My daughter is working for a company that sets up for functions and movie sets so it would fall under light industrial type work. About a week ago she was sweeping the storage area (she claims that she was wearing her eye protection but I have my doubts) and shortly after found she had something irritating her eye. The irritation became painful enough that she couldn't ignore it and had it checked. A good sized metal sliver was removed from the cornea but she had to go in for minor surgery to deal with the rust from the sliver. She tells me that having your cornea ground down is extremely painful after the freezing wears off and something to be avoided. I thought we were pretty much past it but it seems things went bad again today and she'll need further, more complicated surgery but they will need to deal with the infection from the rust before that can happen. If you're doing anything at all, please remember to do the right thing and wear your protective eyewear. It's so much easier than this and it's looking like she will have some damage to her vision, which is never a good thing.