I noticed this quote from Jarve from the shoe sanitizing thread and it got me thinking about engineers. My experience is that engineers are the most difficult people to get on board with the rules and procedures. They are a law unto themselves. I hear the same from other colleagues and members of the forum.
Totally seperate footwear for high and low areas, staff are not allowed to remove wellingtons from low care changing room, it is a disciplinary offence to be wearing wellingtons outside of production areas.
We do occasionally get Listeria in the high care area, but a thorough clean usually does the job, the biggest problem is controlling engineers roaming the factory at weekends after all the equiopment has been cleaned on Friday night.
What are the engineers like in your place of work?