Last updated 16 May 2022

We are looking forward to welcoming you to the Airmic annual conference in Liverpool.

The health, safety and security of everyone attending the annual conference is of utmost importance to Airmic and we have been working with the ACC, our conference venue, and our external advisors to implement measures to keep all attendees as safe and as comfortable as possible when attending the event. We are following UK Government guidelines, including Public Health England (PHE) general precautions, and we ask all attendees do the same, so that everyone plays a part in keeping us all safe and well.

The ‘event’ includes the period of the build-up, the break-down and the actual conference.

The ACC is using fresh air circulation, and will deep clean the conference centre rooms, chairs and carpets at the end of each day using a specialist spray. Hand sanitising stations will be available and there will be signage reminding attendees to regularly wash their hands and use hand sanitiser.

For the health and safety of attendees of the event, including delegates, exhibitors, contractors and ACC staff, we recommend that all attendees follow these 8 points:

  1. Take a lateral flow test before travelling and only attend the event if the result of the test is negative
  2. Do not attend the event if you are exhibiting any symptoms of Covid-19
  3. Follow any guidance on travel, including for public transport, and when travelling to the event from outside the UK
  4. Attendees should consider their personal health circumstances before attending the event
  5. This is a ‘mask-friendly’ event, and although face coverings are no longer mandatory in England and attendees may choose whether or not to wear a face covering, we encourage attendees to consider wearing a face covering in enclosed or crowded spaces
  6. Attendees should maintain standards of personal hygiene, including regular hand-washing and use of hand sanitiser, especially when coughing or sneezing, and respect the personal space of others
  7. If you begin to feel unwell at the event, start to exhibit symptoms of Covid-19 or consider that you might be a health risk to others, you should inform the Airmic Registration Desk or contact the Airmic events team at or if there is an emergency at 07968 558898
  8. It remains the responsibility of exhibitors, contractors and the ACC to instruct those for whom they are responsible and to make them all aware of these guidelines.

    All attendees who enter the event, including during the build-up and break-down periods, shall be deemed to have accepted and agree to comply with these conduct and health and safety guidelines, and current Government requirements, including those relating to Covid-19, which may be updated from time to time.

    All those who attend the Airmic annual conference do so entirely at their own risk.

    Everyone has a part to play in keeping us all safe and well, and for managing personal risks and responsibilities.