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Boeing to Require Face Coverings as Part of Re-Opening Strategy

Boeing is implementing new safety procedures to prevent the spread of the coronavirus, including staggering shift start times to reduce the number of employees going in and out of the plants at the same time. The company will also use floor markings to create physical distance between workers, and employees will be required to wear face coverings and other protective gear.

Boeing will start reopening its airplane manufacturing plants in Washington state next week, bringing 27,000 employees back to work under new safety protocols, the company said, even though customers are deferring and canceling orders for new planes.

The aerospace giant closed last month because of the coronavirus pandemic, and many workers feared the plants may remain closed for a longer period of time, with demand for aircraft plummeting as air travel comes to a near halt.

Read More: https://www.npr.org/sections/coronavirus-live-updates/2020/04/17/837065262/boeing-to-reopen-some-production-plants-with-new-worker-safety-protocols

  • Apr 17, 2020
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