They have plants that work right now, why keep insisting on what we had here many years ago for a standard today?
You know, hospitals have been changing all along, lately they have special anti-bacterial soap dispensers in all aisles and in all rooms and they still have problems with compliance and are working on that.
It is the same no matter where you have any one system, you do the best you can and keep learning and doing what you do best, slaughter included.
I know many here are utterly clueless about management issues, read some animal rights extremist out of context story and reports and run with it saying see, we need to ban this or that because "they" say it is bad, look at this!
Well, like in my hospital example, there is nothing that is perfect, whatever we do will have to work best we can, including any slaughter plant that may fall eventually into the new regulations and inspectors, if those are ever given a green light, which is really not a given in today's political environment.