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Covid-19 Update


The COVID-19 pandemic continues to cause immediate and long-term disruptions to our way of living. Life will not be the same. However, things will be better because we will take lessons learned and implement new strategies that enable us to work SMARTER and SAFER as we adjust to a new normal.

We lost a valued team member last week. Reggie White will remain in our thoughts as we prepare for every VQR and BSC meeting. Remember to keep Rose and their family in your prayers.

Currently, we have 5 confirmed coronavirus cases at Detroit Chassis affecting the following areas: C2, Quality Department, Vision Center, Rolls Test, Sub assembly, and the administrative offices. We will continue to monitor associates’ condition and provide support.

The entire facility has been thoroughly and repeatedly cleaned and sanitized, in preparation for our return to work. We must all exercise extreme caution to protect ourselves and each other:
• Maintain safe Social Distancing,
• Wear a mask and gloves when recommended
• Wash our hands and
• Sanitize frequently

These are all things that will dramatically lower risks.

Work Schedule

We expect Monday, May 4, 2020 to be our first day back for full production at DCP and DCA. This date is still fluid but do not worry, we will update you if there are any changes.

Everyone who enters the facility is required to have their temperature monitored, wear the required PPE (Gloves & Mask)

Project Updates

The team has done an amazing job by completing 80% of the rework and retrofit units, so far!! The team deserves great credit for setting an example of how to effectively work SAFELY while being extremely productive! Great customer service being delivered by great people!!!


Social Support Information

Assistance for Single Mothers and State Benefits see information at the link below:

MI Bridges

Federal CARES Act

The Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act provides unemployment compensation for laid-off associates. It also includes up to an additional $600/week that will be paid to claimants in UI payments.

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