LysanderV8 wrote:Making everyone responsible for their own safety is fine. But they need also to be responsible for ensuring that they do not imperil others by their lack of conscientiousness in cleaning.
You cannot depend on anyone else doing something that is critical to your safety. You have to accept that your safety is 100% your responsibility. Same as preflighting a group aircraft, you wouldn’t leap in and fly - on the assumption that (A N Other) has left it in a 100% safe and flyable condition. You always check for yourself. Sanitisation is just a new check, that you should do (to whatever level is necessary) to mitigate your (personal) risk appetite.