OK so it's a bit of a yukky subject but, we have the majority of staff working in a chilled environment making ready to eat foods (either below 15 degrees centigrade or below 5 degrees) which tends to cause most people's noses to run. I'm not talking about people with colds or sinus infections etc, just the normal way that your nose runs if you are in a colder environment.
The staff are working on a conveyor and are VERY busy on it.
Other than the obvious "leave your work station, blow your nose and then wash and sanitise your hands and replace gloves prior to returning to your workstation", are there any suggestions on how to prevent this, or how to handle this without losing production time?
I would be interested in hearing from other people dealing with the same issue/conditions.