Health Protection

at RECYCLING-TECHNIK Dortmund

The Safest Place To Meet stands above the protection concept for our events, which ensures that the trade shows are controlled and safe for visitors, exhibitors and employees. It is important to us that all participants feel comfortable under the new conditions and achieve their trade show goals.

We are in close contact with the venue and the responsible authorities of the state regarding all protection and hygiene measures. The concept is based on the hygiene and infection standards issued for trade shows by the CoronaSchVO.

Our bodyguard protects your health with safety and hygiene standards

If necessary, we will dynamically adapt the concept of health protection of our show participants to the changing requirements of the authorities and to the current general conditions until the trade show date.

Status: 07th October 2021

Safety First.

We take care of your safety.

Our group proved in September and October 2020 that industrial trade shows can be held under safe conditions even in these times:

Protection concept

So that you are sure to be there: Register in advance!

Be sure to register in advance for your visit to the trade show. In order to reliably equalize the trade show events, we have defined a maximum number of visitors per half-day. This year you decide on a half-day time slot. If you wish, you can also register for a second time slot and thus extend your visit to the trade show.

3-G proof of entry to the show

You need 3G proof for entry regardless of incidence: full vaccination coverage, recovery or a negative rapid test or PCR test result from an official testing center. The negative test must have been taken no more than 24 hours ago, the second vaccination must have been taken at least 14 days ago, and the positive PCR test result must have been taken between 28 days and 6 months ago if the patient has recovered. We will inform you about testing possibilities on site shortly before the show.

Plenty of space and room for everyone: Keep the minimum distance!

Generous additional areas and aisles, routing, distance markings, information signs and much more will be implemented by us for you. Wherever possible, keep a minimum distance of 1.5 m from other trade show participants.

If it gets too crowded on the stands: use the additional seating at the networking tables for your one-on-one conversations.

When walking through the show: Mask on! (Almost everywhere...)

When visiting the trade show, there is a general obligation to wear a mouth-nose covering. Outdoor areas at a distance of 1.5 m and appropriately marked seating areas are exempt from this obligation. The obligation also does not apply when using gastronomic services.

If you do not have a mask with you, we will provide one free of charge.

Always important: hand disinfection and hygiene standards!

Wash and disinfect your hands thoroughly and frequently. Hand sanitizer racks are located throughout the area.

Adhere to hygiene etiquette: give a smile instead of a handshake. Sneeze and cough into the crook of your arm

Receive information contactless: Use Smart Badge!

Visitors receive an intelligent visitor badge when they enter the trade show. This allows visitors and exhibitors to exchange contact data and information digitally via TOUCH & COLLECT. Exhibitors will receive the smart badge reader required for this purpose during set-up.

For everyone's safety: Install Corona Warning App!

We recommend using the federal government’s Corona Warning app. You can find information about the app and download here.

Mandatory: Please stay at home in these cases!

You may not attend the show if any of the following apply:

  • You have had contact with Covid-19 patients in the 14 days prior to the start of the show.
  • You have acute, non-specific general symptoms and respiratory symptoms of any severity.
  • You have visited a Corona risk area according to RKI in the last 14 days and do not have a negative result of a Corona test (made at the earliest 48 hours before entry or in Germany after return) and a medical certificate.
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