An interesting situation could arise about this topic and how to consider it.
Larry A my friend and everyone else. You might actually run through this scenario. Time it and see how long it would actually take to complete the tasks properly.
Have each and every one of your employees be timed on this. And mix it up if you are training as a group, so no one has the advantage.
Your 3rd washer in that picture furtherest away from the end cap.
How long did this process take in seconds?
Now double this time when you put panic from customers and staff involved.
Maybe an emergency stop button on the machine or behind it like Paully B suggested is a good idea.Michael;Yes, we should do all we can. However, sometimes insurance companies (Yours & Theirs) will put you out of business after the event has happened.