Mon, April 10 - Wed, April 12, 2023

Enercare Centre, Toronto & VIRTUAL

Health & Safety Policies

We look forward to welcoming you back safely, in-person to the RC Show 2022. Your health and safety is our top priority. Everyone, including exhibitors, attendees, volunteers, students, media, speakers, contractors, and staff are all expected to comply with federal and provincial health and safety requirements during the RC Show (May 9 - 11, 2022)

The RC Show team will continue to work closely with the Enercare Centre, Exhibition Place and Toronto Public Health to keep everyone safe during their time at the RC Show. Please help us to safeguard everyone’s well-being by following the procedures and protocols outlined.

Please visit the Ontario COVID-19 Public Health Measures page for the latest updates regarding the restriction changes that will come into effect starting February 17, March 1 and 21, 2022.

Please note that all restrictions and requirements are subject to change. Please refer to our website before the event for current guidelines.

Last Updated: March 14, 2022

Health and Safety Policies - Screening

Before Arrival

Any participant of the RC Show who is experiencing symptoms of illness, such as COVID-19, should not attend the RC Show or RC Hospitality Week events, as a courtesy to other participants.

Health and Safety Policies - Entry Requirements

Proof of VACCINATION will no longer be required

As of March 1, 2022, Proof of vaccination (POV) will be eliminated, subject to public health indicators. 

Health and Safety Policies - Face Mask

FACE Masks & Coverings

As of March 21, 2022, mandatory masking requirements will be lifted for the RC Show.
Read latest Ontario government announcement for more information.

Health and Safety Policies - Sanitation

INCREASED SANITATION AND HYGIENE

Dedicated staff will be sanitizing the venues regularly with hospital-grade products. Additional hand sanitizer units have been installed for your convenience.

It is the responsibility of everyone to maintain good personal hygiene, including washing your hands frequently and sneezing into the inside of your elbow.

Health and Safety Policies - Air Quality

Improved Air Quality

Indoor air ventilation has been increased in every hall, meeting room, public space and underground parking. Upgraded HVAC filters have been installed, including increased replacement frequency. Humidity levels have been optimized.

GBAC Star™ Facility Accreditation

Exhibition Place is the first Canadian venue to receive the GBAC Star™ Facility Accreditation. Designed to assist venues of all sizes to develop a comprehensive system of cleaning, disinfection, and infectious disease prevention, GBAC STAR™ helps facilities better prepare for, respond to, and recover from biohazard situations like the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), keeping guests safe.

Any Additional Questions or Concern?

Visit our Attendee FAQ page for my details on commonly asked questions and more information on our event.