Coronavirus (COVID-19) Information & Updates

May 22, 2020 - COVID-19 Update and Safety Reminder for Employees

COVID-19 Update and Safety Reminder for Employees - PDF

PUBLISHED:
May 22, 2020

COVID-19 Update and Safety Reminder for Employees

This past week, NASSCO has increased the frequency of disinfecting, and added a new method to accomplish this. We have begun using foggers to disinfect many of the common areas in the shipyard, as well as some shipboard and indoor building spaces. This is being performed daily by our Maintenance Team and a contracted company that specializes in this type of work. The fogging is currently taking place on 1st and 2nd shift. Some of the common areas disinfected on a daily basis include lunch areas, restrooms, handrails/stair towers, turnstiles, gangbox areas, and handwash/bluehouse stations.

Disinfectant fogging is a good supplement to our existing processes used throughout the facility to disinfect high-touch surfaces, but please remember to continue to wash your hands regularly, wear your face coverings, clean your face coverings, and practice social distancing.

NASSCO has been informed of additional positive reports of COVID-19 this week. Contact tracing and disinfecting efforts are underway. We are continuing to work hard to minimize the spread of the virus at NASSCO and we thank you for doing your part to keep your fellow shipbuilders safe.

This weekend we honor and remember the military members that have served in many wars and battles throughout history. We salute them, and their families, for the sacrifices made in service to our great nation. Have a safe and fun Memorial Day weekend.

May 20, 2020 - COVID-19 Update for Employees

COVID-19 Update for Employees - PDF

PUBLISHED:
May 20, 2020

COVID-19 Update for Employees

We have several updates for you since our last communication. This week, we began distributing thermometer strips for personal use. We’ve made these available to all employees and encourage everyone to monitor their temperature before work and regularly.

When reporting to work, your temperature should be less than 100°F, without the use of fever-reducing medication like Tylenol or Advil. If your temperature is 100°F or above, please do not come into work and follow the proper steps for reporting.

We have noticed that some individuals are not adhering to the mandatory face covering directive. Face coverings are being used to minimize the spread of COVID-19, and thereof should be treated like all other safety equipment. The safety of your fellow shipbuilders depends on us all taking this mandate seriously.

Additionally, we have been made aware that some employees may be carpooling to work. We strongly encourage you to find other means of transportation, which allows for proper social distancing, whenever possible. If you elect to ride in a carpool, you should wear your face covering and the following control practices from the CDC should be used:

  • Limit the number of people per vehicle as much as possible. This may mean using more vehicles.
  • Maintain social distancing when possible.
  • Use hand hygiene before entering the vehicle and when arriving at the destination.
  • Clean and disinfect commonly touched surfaces after each carpool or shuttle trip (e.g., door handles, handrails, seatbelt buckles).

NASSCO has been informed of additional positive reports of COVID-19. Contact tracing and disinfecting efforts are underway. While the State of California is attempting to slowly re-open the economy, we have to remain vigilant, and faithfully follow all safety guidelines.

May 18, 2020 - Distribution of Forehead Thermometers

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May 18, 2020

Distribution of Forehead Thermometers

Forehead thermometers are being distributed today for employees who would like to check their own temperatures before coming to work. If your temperature is 100°F or above, please do not come into work.

How to use forehead thermometers:

  1. Peel off backing and apply to clean forehead
  2. Wait 15 seconds
  3. Green: Correct temperature
  4. If you do not see green, blue or tan colors will appear:
    Blue: add 1°F
    Tan: subtract 1°F

If you have a fever, or any other COVID-19 symptoms:

  1. Contact your healthcare provider
  2. NASSCO employees please report in to the COVID-19 reporting line at (619) 544-8585
  3. Subcontractors please contact your employer.

Remember to wear your face coverings while at NASSCO facilities and regularly wash them.

More information for the forehead thermometers can be found below, and on the attached document.

May 14, 2020 - COVID-19 Update for Employees

COVID-19 Update for Employees - PDF

PUBLISHED:
May 14, 2020

COVID-19 Update for Employees

We have several updates for you since our last communication. This week, you may have noticed we increased the frequency of temperature taking as you enter the facility. This process is going well and we appreciate everyone’s cooperation.

We still need your help. We encourage you to always keep in regular communication with your supervisors, however it is vital that HR receives any information pertaining to a COVID-19 positive report quickly and accurately.

As a reminder, you should not come to work if:

  1. You are experiencing symptoms of COVID-19
  2. You have tested positive for COVID-19
  3. In the last 14 days, a member of your household or someone close to you, tested positive for COVID-19

If you have answered yes to any of the questions above, do not come to work and contact the COVID-19 reporting line: (619) 544-8585.

NASSCO has been informed of additional positive reports of COVID-19. Rigorous contact tracing and disinfecting efforts are being completed. We recognize the hard work from our Safety and HR teams in ensuring these tasks are performed quickly to help minimize the potential spread of the virus.

As anticipated, COVID testing in San Diego County is becoming more accessible and as a result we will continue to see more positive reports. It is imperative that we consistently adhere to our face covering and social distancing mandates while maintaining our commitment to all of the protective measures in place at our NASSCO facilities.

May 8, 2020 - COVID-19 Update for Employees

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PUBLISHED:
May 8, 2020

COVID-19 Update for Employees

With the county moving to approve new levels of reopening more businesses in the upcoming weeks, it is important we remain steadfast in our commitments to all the protective measures in place at our NASSCO facilities. In addition, as reported earlier this week, face coverings are now mandatory in San Diego and at NASSCO. You must wear a face covering while at work.

It is also important that individuals who experience coronavirus (COVID-19) symptoms, or those who have tested positive for COVID-19 within the past two weeks—even if not experiencing any symptoms—not come to work, and report in, using the COVID-19 reporting line at (619) 544-8585.

This week we had more positive case reports and the Safety team continues to perform contact tracing and sanitizing activities wherever needed. One of the additional measures for disinfecting that is being deployed is the use of fogging. This utilizes a hydrogen peroxide solution that is safe for humans and effective against the virus. The process is performed on second shift and employees can typically re-enter the area soon after the fogging is complete.

On another front, we are pleased to report that five previously positive employees have fully recovered, returned back to NASSCO, and are doing well. We have also seen more than 30 employees, who have sought testing in the community, report back with negative results. If you would like to get tested for COVID-19, the county is offering free testing services by appointment only. To find a location closest to you, and to make an appointment, please visit
https://lhi.care/covidtesting
or call (888) 634-1123, Monday through Friday, 7am to 7pm.

We are thankful for the NASSCO family working together and supporting each other at this time.

May 7, 2020 - COVID-19 Update for Employees

COVID-19 Update for Employees - PDF

PUBLISHED:
May 7, 2020

COVID-19 Update for Employees

We would like to provide you with several updates regarding COVID-19. The NASSCO team has been working very hard to keep the workplace safe while we continue our essential work. Since our last update, we have received information on additional cases of COVID-19. For all known cases, thorough cleaning and sanitizing have been completed and contact tracing is in progress.

Yesterday was the first day of mandatory face coverings. It was noticed and appreciated that everyone is taking the new instructions very seriously and we are complying with the new county order. This is another step in the right direction and we must continue that commitment.

It is good news that COVID-19 testing has become more accessible in San Diego County. As a result, we may continue to receive more notice of positive reports. The state’s three sites will offer about 800 testing appointments, Monday through Friday at the following locations:

Grossmont College
8800 Grossmont College Dr., El Cajon, CA 92020

Former Sears in Chula Vista
565 Broadway, Chula Vista, CA 91910

North Inland Live Well Center in Escondido
649 W Mission Ave., Escondido, CA 92025

A doctor’s referral is not required for testing at the above sites, but appointments are required. Appointments can be made online at

https://lhi.care/covidtesting

If you have no Internet access, call 888-634-1123, Monday through Friday, 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.

May 4, 2020 - Mandatory Face Coverings

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PUBLISHED:
May 4, 2020

Mandatory Face Coverings

San Diego County has issued a new order pertaining to face covering requirements. As a result, effective Wednesday May 6, 2020, all individuals must wear a face covering while on NASSCO property. We will be denying entry to anyone that is not wearing a face covering. We understand that San Diego officials will be enforcing this order in the community.

Homemade masks, bandanas, scarves and neck gaiters are acceptable face coverings since the items can be washed and reused. Please remember to regularly wash your face coverings.

April 30, 2020 - COVID-19 Update for Employees

COVID-19 Update for Employees - PDF

PUBLISHED: April 30, 2020

COVID-19 Update for Employees

NASSCO has been informed of additional presumptive positive reports for the coronavirus (COVID-19). One employee last worked on April 24, 2020, at the Graving Dock. Another individual last worked on April 22, 2020, on the Bonhomme Richard. The last employee last worked on April 27, 2020 on TAO. Contact tracing and plans for cleaning and disinfecting are underway.

As a reminder, face coverings are a vital part to minimizing the spread of COVID-19. San Diego County released more information today regarding the upcoming mandate of face coverings.

We will be communicating in the upcoming days, how this will impact our employees and guests.

Please see our latest updates here: www.NASSCO.com. NASSCO employees can text “NASSCO” to 877-789-8398 for updates via SMS.

April 29, 2020 - COVID-19 Update for Employees

COVID-19 Update for Employees - PDF

PUBLISHED: April 29, 2020

COVID-19 Update for Employees

NASSCO has been informed that an employee has tested presumptively positive for the coronavirus (COVID-19). This employee last worked on April 17, 2020, in SOC 6. Contact tracing and plans for cleaning and disinfecting are underway.

We also appreciate employees continuing to keep us informed if they develop COVID-19- related symptoms and test positive while out on personal leaves of absence. While these reports may not require contact tracing at NASSCO, we still value the information. If you are tested for COVID-19, please call the dedicated HR line at 619-544-8585 to let us know. The sooner we have information, the sooner our team can respond and take the next steps.

We know this is a serious illness and even one-person sick is too many. Our thoughts are with all our NASSCO families that may be experiencing illness from this pandemic. While we may be anxious to return to our normal lifestyles, it is important to stay committed to social distancing, wearing masks and/or face coverings, cleaning around us, and washing our hands often for as long as it takes to end the spread of this virus.

Please see our latest updates here: www.NASSCO.com. NASSCO employees can text “NASSCO” to 877-789-8398 for updates via SMS.

April 28, 2020 - COVID-19 Update for Employees

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PUBLISHED: April 28, 2020

COVID-19 Update for Employees

NASSCO has been informed that an employee has tested presumptively positive for the coronavirus (COVID- 19). The employee last worked on April 17, 2020 in SOC 3, 2nd shift. Any persons found to be in close contact with this individual, will be contacted by HR.
 
The CDC issues guidance in determining a close contact based on duration, distance and circumstance of potential exposure. CDC states a close contact as being within approximately 6 feet (2 meters) of a person with COVID19 for a prolonged period of time. Up to date information on this guidance can be found at: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/php/public-health-recommendations.html
 
We have had an increase in COVID-19 cases but this is, in large part, due to the increase in accessibility of COVID-19 testing. Two new, appointment-only COVID-19 testing sites opened yesterday in Escondido and Chula Vista and mobile testing sites will soon be deployed around San Diego to accommodate the increased demand for testing. As more testing sites like these emerge, the amount of positive reports are inevitably going to increase. We must continue to remain vigilant, we are all in this together.
 
What Are We Doing?
Employee health and safety is the priority. We’ve implemented a series of health measures for employees to prevent and minimize the spread of the virus — from increasing the frequency and intensity of cleaning to adjusting our practices in the shipyard to ensure the recommended social distancing guidelines are met. We are meeting every day, working to identify additional ways to improve on these measures.
 
Employee Communication
We are committed to keeping our employees notified at the onset of receiving notification of a presumptive positive, through email and text notifications. As soon as a new case of COVID-19 has been reported, HR and Safety immediately begin contact tracing in order to:
  • Identify where the employee worked so that we can deep clean and sanitize the area with products that meet the EPA’s criteria for use against COVID-19
  • Contact anyone who may have been in close contact with the employee per the current CDC guidance
What Can You Do?
Wear your face coverings, wash your hands frequently, and remember the importance of social distancing and continue to practice it, even during breaks and meal periods. By following these protocols and all safety measures, we continue to minimize the potential spread of the virus.
 
We are thankful for your dedication in following these steps and working safely every day.
April 25, 2020 - COVID-19 Update for Employees

COVID-19 Update for Employees - PDF

PUBLISHED: April 25, 2020

COVID-19 Update for Employees

This afternoon, NASSCO was informed that two employees have tested presumptively positive for the coronavirus (COVID-19). One employee last worked on April 21, 2020 in the Matson engine room, and that area has already been sanitized. The second individual last worked on April 24, 2020 in SOC 6. Contact tracing investigation, cleaning and disinfecting plans are underway. All individuals found to have been in close contact with these employees will be notified.

This week there have been several circumstances of individuals coming in to work, and being sent home for showing symptoms related to COVID-19. As a reminder, common symptoms of COVID-19 are:

For the safety of your fellow employees and their families, please monitor your health and do not come to work while you are experiencing symptoms of COVID-19. If you are experiencing these symptoms, you should contact HR at HRCV19@nassco.com or (619) 544-8585. Please see our latest updates here: www.NASSCO.com. NASSCO employees can text “NASSCO” to 877-789-8398 for updates via SMS.

April 24, 2020 - Benefits Update for Employees

Benefits Update for Employees - PDF

Read the PDF to review benefit coverage for health care related to COVID-19

April 23, 2020 - COVID-19 Update for Employees #2

COVID-19 Update for Employees #2 - PDF

PUBLISHED: April 23, 2020

COVID-19 Update for Employees #2

This afternoon, NASSCO was informed that an employee has tested presumptively positive for the coronavirus (COVID-19). This employee last worked on April 23, 2020 in SOC 6, 3nd shift.

Contact tracing is currently underway, and all individuals found to have been in close contact with this employee will be notified. All known areas this employee worked are in the process of being cleaned and disinfected.

As community testing for COVID becomes more accessible, we are seeing an increase in positive reports here. It is more important now than ever to wear your face coverings, distance yourselves, and wash your hands frequently. We will continue to do everything we can to minimize the spread of the virus, and we appreciate the cooperation from all employees in doing the same.

Please see our latest updates here: www.NASSCO.com. NASSCO employees can text “NASSCO” to 877-789-8398 for updates via SMS.

April 23, 2020 - COVID-19 Update for Employees

COVID-19 Update for Employees

PUBLISHED: April 23, 2020

COVID-19 Update for Employees

Today, NASSCO was informed that an employee has tested presumptively positive for the coronavirus (COVID-19). This employee last worked on April 16, 2020 in SOC 5, 2nd shift. After contact tracing and investigation was completed, there were no individuals in close contact with this employee.

Please remember the importance of social distancing (even during breaks and meal periods), wearing your face coverings and frequently washing your hands. By following these protocols and all safety measures, we are continuing to minimize the potential spread of the virus. We are thankful for the dedication our employees and guests are demonstrating in following these steps and working safely every day.

Additionally, several cities have started to mandate the use of face coverings in public. Chula Vista and National City are among the first to implement. We encourage you to wear your face coverings at all times, and be sure to clean them regularly.

Your safety is our utmost priority. We continue to make every effort possible to minimize the spread of the virus and have adopted a number of safety measures, including:

  • Enhanced screening efforts at the gates, and randomly in the yard
  • Routinely cleaning and disinfecting all frequently touched surfaces in the workplace
  • Implementing flexible worksites or work hours for certain employees (e.g., telework, staggered shifts) which has significantly decreased the number of people on-site
  • Promoting the importance for social distancing
  • Utilizing disinfection products that meet the EPA’s criteria for use against COVID-19

Please see our latest updates here: www.NASSCO.com. NASSCO employees can text “NASSCO” to 877-789-8398 for updates via SMS.

April 22, 2020 - COVID-19 Update for Employees

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PUBLISHED: April 22, 2020

COVID-19 Update for Employees

NASSCO has been informed that an employee has tested presumptively positive for the coronavirus (COVID-19). The employee last worked on April 3, 2020. There has been no close contacts with this individual because they had already been out of work prior to experiencing symptoms.

In the past week, we were glad to see several employees back at work after recovering from, or being exposed to, COVID-19. We are thankful that they are doing well, and welcome them back!

We would like to make everyone aware of some new guidance from the CDC. One of the changes is related to what we have been referring to as “close contact individuals.” Those are the individuals that the safety team determines may have been in close contact with someone that has been identified as having COVID-19. Any individuals found to be in close contact will be monitored for 14 days and remain at work as long as they are asymptomatic, but must continue to use the required PPE and face coverings at all times.

New Case Protocol:

  1. HR and Safety conducts contact tracing
  2.  Once all information is verified in accordance with CDC guidelines, any individuals who were found to be in close contact with the infected individual are notified
  3. Once that process is complete, we can communicate the information to the entire workforce and our partners

Please note that the investigation and verification times can vary based on several factors, and we appreciate everyone’s attention, patience and commitment during a difficult time.

Please see our latest updates here: www.NASSCO.com. NASSCO employees can text “NASSCO” to 877-789-8398 for updates via SMS.

April 21, 2020 - COVID-19 Update for Employees

COVID-19 Update for Employees - PDF

PUBLISHED: April 21, 2020

COVID-19 Update for Employees

NASSCO has been informed that two employees have tested presumptively positive for the coronavirus (COVID-19). The first employee last worked on April 17, 2020, and after careful contact tracing we have determined that there were no close contacts with this individual at our facilities, as determined by CDC guidelines.

The second employee’s last day worked was also on April 17, 2020, in SOC 5. Individuals that were found to be in close contact with that employee have been notified. Per the updated CDC guidance, those close contact individuals that are asymptomatic will remain at work and be monitored daily.

All associated work areas have been thoroughly cleaned and sanitized. The recent cases have demonstrated the importance of wearing our face coverings at all times, and distancing ourselves whenever possible. By following these protocols, we will continue to minimize the spread of the virus. We are thankful for the dedication the employees and visitors have demonstrated during this time, and we ask that everyone continue to uphold that commitment.

Please see our latest updates here: www.NASSCO.com. NASSCO employees can text “NASSCO” to 877-789-8398 for updates via SMS.

April 13, 2020 - Zoom Rollout

Zoom Rollout - PDF

PUBLISHED: April 13, 2020

Zoom Rollout

In our continued pursuit of improvement as a company, we will begin using Zoom for Government (ZoomGov) for teleconferencing and chat. This will allow the company to improve collaboration and efficiency across all departments.

We will be using a specialized, licensed version, of Zoom that will provide increased security and features. The IT Department will be installing the Zoom Client and a Zoom Outlook Add-In on all NASSCO Windows devices over the weekend. Accounts will be created for each employee and you will receive an account activation email in the upcoming weeks (soon).

We ask that you do not attempt to create any Zoom accounts on your own or use the Zoom features (Zoom Desktop Client or Zoom Outlook Add-In) until you have received an activation email. We will make another company wide announcement when these emails are sent out.

Some of the highlighted features will include:

  • Group Collaboration
    • Messaging and Chat
      • Departments/Teams/Groups can create chat sessions to provide real time communication for members on multiple devices
    • Multi-Platform (Windows, Mac, Apple iOS and Android)
  • Video Conferencing (with the use of a camera/microphone)
    • HD Video/Voice
    • Screen Sharing
    • Full Screen and Gallery View
  • Hosting meetings with up to 100 people
    • Unlimited meeting time for 1 to 1 meetings
    • 40 minute time limit for groups of 3 or more
  • Mass Communication
    • Able to receive real time company notifications to any device that has Zoom installed
April 13, 2020 - COVID-19 Update for Employees

COVID-19 Update for Employees - PDF

PUBLISHED: April 13, 2020

COVID-19 Update for Employees

NASSCO has been informed that an employee has tested presumptively positive for the coronavirus (COVID-19). This employee last worked on March 30, 2020, and therefore we have determined that there were no close contacts with this individual at our facilities as determined by CDC guidelines.

We recently began new screening measures. This includes non-invasive temperature checks using no-touch infrared thermometers, and a COVID-19 information tent located at Gate 6. Today’s new efforts seemed to be well received, and we greatly appreciate everyone’s cooperation.

Maintaining social distance and the proper use of cloth face coverings are some of the most effective ways of minimizing the spread of the virus. Remember that the guidance on distancing also applies during breaks, and while using golf carts.

Please see our latest updates here: www.NASSCO.com. NASSCO employees can text “NASSCO” to 877-789-8398 for updates via SMS.

April 9, 2020 - Enhanced Screening and Wellness Tent

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PUBLISHED: April 9, 2020

Enhanced Screening and Wellness Tent at NASSCO

In our continued efforts to ensure the safety and well-being of our employees and partners, we will be implementing some additional resources and screening measures. We ask for your continued cooperation and assistance to minimize the spread of COVID-19.

Starting Monday, April 13, 2020:

  • An informational COVID-19 station will be available outside the main entrance at Gate 6. The purpose of this station will be to provide individuals with screening information concerning COVID-19 and to make temperature checks available for anyone seeking a quick assessment using a no-touch infrared thermometer.
  • Security and Safety will also conduct random, non-invasive temperature checks using no-touch infrared thermometers at various entrances and throughout the facilities.

Studies have found that individuals may not always know they have a fever, which the CDC defines as any temperature over 100.4° F [38° C].

Thank you for keeping our NASSCO team safe as we continue operations. If you have any symptoms of COVID-19, including shortness of breath, persistent coughing or fever, stay home and call your health care provider for further medical information. Please notify your supervisor and contact NASSCO Human Resources at 619-544-8585 or HRCV19@Nassco.com.

See our latest updates here: www.NASSCO.com. NASSCO employees can text “NASSCO” to 877-789-8398 for updates via SMS.

April 7, 2020 - Cloth Face Covering Guidance

Cloth Face Covering Guidance - PDF

PUBLISHED: April 7, 2020

Cloth Face Covering Guidance

NASSCO strongly recommends that all NASSCO employees, and any individuals entering a NASSCO facility, wear cloth face coverings at all times. Effective immediately, to the extent practical, all NASSCO employees and any individuals entering a NASSCO facility will wear cloth face coverings when they cannot maintain six feet of physical distance. This includes wearing a cloth face covering when engaging in activities in the yard or office environment such as meetings, breaks or when traveling in a golf cart. This requirement supports the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, California Department of Public Health and San Diego County Health Department recommendations for everyone to wear cloth face coverings in public to help minimize the spread of COVID-19.

WHAT IS A CLOTH FACE COVERING? A cloth face covering is a material that covers the nose and mouth secured to the head with ties or straps or simply wrapped around the lower face. It can be made of a variety of materials, such has cotton, silk, or linen. When possible, use multilayered fabric for extra protection. A cloth face covering may be factory-made or sewn by hand or can be improvised from household items such as scarfs or bandanas.

Masks or neck gaiters issued at the tool room meet the definition of a cloth face covering. Employees may also bring their own cloth face coverings for personal use at work.

The same rules apply to cloth face coverings as with other PPE, please do not share or use another person’s cloth face covering.

CARING FOR YOUR CLOTH FACE COVERING 1) Wash daily 2) Check for damage before each use 3) Store in clean container such as zip lock bag 4) Discard when ties or straps have stretched out or damaged, or fabric has tears or holes

PREVENTING ILLNESS The use of cloth face coverings does not eliminate the need to maintain physical distance and hand washing. Our best defense against COVID-19 is to wash our hands frequently, avoid touching our eyes, nose and mouth with unwashed hands, cover coughs and sneezes, and maintain physical distance.

April 7, 2020 - COVID-19 Update for Employees

COVID-19 Update for Employees - PDF

PUBLISHED: April 7, 2020

COVID-19 Update for Employees

NASSCO has been informed that an employee has tested presumptively positive for the coronavirus (COVID-19). This employee last worked on March 27, 2020, at Tidelands 2 – Shop Floor, and was at home for several days prior to any related symptoms beginning. Therefore, the Safety team determined there were no close contacts with this individual at our facilities as determined by CDC guidelines.

Daily routines here at NASSCO have changed for us all. We need to stay vigilant and ensure that all employees are following the guidance on social distancing and hand washing hygiene. Though we have increased facility cleaning and sanitizing measures, the most helpful thing you can do is wash your hands regularly, wear your PPE and face coverings, and maintain your physical distancing.

As a reminder, if you have any of the symptoms of the coronavirus including shortness of breath, persistent coughing or fever, please stay home and call your health care provider for further medical information. Please notify your supervisor and contact NASSCO Human Resources at 619-544-8585 or HRCV19@Nassco.com. If you are at work and start to experience these symptoms, please notify your supervisor, leave work immediately and call the number above for further guidance.

Please see our latest updates here: www.NASSCO.com. NASSCO employees can text “NASSCO” to 877-789-8398 for updates via SMS.

April 4, 2020 - Frequently Asked Questions Coronavirus COVID-19 Virus
April 3, 2020 - COVID-19 Update for Employees

COVID-19 Update for Employees - PDF

PUBLISHED: April 3, 2020

COVID-19 Update for Employees

NASSCO has been informed that an employee has tested presumptively positive for the coronavirus (COVID-19). This employee last worked on April 1, 2020, at Tidelands 2 rigger’s loft, and in building 51 1st floor A-lane side. The individuals identified as having close contact with this employee have been personally notified, and they are at home for a self-monitoring period.

As a reminder, if you have any of the symptoms of the coronavirus including shortness of breath, persistent coughing or fever, please stay home and call your health care provider for further medical information. We ask that you also contact NASSCO Human Resources at 619-544-8585 or HRCV19@Nassco.com. If you are at work and start to experience these symptoms, please notify your supervisor, leave work immediately and call the number above for further guidance.

This is a troubling and uncertain time for everyone. Thank you for doing what you can to help stop the spread of this virus.

Please see our latest updates here: www.NASSCO.com. NASSCO employees can text “NASSCO” to 877-789-8398 for updates via SMS.

April 3, 2020 - COVID-19 Update for Employees - Suspension of NASSCO Vanpool

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PUBLISHED: April 3, 2020

COVID-19 Update for Employees - Suspension of NASSCO Vanpool

In accordance with CDC guidelines related to social distancing to help prevent the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19), the following communication addresses NASSCO’s suspension of the vanpool program for drivers and participants.

The vanpool program will be suspended effective Monday April 6, 2020. NASSCO will reinstate the program as soon as it is safe to do so.

The NASSCO payroll department will cease making automatic payroll deductions for vanpool participants next week to coincide with the suspension of service.

NASSCO issued gas cards, for vanpool drivers, will be temporarily deactivated during the vanpool program suspension. Vanpool drivers should retain the gas cards for use once vanpool service is resumed.

All participants will need to seek alternate methods of commuting to work.

NASSCO requests that vanpool drivers please relay this suspension information to your vanpool occupants in the event they do not receive this memo directly. Additionally, vanpool drivers should coordinate directly with the rental car agency providing their van in order to comply with all turn-in requirements. This may include a photograph of the odometer and parking location of the van.

If you have any questions regarding this communication, you may contact NASSCO’s Vanpool Coordinator, Yuriana Rodriguez (619) 744-1412.

Subcontractors should report to their company’s coordinator for further instructions.

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Information & Updates February/March 2020