HEALTH & SAFETY
We are working hard to determine the required safety measures to address the risks posed by COVID-19. All of guidelines will be aligned with local government requirements, industry best practice and venue safety policy. By implementing these safety measures, you can have every confidence that when you come to the Niagara Summit, we are taking all reasonable precautions to keep you safe.
While in-person, we strive to put every participant’s health and safety as our top priority. The Niagara Summit Team, as well as Tridium leadership, would like to share the steps we are taking to create a safe environment. We will follow CDC guidance, as well as implementing additional measures for your health and safety.
ON SITE CLEANING PROTOCOLS
- The Charlotte Convention Center implements this program: https://www.charlottemeetings.com/clean, and
- The Westin Charlotte implements this program: https://clean.marriott.com/.
- We recommend following CDC guidelines,
- Consistent with CDC guidance and Tridium’s own safety protocols, face coverings are strongly recommended, but not required, indoors for non-dining events,
- Participants will choose a color-coded ribbon to add to badges representing their comfort with social distancing,
- All attendees will need to perform a self-check to ensure there are no COVID-like symptoms present prior to attending,
- While at the conference, we ask you to self-monitor for COVID-like symptoms. If you test positive for COVID at the conference, please self-isolate immediately, seek guidance from your health care provider, and follow their instructions. We also ask you to immediately notify any event staff member on-site so we can make any notifications necessary, and
- We encourage your participation only in events where you feel comfortable.
Your decision to attend this year’s conference will depend on your comfort level. Protocols and guidance may change with the changes in COVID spread at the time. We look forward to seeing many of you in Charlotte.
The Niagara Summit Team
See what the Charlotte Convention Center is doing to keep you safe