ISLA Working Arrangements
The Coronavirus (COVID-19) is a rapidly developing situation that affects all of us. ISLA’s highest priority is the wellbeing and safety of our members, staff and other industry stakeholders. In line with the most recent government recommendations and guidelines, we have made a number of changes to the way in which we are organised and operate on a day to day basis. These changes will allow ISLA to continue to deliver around its core competencies, but also afford the necessary additional safety to its members and staff during this exceptional period. Given how rapidly the outbreak is evolving, we expect and are prepared to iterate on our approach as required.
We remain committed to supporting our members through this difficult period, and look to continue business as normal wherever possible. Within ISLA, we have implemented full remote working as part of these emergency measures. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact individual members of the ISLA team, or use the relevant details on our contact page.
ISLA Events, External Meetings & Working Groups
All of our events, including our main conferences and regional briefings that were either scheduled or planned for this year, have now either been postponed or suspended until the course of COVID-19 is clearer. You can keep up to date on the status of all of our events via our events section.
Where possible, events that have been postponed or cancelled will be rescheduled for either later this year or moved to 2021.
We are actively looking at alternative ways to connect with our broader membership and industry stakeholders, in the form of additional virtual events and other digital platforms.
With immediate effect and until further notice, we have moved all meetings of committees and working groups to telephone conference calls.
Full details of all up and coming working groups and open meetings may be found on our events section.
Our thoughts go out to everyone who is affected by this unprecedented event; we will do everything in our power to support the industry throughout this difficult period.
Andrew Dyson, CEO