UAW responds to coronavirus concerns at Metro Detroit FCA plants – WDIV ClickOnDetroit

DETROIT– Several workers at the Fiat Chrysler Automobiles Sterling Heights plant are voicing issue about the coronavirus. Numerous employees at the plant declined to work Saturday due to security concerns.
An employee at the Sterling Heights plant was checked. Yesterday, the FCA reported the individuals work area was being decontaminated.
Then simply recently coronavirus issues hit a Fiat Chrysler plant in Detroit interrupting the line at the Jefferson North Assembly Plant a week after the business increase to complete production.
Employees at the Detroit plant refused to return Friday over concerns they might have been exposed to the coronavirus. FCA reported there were no confirmed cases at the Detroit plant.
In reaction to concerns from FCA staff members the UAW launched the following declaration:
” The UAWs priority is the security of our members and their households and communities. Under the procedures that we exercised when there are concerns, the UAW and our members work with FCA to resolve those concerns. In this case it was deep resolving and cleaning the area safety precautions,” stated Brian Rothenberg, UAW Senior Communications Advisor.
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