TÜV Rheinland Greater China Status Update in Response to Coronavirus Outbreak

As of 6 March, 2020


  • No staff infected or suspected in TÜV Rheinland Greater China.
  • Our laboratories in Greater China have resumed business from this week with over 98% of operation capacity.
  • 27 offices in Greater China Region have opened.
  • Except Hubei province and certain designated area, the inspection activities within province and cross provinces are resumed. All travel activities followed the TÜV Rheinalnd HSE policy.

Economic effect caused by coronavirus

TÜV Rheinland Greater China launched the in-depth survey on the impact of the novel coronavirus to our clients last week. As of March 5, over 300 clients completed the survey and over 86% of respondents resume business or business as usual in February. Through this survey, we expect to find the effective measures to help the business in respond to the epidemic.

Full recovery may come in March and economy will recover gradually since Q2, healthcare and medical, e-Commerce, online education will keep up momentum; public service and infrastructure will see beyond average growth with government capital investment.

Business continuity from external threat

Coronavirus outbreak alerts the business on the importance to display resilience, assuring customers and stakeholders of a continuous operation during disruption. On March 17, TÜV Rheinland Greater China will launch the online seminar on ISO 22301 Business Continuity Management. It helps business to better prepare in the face of significant disruptions from external threats.

Leverage technological strength support healthy online study and work experience

Students and working adults are greatly affected by Coronavirus outbreak. The time spent on online classroom, online seminars and online meetings are much longer than before. TÜV Rheinland, as the leader in testing and certification of display products, is committed to providing professional guidance and advice to consumers on eye protection. Our Low Blue Light, Flicker Free, Eye Comfort, Full Care Display certification can serve a reference for consumers to choose high quality display products.

From a cybersecurity and data privacy standpoint, work remotely increase the opportunity for hackers and wrongdoers to gain access to company resources. TÜV Rheinland launched the online training on information security related topics include, GDPR, TISAX, penetration testing, etc. Through the training, we expect to help the business to start of a strong cybersecurity strategy that works for all.

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Previous News

TÜV Rheinland Greater China Previous Status in Response to Coronavirus Outbreak

As of 28 February, 2020

No staff infected or suspected in TÜV Rheinland Greater China

As of 20 February, 2020

No staff infected or suspected in TÜV Rheinland Greater China

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