Dear Valued Customers.
In January 2022, Reed Exhibitions released the third edition of Reed's Global Health and Safety Strategy in the Context of the New Crown Epidemic: Exhibition Events in the New Normal. This revised edition keeps pace with changes in the evolving epidemic, the latest research findings, thinking, and practices as the industry gradually adapts and relaunches its business.
The health and safety of Reed's exhibitors, visitors, employees, and partners are our number one priority. Reed's Global Safety Show Strategy and Five Point Enhanced Health and Safety Plan will continue to be updated but retain its focus on collaboration and engagement, risk management, planning, communications, and safeguards.
China is now one of the countries in the world that has resumed hosting exhibitions. Reed Exhibitions will continue to work closely with government epidemic prevention and public safety departments, venues, and partners to organize safe and compliant exhibitions in an orderly manner, following China's epidemic prevention and control situation and policies. We will strictly implement the epidemic prevention policy and deploy epidemic prevention measures in a detailed and thorough manner, including but not limited to:
a) Regular daily disinfection and proper ventilation of the venue
b) Exhibitors and visitors will be required to register by name in order to be tracked and contacted as needed
c) Health code check upon entry in accordance with the exhibition city's epidemic prevention regulations
d) Non-contact temperature check at the exhibition's entrance
e) Mask inspection at the show entrance and throughout the exhibition hall
f) Disinfectants and spare masks are available at the show's registration counters and functional areas.
g) Control the flow of visitors in the exhibition hall.
h) Communication to remind exhibitors and visitors to maintain a social distance and avoid physical contact.
i) Inform exhibitors and visitors about good hygiene (washing hands, sneezing with tissues, properly wearing masks, etc.) through communication.
j) Deny the following people from attending the show:
- People who have spread or are infected with Newcastle Pneumonia
- People from high-risk countries or regions
- People with symptoms of Newcastle pneumonia
- People who are vulnerable to NCC pneumonia
For more up-to-date information on the New Coronation outbreak, prevention policies, and strategies, please refer to the following.
On behalf of Reed Exhibitions, I would like to invite you to return to NEPCON Asia, to be held at the Shenzhen World Exhibition & Convention Center (Baoan New Hall) from October 11-13，2023, and I look forward to seeing your familiar faces again at the event!
Finally, I urge you to remain patient and safe during the show; respect the rights of others to their own safety and well-being; and understand and cooperate with the anti-epidemic measures on-site. I wish you all a great time exhibiting at and visiting NEPCON Asia and great success!
Senior Project Director