Conventional wisdom says eternal vigilance is the price for liberty. It is also the price for safety. Although safety is an integral component of all manufacturing processes, it becomes even more important when handling explosive material such as sugar dust.
Setting up preventive, constructional, structural, and organizational controls is necessary but not sufficient. What makes them sufficient is continuous scrutiny to examine their efficacy – eternal vigilance.
As such, organizational controls must be interpreted in the widest possible sense, for it is these measures that create a safety-first work culture.