Health and Safety
Health and Safety Protocols
We understand that the COVID-19 pandemic has made us all reconsider our day-to-day routines, our work life, and anything having to do with in-person activities. With added health and safety protocols in place, and in collaboration with the Music City Center and the city of Nashville, we are planning to hold the Annual Meeting in person this July. Our goal is to deliver the top-notch education, innovation and networking opportunities you have come to expect and value at the Annual Meeting with your health and safety as our top priority.
We are actively working with the Music City Center regarding health and safety protocols and will post those on this page in advance of the Annual Meeting. Here are a few of the protocols attendees can expect with regard to health and safety:
- A dedication to crowd density and social distancing standards in accordance with local authorities and jurisdictions
- Appropriately distanced seating
- Enhanced deep cleaning and disinfection throughout the Annual Meeting
- Widespread availability of hand sanitizer and masks
- Installation of plexiglass shields at info counters, and registration areas
Our meeting venue, Music City Center, released their guidelines for Creating Safe, Noteworthy Experiences that provides in-depth details on how they facilitate a safe, secure and healthy environment onsite for all participants.
Nashville is committed to keeping visitors and residents safe. Review information on the following sites to learn more about the NASHVILLE IS GOOD TO GO program and stay up to date with the latest COVID-19 Information. in Nashville.
We are staying up to date on all travel guidelines, considerations and restrictions from global and local authorities. We’ll be reporting any major transportation or travel announcements that impact the meeting on our website.
See what action TSA’s taking in response to COVID-19 here.
See what major U.S. airlines are doing by visiting their websites:
Nashville has been named a Safe Travels destination by the World Travel & Tourism Council, making it one of only two destinations in the U.S. to achieve the designation. The Safe Travels stamp is the world’s first ever global safety and hygiene stamp for the travel and tourism industry. Read more about it here.
Have other questions regarding the Annual Meeting? Be sure to check the FAQ page.