No kidding. We do a lot of testing in house now at LG. So, one of the raw materials came back dirty for baterial and mold. I was disposing of it and the powder stuck to the container and then fell down from the top and blew into my face.
I didn't think much of it. I went about my day (hit a birthday party for a friend's kid) about 8:00 pm I noticed a haze around my eyes. By 9:30 my eyes were about 30% viability. I went to the ER and after about 4 hours there, I got some antibiotic eye drops. I am still feeling quite run down after sleeping for almost 24 hours. I got a script for some other antibiotics and trying to get back in gear.
Man, this has been a rough year! Things have to get better from here. lol Just be patient with me and LG, I will keep pushing though, don't you worry.
Hang in there Eric. This really puts the spotlight on the importance of testing raws.
Keep grinding Eric...your heart seems to be in this and that always pays dividends in the end.
Always open light. It’s not what you open with, it’s what you finish with. Louie Simmons
Thanks for all of the good wishes! Can you believe that a powder product would have both bacteria and mold contaminants. Good thing we invested so heavily in testing.
I had never lost my sight like that before. It was crazy! I am almost back to 100%. I swear I feel like Rasputin...they can try but they can't kill me or make me go away! lol
Get well man! It is good though to see a CEO on the front lines doing the dirty work for his company. I have worked for a few places where the bosses just pass the buck!
This absolutely is a perfect example of why testing raw product is needed! Can't imagine the kind of backlash that would have come from that if the product hadn't been tested and was used!
"But as for you, be strong and do not give up, for your work will be rewarded."
Oh, you saw it on bb dot com? Well it must be true then!
Splash lot of cold water and u'll be fine