How Tesla Plans To Protect Fremont Factory Workers – Photos

The information below is part of what Tesla shared with the Fremont factory’ county officials, on how Tesla plans to protect workers if the factory is allowed to resume production.

PDF Link to well detailed plans.

Yesterday, Tesla CEO Elon Musk shared his opinions on twitter towards the county officials of Fremont factory, and plans to move Tesla Headquarter out of California because they refused to let his factory resume production.

Tesla is the last major carmaker remaining in California, and the largest manufacturing employer in the State with more than 10,000 employees at our Fremont factory and 20,000 statewide. We understand the impacts COVID-19 has caused and have a responsibility to look out for the livelihoods and safety of our personnel, many of whom rely on us and have been out of work for weeks due to the impacts of shelter-in-place orders.

  1. Detailed health and safety restart plan with checklist and photos.
  2. Employee health and safety guidelines
  3. Risk assessment process, including what we’ve done through the factory
  4. Risk assessment improvements, including how we’ve identified and addressed high/medium/low risks
  5. Temperature screening protocol plus a commitment to add temperature screening when we resume long-distance shuttle routes
  6. Revised Fremont production restart plan
  7. Factory layout with square footage to illustrate on how people are spread out across our 6 million square foot facility
  8. Break room capacities (reduced for social distancing) and numbers of people in each room based on work area

For more, visit Tesla.

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