Introduct to yourself: He is 51 and he worked in different periods of his life, he has observed a little the evolution of it.

How do you see that the fabric has evolved? Is there something that you think that has changed significantly?

Yes, the security has meant a big change, now there’s no people with no social security   -referring to Daniel’s case- in this moment there are periodic controls of the machines and the workers to increase the security in the fabric.

Have you noticed in any of your ages a gender difference or that you were exploited?

I’ve never noticed. There has always been equality and I’ve never been exploited, even though I’ve worked with difficult schedules.

Is there any anecdote that could reflect that change in the security?

Yes, I hooked up my hand in a machine that was stretching hide. That doesn’t mean that today can’t happen but it’s more difficult than few years ago.

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