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Several companies have created innovative wrist bands that communicate an attendee's preferred level of physical distancing while attending conferences and events. As meetings and events...
AIM Meetings and Events has teamed up with Inspire Diagnostics and Unisys Corporation to offer no-cost COVID-19 testing for meetings and events.
Meeting Professionals International (MPI) has shared details of its Duty of Care plan for its WEC Vegas event taking place in June 2021. The event...
Here are a few things I have learned about COVID safety as I plan for Prevue's February 2021 in-person Best Practices Summit.
What is the risk of one person with COVID-19 attending your event? This COVID risk assessment tool breaks it down state by state, county by county.
The new WHO meeting guidelines for mass gatherings, an update to the document published in March 2020, include lengthy advice for meeting operations.
Prevue breaks down the new WTTC guidelines as they relate to meeting planners.
It’s more important than ever to be able to warn and rescue travelers at a moment’s notice. These apps for business travelers will help.
Everyone is talking about duty of care and wondering if they’re doing enough to help keep their attendees safe. That's why I created these emergency tips.
The ALICE Training Institute offers shooter civilian response training for individuals and organizations, blending an online component and in-person training.
In light of a news cycle filled with active shooters, worldwide acts of terrorism, as well as a rise in natural disasters, risk assessment and duty of care need to be top-of-mind for meeting and event planners.
If you're looking for meeting industry research on topics ranging from Duty of Care to Experiential Meetings to Wellness, check out our online research page.
In dealing with a crisis, it’s helpful to use the RACI model: Who is Responsible for decisions? Who is Accountable? Who should be Consulted? And who should be Informed?
Check-ins, social media vetting and cybersecurity are a few of the minor things you can do to enhance your "Duty of Care" responsibilities.
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