In addition to more intensive cleanings, the employees will be required to wear face masks and, in some instances, face shields. Workers also will need to take health assessments and temperature checks, which will include thermal body scanners and handheld readers, when they arrive at work. The company also is rearranging workspaces to better enable social distancing.
Ford Chief Operating Officer Jim Farley said he “absolutely” would feel safe having his own family go to work at the company with the safety precautions it has put in place. “I think our playbook is benchmark,” Farley said. “I completely trust the process we’ve come up with.”Last modified on Sunday, 10 May 2020