Ofcom Guidance on Protecting access to Emergency Services

Posted on 15/10/2018

Following a consultation in May this year on protecting access to emergency organisations when there is a power cut at the customer’s premises, Ofcom has now published its guidance to support correct application of GCA3.2(b), which states...

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