Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre (MCEC) has launched its VenueSafe Plan, ensuring the venue is ready when it is safe to reopen.
“We’ve been working hard to ensure we have the right health measures in place to give our customers, visitors and people the confidence they need when our doors reopen,” Peter King, Chief Executive, Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre said.
“It’s safe to say that things may look a little different. However, we’re confident that with new measures in place as part of our VenueSafe Plan, customers can continue to enjoy Melbourne’s leading destination for big ideas and inspirational events, when it is safe to return to our venue.”
The MCEC VenueSafe Plan includes a range of public health, hygiene and physical distancing practices including:
Additional resources and support:
Changes to venue access:
Introducing health check stations, increased cleaning and sanitisation:
With the Victorian Government’s current coronavirus (COVID-19) restrictions, MCEC made the difficult decision this month to extend our closure until midnight 31 August 2020.
For more detail on MCEC'S VenueSafe Plan visit mcec.com.au/venuesafe
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