What is a hazard warning card from the post office?

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Hazard Warning Cards. Use this Hazard Warning carrier form card to inform carriers, postal workers and customers of necessary precautions and procedures. This Letter Carrier card will get the attention of intended recipients.

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Also know, what is a yellow hazard warning card?

The second card is yellow and is called Hazard Warning Card. It says that our tile floor is not covered, and recommends not to deliver mail if it is raining/snowing.

Secondly, what is a carrier dog warning? Postal workers carry around a bright orange placard labeled “Carrier Dog Warning.” They write the addresses where dogs are threats to document where problem dogs live. People with dangerous dogs risk not getting their mail if they don’t take steps to insure a carrier’s safety, Norton said.

Likewise, people ask, what is a carrier alert card?

Carrier Alert is a cooperative community service program to monitor the well- being of elderly and disabled mail patrons. Delivering mail to the same residences day after day, letter carriers become familiar with customers’ habits and often notice changes in routine that mean a patron is in distress.

What is a DPS flag card?

DPS Flag Carrier Card. [click for additional images] Use this DPS Flag carrier form card to inform carriers, postal workers and customers of necessary precautions and procedures. This carrier card will get the attention of intended recipients. Carrier cards are sold 500 per box and measure 8-1/2″ x 5-1/2″.

What is a dog warning card?

They are simply warning cards to let whoever may be carrying mail that day that there are dogs in the house. It more than likely was misdelivered to you as those cards are supposed to stay with the carrier.

What is Carrier USPS?

A new letter carrier begins as a City Carrier Assistant (CCA.) Rural carriers are hired as Rural Carrier Associate (RCA) carriers, without benefits. They are not United States Postal Service employees, and normally receive lower pay than carriers on city or rural routes.