OUR COMMITMENT TO SAFETY

LeadsCon is committed to creating exceptional experiences that ignite connection and commerce, especially through our in-person events this fall. The health and safety of our event attendees, exhibitors, and sponsors is of the utmost concern and priority of LeadsCon. In an effort to maintain the health and well-being of all participants at our events, LeadsCon has implemented new event standard operating practices and procedures.

The LeadsCon team will continue to monitor the situation.  Any changes to the safety protocol will be communicated here. Check back for updates and new information.  

Event Safety

MGM Grand

The MGM Resorts team has worked with medical experts to develop a plan that allows us to welcome you. Our “Seven-Point Safety Plan,” puts your health and safety at the center of all we do. It is a comprehensive, multi-layered approach with guidance from public health experts. Read more.

Freeman’s Commitment to Safety

At Freeman, the health and safety of our teams, our customers, and the wider community in which we work is our highest priority. Freeman has moved forward in implementing the health and hygiene protocols designed to keep our people, and our customers, safe. We will utilize best practices as recommended by the global and local public health authorities including the World Health Organization (WHO) and the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) in order to ensure that our protocols have been vetted by experts and are supported by sound scientific research. Download the required practices for all Freeman employees.

Global Biorisk Advisory Council Trained Technician

LeadsCon will have a Global Biorisk Advisory Council (GBAC) Trained Technician onsite to ensure that exhibitors, event professionals, and attendees can return safely and effectively to the face-to-face business of meetings amid the challenges presented by COVID-19, as well as other infectious diseases.

Global Biorisk Advisory Council (GBAC) is a division of ISSA, the worldwide cleaning industry association.

International Travel Alert

The Center for Disease Control has issued a requirement for proof of negative COVID-19 test or recovery from COVID-19 for all air passengers arriving in the United States starting January 26, 2021. Read Full Order

 

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