Covid 19 Protocol
Health, Safety and Security
The health and safety of our visitors, exhibitors and staff is our number one priority. We have been working hard to implement important measures for Making Cosmetics and in-Vitality in Milano this November, which will keep you safe and secure, whilst enabling you to have a great and worthwhile
We are working closely with the venue to ensure the safety and comfort of all those on-site during the
Together we have created a wide-ranging mitigation strategy which includes encouraging good behavioural practice and deploying physical measures, as well as providing more facilities and features digitally.
Everyone has to play their part. As well as following the protocols to keep themselves safe, attendees also have a responsibility to others. In this guide, we outline what measures are being taken and what visitors need to do, to ensure a safe show environment.
We are continuing to monitor the situation closely and will update this guide if necessary.
Overall Measures to Keep You Safe
Attendance by Pre-registration
It is only possible to attend Making Cosmetics and in-Vitality by registering in advance.
Once you have completed your online registration, a confirmation email with a PDF printable version of the badge will be sent to you. You should print the badge at home or work and bring it with you to enter the show.
We will measure the temperature of every visitor prior entering as well as reading the “Green Pass”.
In Italy from the 06th of August a COVID-19 Green Pass will be required to visit all indoor hospitality. It will provide proof that the holder has either received at least one dose of the vaccine, has recovered from the virus or tested negative in the previous 48 hours.
More information can be found here.
Protective Face Masks
These must be worn at all times within the venue, except when eating and drining.
Measures will be in place across the venue and on communal areas. The floorplan has been increased to help maintain social distancing in the exhibition. Me sages will also be displayed on signage visible throughout the venue.
Through the use of safety managers, visitor numbers will be monitored to prevent overcrowding.
Gels or hydroalcoholic solutions will be available for visitors. There will be signs in all communal areas and on exhibitor stands to remind everyone of health and safety protocols.
All areas of the venue will be cleaned at an increased frequency.
Any necessary payments at Making Cosmetics and in-Vitality will be cashless only.
Food & Drink
These can be pre-ordered and delivered in individual stands and to catering tables/units. We have increased the catering area to accommodate social distancing and avoid overcrowding.
All seating will have increased spacing.
In order to minimise handing physical items to visitors, handouts are discouraged. The organisers will appoint dedicated personnel at the entrance to distribute, lanyards and/or promo material individually, we will not allow visitors to help themselves. All paper promotional material will be printed on antibacterial paper.
Additional Health Considerations
You should not attend the Event if you:
Have any of the following symptoms: high temperature, a new continuous cough or loss of sense of taste or smell.
> Have been tested positive for COVID-19 in the last 10-days.
> Have come into close contact with a high risk or infected person within the last 10-days.
> Have travelled from or through a ‘watchlist’ state or country – i.e. any location where there is a requirement for all people to self-isolate when they arrive.
> Are personally classified in a vulnerable category (e.g. either due to age or other underlying health conditions).
All attendees must adhere to the requirements below. Reminders will be published in pre-show communications and on signage throughout the show site:
> Maintain physical distancing between yourself and others as directed by floor markings and staff.
> Practice good respiratory hygiene at all times.
> Regularly wash hands and use sanitising gels that are readily available throughout key points in the venue.
> Wear a face covering* in all areas of the venue. Flexibility applies when eating and appropriately distanced in catering outlet seating areas.
> Do not move furniture or any other item that has been deliberately placed to maintain physical distancing.
> Cooperate with security, stewards and medical teams – be patient, they are there for the safety and wellbeing of everyone at Making Cosmetics and in-Vitality.
> Avoid handshakes and exchanging material that has been handled by others.
Service, Safety and Security at our Events
The safety and security of our everyone at Making Cosmetics and in-Vitality is the utmost priority. We work closely with the venue, local and national authorities to identify risks, assess them and develop security plans for our events.Everyone attending our events should be aware that the following are in place:
> Customer Service staff may approach you to assist you outside, at entry or inside the event.
> Staff and attendees are required to wear ID badges provided.
> Walkthrough or hand held scanners may be in operation at our events.
> CCTV in operation at our events is monitored and recorded.
> Uniformed and covert Security Guards are in attendance at our events.
> Uniformed and covert Police are in attendance at some of our events.
> Canine Security and Detection is in operation at some of our events.
Everyone attending Making Cosmetics and in-Vitality is requested to:
> Keep personal property safe at all times and do not leave any items unattended.
> Report anything that looks unusual, suspicious or just out of place to a member of event staff.
> Remain patient and courteous with event staff undertaking security checks.
> Follow the instructions of event staff at all times.
*Attendees should provide their own face coverings. This can be a face mask or you may also use a scarf, bandana, religious garment or hand-made cloth covering. Face coverings are largely intended to protect others, not the wearer, against the spread of infection because they cover the nose and mouth, which are the main confirmed sources of transmission of virus that causes coronavirus infection (COVID-19). Face coverings must as a minimum cover your nose and mouth while securely fitting around the sides of your