I tried to find any discussions covering this topic and had no such luck so I apologize if this was covered elsewhere.
I am having an issue where I feel a higher level of protective clothing should be worn while employees are working in the freezer than my company is currently doing. While they do wear hairnets and clean coats, occasionally (especially during colder seasons) they start to wear their personal coats and such over their protective clothes which I know defeats the purpose of their clean clothes to begin with. We do have a few snowsuits that are available to wear that never leave the facility and are strictly worn in the freezers but even those I feel might not be adequate or considered clean?
I am curious how others approach this situation. Any insight would be much appreciated. Thank you!