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Safely returning to “Normality” - Helitech Expo

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Tatjana Obrazcova
Country: United Kingdom Aircraft: Helicopters

Simple question to all aviation professionals: do you miss industry events as it was hapenning in "before covid19" life?

Are you ready to see colleagues, partners and clients again in real life, ike they would step out of all screens?

What is especially important for you to take the decision to grab you places for next event?

As the world is slowly but surely returning to “normality”, the Helitech Expo will be running this year on the 5th & 6th October at the ExCeL London. Whilst we are excited to finally be opening doors again in-person, we appreciate that there are some reservations surrounding attending such busy events and mixing with other people after being in our own bubbles for so long. We wouldn’t be going ahead with this event if we didn’t feel it was safe, and we want to make sure that you feel safe attending Helitech and have the best experience possible.

Following government guidelines and advice from the team at the ExCeL, these are the measures currently in place to ensure the safety of everyone at the event:

  • Anyone wishing to enter Helitech or DroneX will have to provide either proof of double vaccination or a negative lateral flow test within 48 hours of attending - please note that there will be a limited number of lateral flow tests available at the venue, however these will be distributed on a first come first served basis
  • Testing and tracing is supported at the event and all exhibitors, visitors, staff etc onsite will be recorded
  • Visitors have been asked to pre-register for tickets to limit unnecessary contact with staff
  • Masks are no longer mandatory as per government guidelines, however they are advised

The ExCeL have also taken extra steps to increase the safety of their venue, including:

  • Risk assessment carried out to determine what measures will need to be put in place
  • Hand sanitiser present throughout the venue 
  • Track and trace for all visitors entering the ExCeL
  • The ExCeL cleaning team have been provided extra training as per new cleaning procedures in order to meet hygiene standards, and all touch points, seating and meeting areas will be regularly cleaned and maintained over the two days
  • Increased ventilation to improve the circulation in line with the latest Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers guidance

The safety of all our visitors, exhibitors, speakers, partners and staff attending the Helitech Expo is our utmost priority and we know that the safer you feel at the event, the more enjoyable the experience will be. We have been doing everything we can to ensure this event can safely go ahead this year, and we are so excited to welcome you to the Helitech Expo, in person, on the 5th & 6th October.

Government guidelines are continuously being reviewed and we will update our website with the measures in place accordingly. For more information about the show, including COVID-19 safety measures, visit the website at helitech.co.uk

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