For our work, we always had to emphasize that strict HYGIENE is a must for avoiding the spread of all kind of diseases.
And I am talking about the mushroom business!
It ought to be treated like a hospital because we also can be dealing with a virus outbreak; called die-back.
Virus particles easily can attach themselves to spores.
Long hair has to be pulled back.
No long fingernails.
No baggy tops, but tucked in.
No wide/long clothes (skirts, dresses or very baggy pants) sweeping the surface and contaminating other areas with diseases.
We have seen hundred or even thousand times personnel at a hospital, clinic or doctor's office with TOO LONG PANTS.
Sure, most young(er) generations would not know how to decently hem up their pants.
But aside from doing it yourself or having it done, WHY is management not mentioning this?!
THINK about it, an entire workday sweeping up things from the floor, wherever they go.
And mind you, they WILL go a few times to the TOILET as well, using their PANTS like a nice 'dry' mopping rag.
Spreading germs and virus particles, attached to dust or water particles, all around and even taking them HOME.
Have you also noticed this in the medical world?
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