Covid-19 Health and Safety Guidelines
Informa and The Buildings Show care strongly about our network of exhibitors, colleagues and industry communities. It is our top priority to ensure our events will be organized in accordance with official government and local authority guidelines, as well as any venue or location specific regulations. The Buildings Show aims to deliver the highest levels of hygiene and safety at our events providing our community reassurance and confidence that they are participating in a safe and controlled environment.
We will be working with official government and local authority guidance, venue and location-specific regulations, and Informa’s AllSecure Standards to deliver The Buildings Show.
There are a few items to keep in mind for TBS:
- We are following all the restrictions and requirements in accordance with the government guidelines (due to this they are subject to change). At this time we require all patrons, including exhibitors to be double vaccinated.
- Exhibitors must sign off on the Covid-19 Health & Safety Declaration by Oct 31, 2021.
- All exhibitors, speakers, attendees and staff will be required to wear a face mask that covers their nose and mouth at all times while at the event
- Maintain physical distancing when attendees are within your exhibit space at 6’ from another individual at all times.
- Your exhibit staff should constantly sanitize high-touch areas within your booth space using one of the government approved products
- Create full separation from your neighbouring booth by installing a full height 8’ drape or wall on each side of your exhibit space
We will be continuously updating our Health and Safety guidelines and protocol HERE.
Should you have any questions at all, please do not hesitate to reach out to our Operations Coordinator, Tarah Silva at firstname.lastname@example.org
We will release a more in-depth plan within 3 weeks of the event. This was written with federal, provincial and local health directives in mind and is current as of Sept 1, 2021. We continue to monitor any changes in the regulations and this will be amended to ensure continued compliance of said regulations.
Health, Safety & Security
All exhibitors over 400 square feet and/or performing construction in their booth are required to submit to show management the completed Form 1000 (Registration of Constructors and Employers Engaged in Construction). The form is to be completed by the employer who is constructing or building the booth. If you are using your own staff to build the booth, then you would complete the form with your own company information. If you are using an EAC, then your contractor must complete the form. The Form 1000 must be completed by November 1, 2021 and sent to email@example.com.
You must comply with all health and safety regulations set out in the Exhibitor Health & Safety Document as agreed upon when signing your exhibitor contract.
All other construction activity requiring the use of personal protective equipment such as safety glasses, gloves, fall protection, etc. will also be enforced.
All persons active in onsite activities should be properly trained in and aware of the appropriate safety responsibilities pertinent to the tasks they are performing.
- All participants must comply with the legislation contained in the Occupational Health & Safety Act, governed by the Province of Ontario.
- All equipment must be inspected and in proper working condition.
- All persons involved in the move-in and move-out process are required to wear proper protective footwear as per the Occupations Health & Safety Act. Additionally if you are performing construction in your booth you are required to wear hard hats and hi-visibility vests.
- As an employer, it is your responsibility to ensure any staff/third party contractors comply with the legislation as well as the Exhibitor Health & Safety Regulations as agreed upon in your contract.
- Please note, no persons under 16 years of age are allowed on the show floor during move-in/move-out.
NOTE: Please refer to the MTCC's Notice to Exhibitors for additional booth regulations that must be adhered to.