Information listed below identifies changes to normal site operations.
If your site is not listed, please assume your work location is open and operating on a normal schedule. If you have questions, please contact your manager.
Many of our production and other facilities throughout the company remain open. Boeing is monitoring the coronavirus situation closely and taking prudent measures to protect the health and safety of employees and their families, as well the communities where we live.
Employees should follow guidance issued by local, county and state emergency management officials, and can find updates on the status of site operations here and the employee emergency hotline at 800-899-6431.
FSCO On-Site Operations Resuming First Shift Monday, Aug. 3 (posted August 2, 8:00PM Eastern)
Local leaders are continuing to monitor Tropical Storm Isaias, which remains offshore as it passes by Florida's east coast. Provided conditions do not intensify overnight, on-site operations at all Florida Space Coast Operations (FSCO) facilities, including Titusville, Kennedy Space Center, Cape Canaveral and Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, will resume with first shift tomorrow, Monday, Aug. 3. Boeing employees who have been telecommuting due to COVID-19 should continue to do so. Any changes to this plan will be communicated via email, on the Boeing hotline at 1-800-899-6431 and this website. Employees should also touch base with their managers, who are the best source of information related to priorities and expectations.
Boeing South Carolina suspending operations due to Tropical Storm Isaias starting second shift Monday, August 3 (posted August 2, 11:00AM Eastern)
In advance of the anticipated arrival of Tropical Storm Isaias in the Charleston area, Boeing South Carolina will suspend normal operations at 2 p.m. on Monday, Aug. 3. Teammates should not report to work starting with second shift on Monday, Aug 3. Third-shift teammates will still report to work Sunday, Aug. 2, and first-shift teammates are also expected to report to work as normal on Monday, Aug. 3. If a teammate’s regular work shift ends after 2 p.m. on Aug 3, direct-charging teammates should charge the remaining normal working hours to “Suspended Operations” in ETS.
The timing of the temporary site shutdown is based on the latest weather projections from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), which show tropical storm force winds are not expected until 5 p.m. on Monday, giving our teammates ample time to return home. We will keep assessing weather conditions and make adjustments if needed, and communicate to employees as early as possible if there are any changes. A determination to resume normal operations will be made after the storm passes and a complete site safety assessment can be completed. Please continue to visit this website for updates.
Pleasanton, California (Boeing Secure Computing Solutions) (posted April 2, 2020)
Due to a shelter in place order issued by Santa Clara and Alameda counties, Boeing temporarily suspended operations until further notice. Boeing leaders will continue to monitor guidance and directives issued by local governments. Employees should remain in contact with their managers, and employees supporting critical operations will continue to report to their assigned shifts.
Marshall Space Flight Center – Huntsville, Alabama (posted March 27, 2020)
Per NASA direction, MSFC facilities are closed to all but mission-critical operations. Boeing's International Space Station program continues on-site support for the research and payloads operated aboard the station. No other Boeing personnel should report to this site unless authorized to do so by their manager.