Health & Safety

HEALTH AND SAFETY GUIDELINES AT WWIN ORLANDO SHOWCASE

We’re excited to welcome you to the February 2020 WWIN Orlando Showcase. As you prepare to visit, please know that we’ve made some updates to follow the guidelines issued by the CDC, state and local officials. Ensuring the safety of all exhibitors, attendees and staff at our events is our top priority and we’ve developed a full health and safety plan. Additionally, we are working with our co-located events, travel partners, venues, hotels and the Orange County Convention Center to protect your health and provide you with a safe and productive environment for you to conduct business.
 
We are taking extra precautions beyond those mandated by government and local authorities, including daily temperature checks and face masks required of all persons entering the building, without exception.


The WWIN team has put together some important tips for both exhibitors and attendees to help you prepare for the show.

KNOW BEFORE YOU GO

BEFORE YOU ARRIVE
  • Have you completed a self-assessment and are you symptom free? If you feel sick, please stay home. You can refer to the cdc.gov website for any questions on COVID-related symptoms.
  • Upon registering to receive a badge to attend the WWIN Orlando Showcase, you will be asked to acknowledge and accept our Terms and Conditions. Please read thoroughly to be sure you understand our show policies.
  • Advance registration is strongly encouraged. Have your digital or print confirmation ready when you arrive – the more prepared you are, the faster and safer entry will be.
  • Please make sure you have a face mask; this is required at all times.
  • Before the doors open, we will conduct inspections to ensure the venue is safe, clean and ready for business.
  • We will be requiring all guests and staff to produce a negative COVID test in order to enter show. Guests can either opt to take a free COVID-19 rapid test on-site OR pre-test prior to arrival at our event. If testing on-site, schedule appointment before arrving. More information here.
 
ARRIVING AT WWIN
  • We are taking additional measures on show site to ensure your health and safety at the WWIN Orlando Showcase. Please allow extra time when arriving at the Orange County Convention Center and making appointments with your vendors.
  • Daily temperature screenings will be conducted upon entry to the exhibit floor for EVERYONE.
  • No hugs or handshakes this year. All exhibit and attendees will be encouraged to maintain distances while networking and abstain from handshaking and physical contact.
  • If any queuing is anticipated, social distancing will be maintained through the use of floor markings and relevant signage.
  • Transparent barriers will be placed on the registration counters for enhanced safety and our staff will regularly clean all equipment.
  • On-site testing will be available at The Orange County Convention Center, West Concourse Hall D2, for attendees and exhibitors who did not pre-test before arriving. This is beginning Sunday, February 7—Appointments are strongly encouraged for the most expedited experience.
  • If you did a pre-test, you will be required to show proof of the test from February 5th or later, and you will need to recieve a wristband to enter the show.
 
INSIDE THE SHOW
  • Face masks will need to be worn inside the show at all times. Please make sure you have a face mask with you.
  • Follow all recommended Health & Safety measures, including stay 6 feet away from one another; wash your hands often; cover your cough or sneeze.
  • We’ve designed the show to allow for social distancing including spread out exhibits and increased aisle widths.
  • There will be no aisle carpet at the show to allow for enhanced cleaning and sanitation.
  • Specific health and safety signage will be prominently displayed to remind attendees and exhibitors so that we can reduce risk together.
  • Seating areas will be properly distanced and transparent shields will be placed at all concession stands.
  • Waste management will be enhanced in all areas taking particular care of mask and PPE collection and disposal.
  • Enhanced, deep cleaning before, during and after our events, working with venue partners to ensure the highest standards of hygiene and cleanliness. This includes continuous sanitization throughout the course of an event, with a focus on high-touch areas such as door handles, restrooms and food and beverage areas.
  • If you feel sick unexpectedly at the show, medical personnel will be onsite and available to help individuals who are feeling unwell.

REACH OUT TO US ANYTIME

If you have any questions about our health and safety measures or how you can best prepare, please contact us.