Health & Safety
With the 107th Annual Conference approaching next month, now is a good time to review health and safety protocols for this year. Unlike last year, there is no longer a mask requirement in the Atlantic City Convention Center, a state-owned building. Likewise, there is no vaccine requirement, as was necessary last year.
That said, NJLM remains committed to ensuring a healthy and safe Conference experience for all in attendance. In 2022, League staff will continue to monitor the COVID-19 pandemic, and as we come closer to our event date, the League will advise you if any additional safety protocols become necessary based on the current public health conditions.
Last year, NJLM expanded its exhibit floorplan to mitigate crowding on the floor, and we are using the same floorplan in 2022. Similar to last year, we have also adjusted the session schedule to allow for more time between sessions, again to mitigate crowding on the 3rd and 4th floors.
Above all, we all must employ common sense to assure a healthy event for all of us. Please monitor for any symptoms, wear a mask if appropriate, and take any steps necessary to minimize potential exposure. We look forward to a great and healthy event for us all in 2022.
Atlantic City Convention Center Cleaning Protocols
The Atlantic City Convention Center has achieved the GBAC (Global Biorisk Advisory Council) Star accreditation. This accreditation is awarded to facilities for stellar cleaning, disinfection, and infectious disease outbreak prevention protocols to help promote safe events.
If you have any questions, please contact:
Kristin Lawrence | Director, Conference Business Development
firstname.lastname@example.org or 609-695-3481 x125
Suzanne DeLany | Contract Administrator
email@example.com or 609-695-3481 x127