Friday 22 October 2021 | Queen Elizabeth II Centre, London | #RUKOnshore21
RenewableUK and the venue are committed to the health, safety and well-being of all participants involved with being at Onshore Wind Energy 2021 conference & exhibition. We will continuously monitor the advice given by the Chief Medical Officer and UK Governments and re-evaluate and update the information below, and advise all registered attendees, event contractors, staff, etc immediately.
As COVID-19 restrictions are lifted, it is important that we exercise common sense and consider the risks to manage our own risk to protect ourselves and others around us. If you show the following symptoms of COVID-19 prior to attending the event, please do not attend the event:
- a new continuous cough
- a high temperature
- a loss of, or change in, your normal sense of taste or smell (anosmia)
- For most people, COVID-19 will be a mild illness.
RenewableUK has worked with the venue, who require all visitors to the venue to adhere to the following conditions of entry:
- Provide proof of double vaccination, Covid-19 antibodies, or a negative lateral flow test (within the last 48-hours) to gain entry into the venue. Those people who are based in the UK can use the NHS Covid Pass. International visitors will need to show the equivalent from their country of origin.
- On arrival all guests are kindly asked to use the hand sanitisers located in the entrance.
- A thermal imaging camera is located in the entrance to assess body temperature. Any guest with a temperature over 100.4 F, 38.0 C will not be permitted to enter as this indicates a possible fever.
- Facemasks are required in all public areas of the venue.
Please read full venue requirements here.
Attendees are encouraged to review all travel arrangements and follow the Government's guidelines which can be found on Gov.UK.
You are encouraged to check guidance ahead of planning your travel.
The rules for testing and quarantine when you arrive in England are different for countries and territories which are listed as either red, amber or green. The UK Government guidance states:
- Check the rules for the country or territory you are coming from or have travelled through.
Book any tests or quarantine hotel packages you need.
Get tested and complete passenger locator form.