Please note: this page will be updated regularly as we receive new information. Last updated: 11 August 2021.
Following the government’s confirmation of moving to Step 4 on their roadmap, we have amended and updated the advice we are giving to our exhibitors. This guidance should help you operate safely while reducing the risk of spreading COVID‐19 and it is designed to give you some practical considerations on how to apply this in your trade stand. As organisers, we continue to take numerous steps to ensure the overall show has the necessary measures in place to manage the risk of transmission.
The first step is to carry out a COVID‐19 risk assessment which will identify the hazards, their risk and the control measures that you will need to minimise the risk and successfully exhibit.
We have produced a useful risk assessment template which can be found by the following link – COVID‐19 RISK ASSESSMENT TEMPLATE
There is also a risk assessment template produced by the HSE and this can be found here
Once completed you will need to submit this risk assessment so that we can check this in line with all of the measures we, as organisers, are putting into place. These should be sent to: firstname.lastname@example.org
An additional source of good current advice can be found here – Working safely during coronavirus (COVID‐19): guidance from Step 4 ‐ Guidance
This guidance is correct at the time of writing, however, given the constant research and new guidance please note that these are liable to be updated quickly and on an ad‐hoc basis.
Please ensure you stay up to date with the latest messaging and guidance from the government.