Enhanced precautionary measures at Singapore Airshow 2020

  • Enhanced cleaning and refuse management to maintain high standards of hygiene and cleanliness

  • Availability of hand sanitisers to attendees

  • Deployment of a team of doctors and medics on standby for visitors who feel unwell

  • Temperature screening at Singapore Expo and CEC access points

  • Seat-tagging at seated events to facilitate contact tracing

  • “No-contact” policy such as adoption of alternative greetings

Latest Update

7 February 2020

Singapore Airshow 2020 to proceed as planned with additional measures to safeguard well-being and safety of attendees

In response to the Ministry of Health’s announcement to raise Singapore’s Disease Outbreak Response System Condition (DORSCON) to Orange, we will be implementing seat tagging for seated events at Singapore Airshow 2020.

At DORSCON Yellow, Experia Events is already prepared with enhanced cleaning and refuse management to maintain high standards of hygiene and cleanliness, hand sanitisers for attendees, deployment of a team of doctors and medics to attend to visitors who are feeling unwell and mandatory temperature screenings at access points at Singapore Expo and CEC. Stepping up with seat tagging will support the government’s overall contact tracing process, for the well-being and safety of all attendees at the Singapore Airshow 2020.

The health and well-being of our attendees is of utmost priority. Alongside these additional measures, Experia Events remains ready and prepared to implement further enhanced measures as required by the authorities and will be providing further periodic updates leading up to the Singapore Airshow 2020. Current MOH guidelines and measures can be found at the MOH website.

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