It's been a while, I've been busy.
A customer has requested one of my clients to consider having work trousers which are captive to the site.
The current protective clothing is a knee length white coat, long sleeves with sleeve protectors if necessary, white knee high wellington boots, hairnets , beard snoods yadda, yadda, yadda....
I am going to risk assess the necessity for trouser in this nifty little outfit.
Auditor quoted Hygiene and allergen control. i.e. nuts eaten at home wiped hands on trousers ...I'm thinking there's about an couple of centimeters of fabric visible between boot and coat,unless the product fell off the conveyors ( which means it would be binned), and miraculously rubbed off the visible fabric of the trouser the risk is low.
Customer is European, I'm wondering do all European food processors have full trouser/coat combo?