I had an employee approach me and ask what he could do if he were to pierce his ears as he would have to have something in his ears temporarily until they healed. My first instinct was, "absolutely nothing, don't do it, you can't!" Instead, I told him I would look into it. So now I'm here as a green food safety supervisor, asking the professionals. Is there anything he can do? Has anyone been through this with their staff?
I'm of the philosophy that work isn't the only aspect of life worth living, to each his own, but my job is about protecting the product we manufacture and I can't make these two meld at the moment.
Any stories, advice, experience would be appreciated. Thank you!