We have been carefully monitoring the COVID-19 situation, and continue to follow the latest guidance from the World Health Organization, country specific government health departments, as well as liaising with our WSP colleagues worldwide.
In upholding our social responsibilities, we are committed to helping reduce the spread of COVID-19 through physical and social distancing in the regions in which we operate. Around the world, our teams have implemented flexible and remote work arrangements that enable WSP to remain fully operational across the world. A business continuity management system is in place to reduce the impacts of the pandemic on our work and our clients. With collaboration at the heart of everything we do, our teams continue to support all our clients and their projects through modified working practices that include online collaborative technologies and meeting solutions.
While there is much uncertainty about the pandemic, WSP remains focused on providing our clients with the highest level of service and response to emerging needs and priorities.
Together, there is an important role to play for the personal health of our employees, our clients and for society at large. What we can do now, in addition to helping to reduce the spread of infection to vulnerable groups, is to make sure we continue to leverage our strengths as a global organization.
For further information amid this difficult time, please contact Isabelle Adjahi, Senior Vice President, Investor Relations and Communications.