Health and safety
Health and safety is paramount at AIEC and the well-being of our attendees is our priority.
We continue to monitor COVID-19 regulations in line with advice from the Australian Government and local health authorities to ensure your health is protected.
Due to COVID-19, it is important that all attendees acknowledge there are inherent risks associated with large events such as AIEC. AIEC or the Conference Organisers will not be liable for any loss or damages to individual delegates that are caused by events beyond our control.
We strongly recommend all delegates carefully check the details of any insurance coverage you may hold, as well as the specific terms and conditions of your travel and accommodation bookings and obtain flexible booking policies where possible.
For further information please check out the most current details using the below links:
Delegates are required to comply with all relevant public health measures in place when attending AIEC.
Frequently Asked Questions
Do I have to be vaccinated to attend AIEC?
There is no requirement for you to be vaccinated to attend AIEC
Do I have to wear a mask at AIEC?
There is no requirement for you to wear a mask, however if you feel more comfortable doing so then please wear one.
Will you have hand sanitiser on site?
There are sanitisation stations throughout the venue and at the registration desk
Do I need to keep socially distanced?
Social distancing is recommended, and government instructions on this can be found here.
What cleaning and sanitation does the ACC do?
The Adealide Convention Centre operates with best practice control and management processes that ensure the venue offers a safe and healthy environment.
Where can I find First Aid assistance?
A fully equipped first aid room is located near the Security Office on ground level. For assistance please see the Registration Desk. All safety and security officers are first aid trained.
If it is an emergency, call 000 immediately.
I need to see a doctor – where can I find one?
A number of services operate in the Adelaide area. It is recommended you speak to your hotel’s front desk, or contact a provider via sahealth.sa.gov.au
9 February - Call for proposals opens
10 March - Call for proposals closes
1 June - Registration open
31 July - Early bird registration closes
10-13 October – AIEC 2023