So, we now see that the cabin crew have won the right to wear latex gloves if they see fit. The workplace-safety benefits of that choice should be beyond debate. My question, now, is at what point in time, and to what extent, does Air Canada elect to decrease or altogether cancel in-flight food and beverage service on grounds of safety? Bonus marks, of course, to those of you who can cogently argue why this ought to happen, and also (to be fair!) unto those of you who can equally-cogently argue against such a course of action. My own guess? We'll start seeing more BOB-style presentation of food and beverage items in sealed containers, so that the risks and liabilities of consumption are borne more by the passengers accepting such items, and less by the airline workers serving such items.