Coronavirus Information Center

  • Safety Measures

    Learn about our site-wide safety and health precautions

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  • Face Shield Donation to Hospitals

    BIW uses 3-D printing to create face shields

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  • Benefits During COVID-19

    Stay up to date with the latest benefit updates

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COVID-19 Vaccine

Learn about the COVID-19 vaccine at BIW by clicking the button below.

Information on Vaccinations

Coronavirus Case Map

View COVID-19 case details at the Bath Iron Works shipyard by clicking the button below.

BIW Coronavirus Case Map

Important Contact Information 

Contact Contact
BIW Coronavirus Hotline
Call for coronavirus-related questions


Nurse Triage Line
Call if you’re experiencing symptoms


Call-In Center
Call if you need to call out of work

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Medical Documentation Email
Submit documentation of doctor’s orders or test results to the BIW Medical Dept.

Occupational Health Monitoring Program (OHMP)
Employees exposed to COVID-19 may qualify for this program in lieu of quarantining at home. Click here to learn more.


“Without a doubt, shipbuilding and maintenance are the backbone of our Navy. And each and every one of you has played an important role to help us adapt, change, and re-think how to keep readiness levels high during COVID.”

– Admiral Michael Gilday, Chief of Naval Operations, on November 18, 2020

Click here to read CNO Admiral Michael Gilday’s Memorandum for America’s Shipbuilders, Maintainers and Suppliers.

Bath Iron Works is classified as a critical infrastructure industry and continues working to meet the needs of our Navy customer. The ‘President’s Coronavirus Guidelines for America’ say that the defense industrial base has “a special responsibility to maintain your normal work schedule.” To learn more about this, read the letter from Assistant Secretary of the Navy James F. Geurts to BIW President Dirk Lesko.

Bath Iron Works recognizes this can be a difficult and uncertain time for our employees and their families. We are working to help our shipbuilders best manage the situation for themselves and their loved ones by communicating openly, accurately and frequently.

If you have symptoms of COVID-19 infection – persistent cough, fever, shortness of breath – do not come to work. If you are already at work, please notify your supervisor. The success we have navigating this turbulent period depends on each one of us personally taking the responsible steps needed to stop the spread of the COVID-19 virus.

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