This year, at the NEC Birmingham, special Covid-19 safety measures have been put in place which will ensure you and your colleagues can attend with confidence.
Included among the extensive list of procedures are:
In a statement, the NEC Group said: “Building on the experience gained when constructing and operating the NHS Nightingale Birmingham facility, we have upgraded all the filter media within our ventilation systems to high efficiency F7 media, which was the standard specified by University Hospitals Birmingham (UHB) NHS Trust.”
The AM Events team has already successfully held Fleet News events (another Bauer Media title) such as Company Car In Action and the Fleet News Awards Summer Garden Party this year, both in-person shows on location which included involvement from the relevant local authorities to ensure necessary steps were in place.
Covid-provisions are being reviewed on a weekly basis, while Automotive Management is working closely with the Association of Event Organisers alongside other event organisers for industry best practice, while also consulting with Government.
The health of all stakeholders is of paramount importance to Automotive Management Live and the show’s parent company Bauer Media.
The Coronavirus situation is constantly evolving, so the team behind the show is closely monitoring the situation and all official Government advice will be followed.
Mindful of Automotive Management Live’s duty of care, the event’s organisers are consulting with experts about appropriate sanitary and health measures and can assure that all appropriate precautionary steps will be taken to match guidance at the time of the live event.
This is being reviewed on a weekly basis. We are working closely with the Association of Event Organisers alongside other event organisers for industry best practice and everything is in consultation with Government.