Current Emergency Information
Remnants of Post Tropical Cyclone Florence Updates (Monday, Sept 24, 2018 4:00p.m. EDT)
Boeing continues to monitor remnants of Post Tropical Cyclone Florence and the impacts to Boeing employees and sites. Communities where Boeing employees work and reside were impacted by this storm. Your safety is our highest priority. Continue to watch for messages from your site leaders and managers and continue to monitor and heed all warnings issued by local, county and state officials. Please monitor local travel advisories maintaining situational awareness to ensure safe travel in and around the region. Please continue to monitor this website and the Boeing Employee Emergency Information Line 1-800-899-6431 for updates.
Boeing South Carolina Resumed Operations Sunday Sept 16
Boeing South Carolina resumed operations Sunday, Sept 16. Managers will continue to take into consideration teammates whose families and homes were adversely impacted by the storm. Thank you for your dedication and cooperation as we work to continue to work and get back to normal operating status.
Boeing C-17 Operations at Joint Base Charleston Resumed Operations Tuesday Sept 18
Boeing C-17 Operations at Joint Base Charleston resumed operations effective first shift, Sept 18.
Please keep in touch with your managers and make safety the priority at work and at home for both you and your family.
Should operations change at any of the Boeing sites, this website and the Boeing Employee Information Line will be updated to provide current site status.
Stolen Boeing Credit Cards
1-866-869-1871 (within United States)
1-904-954-7314 (outside United States)
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Travel Emergencies - Boeing Business Travelers
Contact Boeing Travel:
1-800-543-4284 (within United States)
1-425-373-2469 (outside United States)
Protection Against Cyber Threats
Cyber breaches are an increasing threat, affecting millions of people, and the consequences for victims can be far-reaching. For example, the U.S. Office of Personnel Management in 2015 discovered two cybersecurity incidents involving the theft of sensitive personal data of more than 21 million current, former, and prospective Federal employees and contractors. Some of these victims were Boeing employees and retirees. Click on the links below to find tips from Boeing to help you prevent this from happening to you -- and what to do if your information has been compromised.
Always remember that your local security professionals are available to assist you when things don’t feel quite right.
Employee Assistance Program
The Employee Assistance Program (EAP) is a confidential service designed to connect Boeing employees and their families with experienced counseling professionals for help with personal and family issues. It provides up to six counseling sessions per issue, per calendar year, at no cost to employees or their eligible dependents.
The program also offers WorkLife referrals such as childcare, eldercare, and other community referrals. Additionally, limited legal and financial advice is available, as is access to helpful online articles.
For more detailed information about the Employee Assistance Program and WorkLife Solutions, please visit http://www.achievesolutions.net/boeing.
You may also call to request services.
In the United States, call 866-719-5788.
Outside of the United States, call the reverse charge number at +44 20 8987 5966.