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  1. SheffSimon

    SheffSimon Regular EF Member

    Who benefits from you or your lad taking these risks, however small you might feel they are?

    Not you I imagine, but the factory will, so why take the risk. I've worked in food and beverage factories for years. The ones I've worked in would run a mile from unsafe practices, and will arrange shutdowns on size/product changeovers etc if absolutely required.
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