Covid-19 Safety Plan
At the Sofitel Melbourne, they have implemented the ALLSAFE program where our event is sure to be equipped with the latest and most elevated health and safety protocols. To read more on this program, click here.
PCC2022 will take all reasonable steps to provide the safest possible environment for our delegates, partners, speakers, exhibitors, staff and contractors. We will be guided by the Government health and safety measures and will work closely with the venues and all suppliers to plan and implement a detailed COVID-19 Safety Plan.
All participants at the Conference must required to comply with any advised COVID-19 safety guidelines and protocols in place with the venues and the Conference, which will be aligned and compliant with all relevant Government health advice at that time.
By registering for this Conference, you are agreeing that you will be fully vaccinated (first and second doses) against COVID-19 at the time of the Conference. You will be required to show your Immunisation History Statement or Digital Certificate.
The health and safety of Conference attendees is our highest priority. The PCC2022 Organising Committee is mindful of the health risks posed by COVID-19 and the importance of following official government advice on social distancing, practicing good hygiene and staying at home when unwell.
By registering for this event, the PCC2022 Organising Committee and BKA Events Pty Ltd reserves the right to provide your contact details to Authorities for the purposes of contact tracing and any relevant Government requirements.
PRIOR TO ARRIVAL:
- You will be provided with information on when and where to access entrance to the venues to avoid congestion.
- You will be asked to ensure you have a printed copy of proof of your event registration or a digital copy on your phone or device to gain access to the venues.
- You will be required to have downloaded the Service Victoria Ensure your COVID-19 digital certificate is connected as you will be asked to produce this on site.
- You will be reminded if you are feeling unwell and displaying coronavirus (COVID-19) symptoms (loss or change in sense of smell or taste, fever, chills or sweats, cough, sore throat, shortness of breath and runny nose), or may have been in contact with someone with coronavirus (COVID-19), or have in the last 14 days been in a coronavirus (COVID-19) hot spot, that you should not attend the Conference. You should get tested and isolate at home or in your accommodation until you receive your test results. If you suspect you may have coronavirus (COVID-19) call the dedicated hotline – open 24hours a day, 7 days – 1800 675 398.
Please note and accept that the Conference venues will enforce the relevant health and safety measures as required by Government as a condition of entry to the venues.
Note that the venues reserve the right to refuse entry to any persons who are disorderly, or display unlawful or offensive behaviour. Any person who causes a disturbance may be removed from the venue.
Participants are strongly advised to secure appropriate travel and health insurance. Conference registration fees do not include travel insurance cover. The PCC2022 Organising Committee accepts no responsibility for any loss in this regard.