Keeping You Safe: CAMX’s Health and Safety Measures
CAMX is excited to welcome attendees, exhibitors, and vendors back to the industry’s biggest in-person conference of 2021. Everyone’s health and safety remains our top priority. As such, CAMX’s safety protocols will follow all local and federal guidelines and recommendations. This information will continue to be updated as the Expo approaches. We are taking great measures to ensure that your participation in CAMX is safe so you can focus on business and reconnecting with your peers.
Complimenting the safety rules and regulations of the Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center Dallas (KBHCC) and the city of Dallas, CAMX will implement the following measures:
Prior to Your Arrival
- All attendees are strongly encouraged to register online prior to arriving at the event.
- Online registration will remain open throughout the event.
- CAMX badges will be emailed directly to you in a printable format, in October. Be sure to bring the printed badge with you and pick up your lanyard on site, along with your CAMX branded bag.
- Touchless onsite registration options available.
- Designated exhibit hall entrances and exits.
- Contactless badge scanning for entry to conference sessions.
- Use the CAMX Event app, available October 8, to find exhibitors, view the session schedule, and get the latest event information.
- Hand sanitizer stations placed throughout the convention center.
- Added health and safety signage.
- Masks are strongly advised especially for all unvaccinated attendees, exhibitors, staff, and service providers.
- Added health and safety signage.
General best practices
- This one is tough: avoid handshakes and embraces as greetings. Instead, bump elbows, tip your hat, air-five, take a bow, wave, or just say “Hello!”
- Wash your hands often. Especially when you’ve been in high-touch areas like on escalators, in elevators or seating areas.
- Avoid touching the eyes, nose, and mouth.
The city of Dallas and the Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center Dallas (KBHCCD) have gone to great measures to ensure a SAFE experience while in their city. Late last year, the convention center achieved the Global Biorisk Advisory Council® (GBAC) STAR™ accreditation. GBAC's STAR™ Facility Program, created by the International Sanitary Supply Association (ISSA), has specific criteria that consider cleaning, disinfecting, and infectious disease prevention plans when approving accreditations. The accreditation means that the KBHCCD implemented a plan, and continues to do so, to control risks associated with infectious agents such as COVID-19, SARS-CoV-2, Influenza, MRSA, and TB.
Additional measures for both the facility and food & beverage outlets that have been put in place include:
Cleaning and Air Filtration
- A MERV 13 filtration system is used in all air handlers throughout the KBHCC.
- UV light air purification has been installed in all passenger elevators.
- UV light escalator handrails have been installed for all escalators in the convention center.
- Outside air intake has been increased in all meeting rooms, ballrooms, and exhibit halls to increase the air mixture while maintaining suitable temperatures within spaces.
- Frequent touch points such as escalator rails, door handles, and elevator buttons are disinfected with EPA or NEA registered disinfectants.
- Bathrooms, carpets, and equipment are cleaned regularly.
- Employees have received training in the proper procedures to utilize each piece of cleaning and disinfectant equipment, including electrostatic sprayers and power washers.
Food and Beverage Areas
- 3-Ply Surgical Masks & Gloves for all Staff
- New, targeted cleaning solutions
- Expanded sanitizer stations
- Increased cleaning schedule
- Elevated training for all team members
- Employee wellness screening upon arrival
- Contactless payment
- Point-of-sale barriers
- Wrapped silverware
- Pre-packaged Condiments
If you think there are any other measures that CAMX management ought to be considering, we encourage you to contact us at email@example.com with your thoughtful suggestions.