CORPUS CHRISTI -
Things are returning to normal for the Corpus Christi Army Depot. Today, all employees will return to work after the impact of Hurricane Harvey has kept the facility shut down.
Employees who reside in an area that is still under mandatory evacuation, will be given liberal leave procedures based on the situation. For other employees who continue to need time off to deal with storm-related issues, normal leave approval procedures will apply. Employees should contact their supervisor within 2 hours of their normal duty time for leave approval.
CCAD Commander, Colonel Allan H. Lanceta said, "As our workforce returns to work, our first consideration is the safety and well being of our Depot employees and their families. The advance team has been working hard the past few days to make sure areas of the Depot are ready for occupancy and production."
For personnel needing assistance, emergency relief agencies are available to assist with grants and loans to cover some of the expenses not covered by insurance. To register for FEMA Disaster Assistance, call 1-800-621-FEMA (3362) or visit www.disasterassistance.gov.
Employees should contact their immediate supervisor if they have any questions.