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Safety is a core value at Weyerhaeuser. We are focused on ensuring the health and safety of our employees, continuing to serve our customers, and doing our part to help prevent the spread of the virus. We want to thank our employees, customers and other partners for their flexibility and support in managing through this challenging time.


Current Actions

  • Our crisis management team is closely monitoring new developments and guidance from health authorities in the U.S. and Canada. This cross-functional team has a daily call to discuss updates and information, address employee questions and concerns, respond to customer and vendor requests, and determine any actions we need to take.
  • We’ve developed contingency plans that will allow us to continue serving customer needs as this situation evolves, and we’re staying in close contact with our customers, vendors and contractors.
  • In early March, we halted all domestic and international company air travel, canceled all large meetings, and advised our employees not to gather in groups.
  • All employees across our company whose jobs allow for telework are now working remotely.
  • We have provided each of our sites with detailed health and safety guidance so they can be prepared to manage through this evolving situation and maintain business continuity. This includes increasing the frequency and intensity of cleaning at all facilities, following vigilant hygiene protocols, practicing social distancing, staggering work schedules when possible, and following other best practices to limit the risk of exposure.
  • An increasing number of states are now issuing “Stay at Home” or “Shelter in Place” orders, which often include exceptions for industries that are considered critical for society to function in times of emergency. The U.S. Department of Homeland Security has issued guidance to state governors to help them determine which workers should be deemed essential during this crisis. Our operations have been exempted from these restrictions so that we can continue producing and distributing building materials and wood fiber that support critical infrastructure projects and other important products.
  • We are in constant communication with our employees about developments and new guidance, including providing a dedicated resource page on our intranet.
  • We’re directing our philanthropic giving committees to prioritize organizations that are best equipped to serve the needs of our communities during this crisis, and we’ve set aside additional funding for those committees to access if needed in the weeks ahead.
  • We have compiled a list of state resources for small businesses to help the contractors, suppliers and vendors with whom we partner to find the information they need to access government support.

As we navigate this uncertain and fast-changing crisis, we will continue to provide updates regarding our operations, and we are grateful for everyone’s resilience and partnership through this unprecedented situation.

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