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Coronavirus shutdown: Overcoming scepticism towards virtual code panels

The need to continue work throughout the coronavirus shutdown is helping the industry to overcome any remaining scepticism towards virtual code panels. In line with the government’s advice, Gemserv told its staff on Monday to start working from home and began holding panel meetings remotely.

Miriam Atkin, Director of Major Accounts, spoke to UtilityWeek about the current situation, saying “It hasn’t slowed anything down” and she believes this will “change peoples acceptance of running meetings remotely”.

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Following the most recent government guidance, we are asking all but essential staff to work remotely. Consequently, for the time being, we will no longer be hosting meetings at our London and Dublin offices, though we will continue to provide our services as normal.

Visit our Coronavirus Information Page for full details of the procedures we are adhering to and who to contact if you have any questions