Green Pass and Safe Travel so that exhibitors and visitors are guaranteed the highest possible level of safety.Green Pass and Safe Travel so that exhibitors and visitors are guaranteed the highest possible level of safety.
IEG - Italian Exhibition Group S.p.A., after having first developed the SAFE BUSINESS protocol in Italy in April 2020 and following it up with numerous initiatives aimed at health safety, now adds further elements to guarantee people and companies present at the fair.
GREEN PASS FOR ACCESS TO THE FAIR
From next September, with the aim of protecting companies, visitors, suppliers and employees, the 'green pass' (or equivalent title) will be required to all those who enter the fair during the course of the exhibition events. The first fairs for which it will be necessary will be the Macfrut in Rimini and Vicenzaoro in Vicenza. "The goal - explains the CEO of IEG Corrado Peraboni - is to guarantee our exhibitors / visitors covid free pavilions, a place where the only concern of those who access it must be to do business. The request for this measure comes to us strongly from companies, especially multinationals, which intend to guarantee maximum safety for their collaborators who will attend the fairs after the reopening in September. It is no coincidence that the Green Pass is required as a requirement by the vast majority of European trade fair organizers."
In terms of safety, sharing information to overcome any difficulty in moving around is a precious value to be offered to exhibitors and visitors. With this mission, even before in our country, Italian Exhibition Group will offer its foreign guests a new opportunity to learn about the rules on entry and stay in Italy. This will apply even more as the pandemic situation continues to evolve. The information offered derives from the agreement signed with Studio Arletti & Partners, an expert company in international mobility and which has served companies and individuals in the field of posting abroad since 1998, covering all aspects of consultancy relating to global mobility. In the districts where IEG operates, information assistance will be provided on time and constant, as well as agile, on rules and obligations that international visitors and exhibitors must comply with when entering Italy. A service that concerns the arrival by plane, train, bus or car, which indicates the national provisions and those eventually declined by the AUSL in the various areas where the events take place. Customers will receive information by filling in a simple form available on the event sites. It will only be necessary to indicate the place of departure, any international stops and place of arrival. The answer will also contain the territorial medical assistance numbers.The system will be updated on a daily basis with respect to changes in legislation thanks to a pool of professionals specialized in legal disciplines. Should IEG customers need further assistance, it will be possible to provide customized services.
15 MONTHS OF SECURITY PROJECTS
To the SAFE BUSINESS BY IEG protocol designed in April 2020, the adhesions to the AEFI and UFI protocols and the obtaining for IEG, for all its offices, of the accreditation of GBAC STAR ™, the global certification program of practices , procedures and work systems suitable to meet the international standards of cleaning, sanitation and prevention of infectious risks for environments and personnel promoted by the Global Biorisk Advisory Council.
The IEG structures are the only ones in Italy that can boast of this accreditation.Last May IEG joined the Confcooperative Romagna, Confindustria Romagna and Legacoop Romagna project for the anti-covid vaccination, again on a voluntary basis, of its employees thanks to the inter-company hubs set up in the Romagna area. Activities accompanied by a constant tracking campaign: between June 2020 and May 2021 IEG carried out on a voluntary basis about 900 serological tests and screening swabs on the human resources of the four locations.