division.
This innovative program establishes three days of one-on-one station
training for aspiring conductors during Phase Two of their on-the-job
training. Due in part on this program, the number of human factor train
derailments on the division decreased by more than 50 percent during a
year when the number of new-hire conductors increased by more than 50
percent. As a result STARTís success, other divisions are now adopting
the program.

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Name: 
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Employed as: Locomotive Engineer, for 10-20 years
Posted: 19 May 2015

Oh my.....dumb & dumber coming to town......

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Name: union
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Employed as: APE, for 20-30 years
Posted: 19 May 2015

HEADS UP AVON!!!


MUNOZ AND SANBORN ARE SUPPOSED TO BE IN AVON ON THE 27th. IF THEY HAVE
THE GUTS TO ACTUALLY HAVE A SIT DOWN WITH THE CREWS, DO NOT FORGET TO
POINT OUT THE SCREWING THAT IS BEING GIVEN TO THE WEST END CREWS. THE
CREWS WHO ARE BEING FORCED TO WORK OVER 10 MILES OUT OF THEIR
ADVERTISED JOB LIMITS. THE CREWS WHO ARE ON THE ROAD ALL DAMN DAY AND
AWAY FROM HOME AND THEN  HAVE TO COME HOME AND HOSTLE TRAINS FOR THE
REMOTES IN THE YARDS BECAUSE THEY CANT GO OUT OF THE YARD AREA. AND WE
SAY YARD AREA BECAUSE THE MANAGERS IN INDY CALL IT ALL TERMINAL LIMITS.
THEY ARE TRYING TO BLANKET THE ENTIRE INDIANAPOLIS AREA UNDER TERMINAL
LIMITS SO THEY CAN MAKE ALL ROAD CREWS TRAVEL TO THE OLD TRANSFER YARD
AND CRAWFORDSVILLE LINE TO SET OFF BLOCKS OF ROAD TRAINS AND SAY THEY
ARE IN THEIR RIGHTS TO DO SO BECAUSE THE CREWS ARE ASSIGNED TO DELIVER
TRAINS WITHIN THE TERMINAL LIMITS. THE TRIP RATES ARE SET. YOUR
DESIGNATED TERRITORY ON JOB ASSIGNMENTS ARE SET.  THEY ARE RAPING OUR
AGREEMENT AND THE UNION IS SITTING ON ITS ASS RIGHT NOW AS WE SPEAK AND
NOT DOING ANYTHING ABOUT IT. THE CREWS ARE DOING 200 MILES OF WORK ON
180 MILES OF PAY. THEY ARE USING US AND REFUSING FAIR PAY FOR OUR
LABOR! ITS ONLY GOING TO GET WORSE!
ASK THESE TWO HOW THEY CAN WORK THE CREWS LIKE DOGS, BABY THE REMOTES
AND RAPE OUT AGREEMENT AND FEEL GOOD ABOUT THEMSELVES. ASK THEM HOW CAN
THEY SIGN AN AGREEMENT AND THEN RENEGE ON EVERYTHING THEY SIGNED. ITS
GETTING REAL BAD OUT HERE PEOPLE AND YOU BETTER WAKE UP SOON. OUR UNION
IS JUST ABOUT GONE RIGHT ALONG WITH OUR UNION DUES AND THE COMPANY MAN
KNOWS IT. THEY HAVE BEEN CHIPPING AWAY AT OUR RIGHTS AND HAVE GOTTEN
AWAY WITH IT. BETTER WAKE UP!
THIS IS NO JOKE. YOU LIKE THROWING YOU MONEY IN THE SHITTER JUST TO
WATCH IT BE FLUSHED THEN GO AHEAD AND SIT ON YOUR BUTTS AND WATCH THE
WATER FLUSH! YOU BETTER START TALKING TO YOUR BUDDIES IN THE STEAL
WORKERS UNIONS AND SEE JUST HOW "SMART" THEY REALLY ARE. FIND OUT HOW
THEIR BOYS HANDLE THIS KIND OF ABUSE BY MANAGEMENT!

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Name: 
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Employed as: Other, non-employee, for N/A
Posted: 18 May 2015

Agree.
People\blue collar workers don't vote enough & if/when they do,
all too often they vote to eventually cut their own throat(s).
Can't ever seem to get it.

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Name: 
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Employed as: Other, non-employee, for N/A
Posted: 18 May 2015

Keep preaching to the Choir .....does no good. Sad & too bad.

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Name: Retired FRA Inspector
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Employed as: Friend or family of employee, for 30+ years
Posted: 17 May 2015

Union railroad employees that vote for Republicans are extremely simple
minded. Ronald (Howdy Duty) Reagan and the Bushes did everything in
their power to hurt unions and help corporations. They also did
everything they could to put Federal safety agencies in the pockets of
corporations and to prevent unions from having a voice in how those
agencies conduct business. I witnessed it first hand while at FRA. Most
FRA inspectors were also Republicans and voted for the politicians who
tried to cut their pay and benefits time and time again. So to those
union members that keep voting for Republicans, try eating your guns,
bibles and flags when you begin starving to death. And then realize
that the Democrats weren't really trying to take those items away from
you. Republicans just used your fear of that to get votes.

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Name: 
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Employed as: Locomotive Engineer, for 10-20 years
Posted: 16 May 2015

Guarantee you this....if there were two crew members in the cab of that
Amtrak train in Philadelphia .....never would have happened.....someone
should let the house of representatives leader know that .....oh he
probably does....he knows everything....just ask him.....if this
accident doesn't wake up America to what is happening in the railroad
industry then I guess nothing will....my wife asked me if I wanted to
ride Amtrak somewhere this year.....answer....NOWAY IN
HELL!!......idea....how about not spending billions overseas on an
idiotic war that will never end and spending the money here in the USA
to take care of US......must be quite embarrassing to be a politician
these days......

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Name: 
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Employed as: APE, for Less than 1 year
Posted: 15 May 2015

Amtrak accident:

Apparently, Amtrak had all the data including the camera focused on the
engineer. The camera probably showed the engineer accelerating the speed
of the locomotive. In a "legal" sense, if in fact Amtrak ascertained
that the accident was intentional, an apology is paramount in order to
mitigate [damages] and assuage the victims love ones [anger].

And now to politics:

Americans must come together and impose on our government to improve
America's infrastructure and not $TRILLIONS for the sake of Israel for
wars in the Middle East!

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Name: CSX long time disgusted slave
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Employed as: Locomotive Engineer, for 30+ years
Posted: 15 May 2015

Investigative Reporter is a troll!

His comment doesn't even make sense. As If the Engineer would/could
make  a name for himself by what? Being reckless? Stupid? As others
have said don't jump to conclusions. If he can't remember what
happened its probably because he microsleeped. An unfortunate
consequence of sleep deprivation. Which is an all too common problem in
this industry. An industry that had the benefit of a work force that
commonly had people willingly working 80 hours a week (greed factor)for
decades. But that wasn't good enough for the greedy basterds in charge.
They had to make medieval attendance policies to close any gaps where a
guy could mark off when he had enough, and needed a day or two to
recoup, and get rested or just plain caught up with the personal
necessities of life (you know, food shopping, laundry, etc.etc.) then
there's the issue of 1 man in the cab. The fact that this has gone on
for so long without the Public and Unions demanding an immediate end to
this insanely dangerous policy is mind boggling. Just think how that
would play out in the Airline Industry if they had 1 man flight crews.
And every 6/8 months a plane fell out of the sky killing everyone on
board. Because the pilot had some sort of health failure/lapse, and the
computer just didn't quite get the job done in his absence.

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Name: Investigative Reporter
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Employed as: Other, non-employee, for N/A
Posted: 13 May 2015

Amtrak wreck:

The young engineer was going twice the allowable speed and was
obviously trying to make a name for himself!

The feds have been pondering the idea of completely isolating train
crews from management for better oversight.

The German Pilot Effect (copy cat crime) maybe?

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Name: 
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Employed as: Other, non-employee, for N/A
Posted: 13 May 2015

CSX is a great company to work for.

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Name: LC
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Employed as: APE, for 20-30 years
Posted: 09 May 2015

Watchdog 
sorry but it won't do any good to key your radio mic if your fellow
crew member is the only one in hearing distance. Not all divisions
record all radio traffic either. The Chicago division is an example of
one who doesn't record in all areas. The crews are not protected. The
supervisors know this and have even been reported as gloating about it.
They know it is your word against theirs. This is a topic of hot
discussion with the unions. Hopefully there will be a change soon. This
won't prevent the mentally challenged supervisor from fabricating false
charges but it is a step towards better protection. If upper management
didn't demand mandatory failures this whole mess wouldn't exist but
they do so until our unions can put a  protection plan in place that
works do whatever it takes to protect yourself and your job.

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Name: watchdogs
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Employed as: Employed in other capacity, for 20-30 years
Posted: 08 May 2015

Pay attention!!!    

GLDV! Due to the extensive testing that is being done on supervisors
this month it has been brought to our attention that some supervisors
are going to the extreme. One tm in particular on the west side is
going to far. This would be one by the name of Edwards. It is being
reported he is obsessed with busting crews with the 25 foot rule. Make
sure you are no closer than 50 feet at all times. Without video
protection you have no way of protecting yourself from trumped up
charges.  

What is more disturbing is this supervisor was recently heard telling a
crew member that he had been following is that he was .."THE HARDEST
CONDUCTOR TO GET"!
this comment is not only unethical and unprofessional but borders
admission of deliberately stalking crews to hand out failure charges.
Do not give him any room to wiggle in. If he approaches you make sure
you have another crew member present during all conversations. If
necessary key your radio mic as a source of protection. If you are
wrongfully accused or verbally intimidated immediately notify the
ethics department. There is no place in the company for a supervisor
with this kind of malicious intent!

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Name: Blah
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Employed as: M of W, for 10-20 years
Posted: 07 May 2015

L&N Dispatcher and Mr. Robert Pines,

Fellas....

L&N,
why do you continue to argue with this guy for all these years... why
do you care... Who cares???

Pines,

Dude keep taking advantage of this short sighted ass railroad and
continue to use it to your benefit.

But Guys... lets move on.. or you two meet up and either fight or
f*ck... but get over it!

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Name: whocares
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Employed as: APE, for 1-10 years
Posted: 07 May 2015

I simply enjoy how every time this company tries to make my job/life
harder that I just take it out on them in some unknowingly but
gratifying way that makes me feel the score is even. Thank you.

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Name: 
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Employed as: Conductor, for 1-10 years
Posted: 07 May 2015

East St. Louis Safety Committee: Jacksonville's Pride or Failure

At this location there is a "no stings attached" attitude when it
comes to marking off in the"name of safety". Whether you are the
union safety coordinator, the red block captain, or the critical
incident person you can mark off. These employees have been abusing the
system and why not? Some have held these positions past the appointed
years with managements blessing.

Union agreements mean absolutely nothing when it comes to marking off
safety if you know the right people. It's time for new ideas! Can you
cite ANY accomplishments at that location in the past few years?

Here are some examples of the abuse by a few members of the safety
committee:
-Excessive amounts of safety days taken by a future train master and
current union safety coordinator.
-Marking off for a safety feed when there isn't one!
-Marking off for safety, collecting big money, to help the terminal
manager move!
-Marking off for safety, collecting big money, for an all expense paid
trip to a RISQUE bar. SWEET!
-Never posting safety feeds for all of the employees to see. Leaving
only that special few to attend!
-Going month's at a time without posting the minutes for all to see.

The employees are the ones responsible for all the years of injury free
days there!
Who is responsible for approving all of these safety days?
Does that location operate on a safety budget?
Do they have the largest safety budget on the division?
Does anybody else see what's going on there?
Is anybody watching?
Someone please STOP the ABUSE!

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Name: 
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Employed as: Locomotive Engineer, for 10-20 years
Posted: 07 May 2015

Been in engine service for over 10 years now......got woke up at 3 am to
report for duty to be a FLAGMAN at 5 am......CMC at it's best.....what
a proud group that must be down in Jacksonville......party on
CMC........

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Name: 
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Employed as: Conductor, for 1-10 years
Posted: 06 May 2015

I need a lawyer for being discriminated against for have a
disorder/disabilty Im in the midwest this is leading to termination...
Please get with me asap or let me know of any good union lawyers

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Name: 
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Employed as: Locomotive Engineer, for 10-20 years
Posted: 05 May 2015

How about shedding some more fat off the management bone as well....

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