IEMA is fully committed to ensuring that, during the ongoing development of the COVID-19 pandemic, we take coordinated action to ensure alignment of our operations with government advice, with a view to ensuring the ongoing health, wellbeing and safety of our members, partners, staff and the general public. In line with this, we have introduced a company-wide remote working policy from Tuesday 17th March and have postponed all our regional and face-to-face activities until further notice.
During these challenging times, IEMA’s primary focus remains on supporting our staff and our members to ensure we are able to provide all of the key resources and guidance needed to adapt to new working conditions and continue the important work environmental sustainability professionals are carrying out in response to the climate and environmental emergency.
We fully understand the concerns, fears and uncertainty that is affecting everyone at this time, and will continue to work with our members to ensure that the support, digital content and digital engagement opportunities we are providing will help our members during this health emergency.
We would like to reassure you that our full team is still available to help you with any queries or questions that you may have, and our membership services have not been affected.
Posted on 24th March 2020
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