Working together to protect us all

Safely welcoming back our organisers, delegates and visitors to the venue

The ICC is committed to providing safe and secure environments for our customers, visitors, delegates and partners. In order to achieve this, we have a number of measures in place across our updated Venue Protect framework. We fully comply with government guidance on managing the risk of COVID-19 and have additional measures in place that we are encouraging visitors to follow to keep everyone's experience safe.

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Collaborative working

The ICC's measures are aligned with the event industry’s and will be adapted as necessary to ensure they reflect the latest Government guidelines. As usual, we are working closely with event organisers and partners to ensure that we can deliver safe events, recognising that each event has differing requirements. 

We are committed to working together to protect us all.

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Meetings Industry Association

AIM Secure Accredited

View Guidance AIM Secure
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Risk Assessment

A framework for hosting events safely

Download
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VisitBritain Accreditation

The UK tourism industry standard

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Government Advice

The latest published government guidance

View More

Our Venue Protect measures comprise of:

Helping you plan for a safe and successful event

A handy PDF overview of our Venue Protect 'Controlled-Safe-Clean’ update and a helpful section specifically designed for your visitors can be accessed below...

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Venue Protect overview

The ICC’s updated Venue Protect three-part framework in downloadable format

View Document VENUE PROTECT
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Visitor and delegate information

Reassuring and informing visitors and delegates of what to expect at the venue

Find out more VENUE PROTECT
Further information

If you have questions regarding your upcoming event, please speak to your usual ICC contact or email us [email protected]

All information is correct as at 28/07/21 and is subject to change in line with Government and Industry Guidelines.