Boeing has largely returned to full productivity following the February 28th Earthquake in the Puget Sound area. A few buildings or areas within building remain closed for cleanup or deeper structural evaluation, but operations in those buildings have been relocated to other facilities.
The Boeing emergency teams that mobilized after the earthquake have returned to regular duties or to localized recovery operations. Employees are encouraged to address questions to their managers. Call centers have also been set up to answer questions and direct employees to support resources. The Company's Employee Assistance Program has been active in working with employees who are experiencing difficulties as a result of the quake.
If additional updates are necessary, employees will be able to find the latest information by calling the 24-hour hotline at 1-800-899-6431 or 1-800-394-0662.
ARAMARK food services are operating at most Boeing sites. Services are currently unavailable at several locations in Renton, Kent and Plant 2.
This is the last Puget Sound Operations Update bulletin expected to be posted to this site. Boeing emergency management groups have now returned to regular duties or to localized recovery operations. Additional information will be provided, however, should conditions change.
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