Health & Safety Guidelines
Together again, safely!

Updated: March 16, 2022
 

The National Safety Council (NSC) is excited to welcome our attendees to the inaugural Midwest Safety Conference & Expo at the Indiana Convention Center in Indianapolis, INJune 8-10. NSC is committed to creating an event experience where our participants, partners and employees can safely and effectively conduct business, network and learn.
 

As America’s leading nonprofit safety advocate, we will continue to follow scientific research and data to put health and safety first, just as we have for over 100 years. This is why we will require the following from all in-person attendees at the 2022 NSC Midwest Safety Conference & Expo. 
 

  • Proof of full COVID-19 vaccination
    OR
  • A negative COVID-19 PCR test result within 72 hours of event
     

Face coverings will not be required as determined by the CDC in areas of low and medium COVID community levels.

We encourage individuals who will not be able to provide a negative COVID-19 PCR test result or proof of vaccination to explore the many educational resources NSC has available online.
 

CrowdPass
 

To upload your negative COVID-19 PCR test result within 72 hours of the event or proof of full COVID-19 vaccination, NSC is partnering with CrowdPass, an intuitive web application. Closer to the event, you'll receive an email on how to submit your information.


We have a comprehensive EHS event management plan in place to ensure the health and safety of everyone attending the 2022 NSC Midwest Safety Conference & Expo. We are working closely with the Indiana Convention Center and taking extra precautions. Please note these safety and health measures will evolve based on current CDC recommendations and any building, city, state and federal mandates.


In addition to the above requirements, the following health and safety measures will be implemented at the 2022 NSC Midwest Safety Conference & Expo

 

  • Enhanced ventilation practices
  • Regular cleaning protocols
  • Safe distancing practices
  • Limited room occupancies
  • Safe traffic flow patterns

By participating in-person, you understand and acknowledge that you risk exposure to and contraction of potentially dangerous disease (COVID-19). You understand and acknowledge the risks associated with diseases and viruses and you are fully aware that exposure may result in, including without limitation, infection, illness, injury, or otherwise. In consideration of the above, you hereby release National Safety Council of any liability related to your attendance.


Listed below are Indiana Convention Center links detailing their health and safety protocols:

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

We ask for your patience as we continue to monitor CDC guidelines. Please check back frequently for updates. We look forward to seeing you in Indianapolis, IN, June 8-10.