Any chance you can directly appeal to your colleagues without upsetting the higher-ups? I've found that people are quite understanding when they are personally approached with a problem such as yours. Sure, you may still get the one or two who don't believe or insist they HAVE to have seafood, but you've been there so long you must have built up a lot of friendships and hopefully respect that most might leave the seafood at home.
And you could still, as Bianca suggested, bring a mask for those times when people still bring seafood in. I think a mask will keep out the airborne proteins, though I'm not sure.
As the founder of AllergyEats as well as a Board member for the Asthma & Allergy Foundation of America, I spend all my work days focusing on food allergies, which also brings me in contact with a ton of doctors, advocates, food allergy sufferers and their families. And on this basis, I can tell you with absolute certainly that you CAN be allergic to salt. In fact, there is a separate allergy specific to sea salt. I even know an allergies with this affliction.View Thread