Last week, Michigan’s Governor Whitmer announced an extension of the Stay Home/Stay Safe order through May 15. DENSO’s Michigan facilities will abide by this order, which means all associates who are able to work from home should continue to do so until further notice. Again, this is to ensure that those associates who have to be at a DENSO plant or campus to do their jobs, are able to work in a safer environment, with few people around. As government orders change, we will keep associates updated on what this means for DENSO, including future return to work plans.
As we learn more about our customers’ plans to resume operations, associates required for essential work may increase. Our health and safety teams have been working tirelessly to minimize the risk of working on site. When it is time to return to your regular work area, it will look dramatically different. Please see below initial steps we are taking to ensure a safe work environment.
If you need to go to DIAM Southfield campus for any reason (safe pickup of critical items, testing, and shipping and receiving requests), you must follow these required steps and approvals.
Associate Safety: Increased precautions at this time
DENSO has put strict safety measures in place across our facilities to help minimize associate risk – below. We will share a more detailed Risk Management Guide next week, outlining additional safety measures we are taking at all our North America facilities to ensure a safe work environment.
If you have any questions or concerns regarding safety, including if you believe others are not following social distancing guidelines, please contact SHE team members: Kathryn Darga; Faith Forbush; Gary Godin