We’re working very closely with our hospitality and convention facility partners at TCF Center to ensure the Midwest Cannabis Business Conference will be as safe as possible. Our number one priority is ensuring that our attendees, sponsors, exhibitors, and partners have a safe, clean, and enriching experience, and we will continue to monitor and implement health & safety protocols that meet or exceed federal, state, and local guidelines.
Based on recommendations of the Michigan Department of Public Health and Human Services, all event participants and staff will be required to provide their own face mask and wear it covering their nose and mouth throughout the entire event at all times.
Proof of vaccination is not required by the TCF Center, at this time. However, we strongly encourage all in-person attendees to be fully vaccinated.
NCIA Cannabis Business Events will continue to advise ticket holders on proper safety measures and may provide additional PPE at the event.
Minimal Physical Contact
Participants will be encouraged to limit physical contact, such as handshakes and embraces.
Aisles will be a minimum of ten (10) feet.
Capacity throughout the event will be aligned with the venue and local regulations and will be monitored by trained staff.
TCF Center has implemented regularly scheduled and enhanced cleaning of the event space using the protocols established by ASM Global’s VenueShield.
TCF Center has received the highly coveted and universally recognized GBAC STAR accreditation, meaning they:
have established and maintained a cleaning, disinfection, and infectious disease prevention program to minimize risks of infectious agents like the novel coronavirus.
have the proper cleaning protocols, disinfection techniques, and work practices in place to combat biohazards and infectious diseases.
have employed highly informed cleaning professionals who are trained for infectious disease prep and response.
TCF Center will place hand sanitizer stations at all entryways and strategically throughout the entire event space.
High-touch surfaces will be sanitized frequently throughout the duration of the event.
All Midwest Cannabis Business Conference participants will be required to complete a Health & Safety waiver/questionnaire during the ticket purchase/registration process. Additional Health & Safety waivers may be required onsite prior to entry or picking up tickets.
EMTs and First-Aid professionals will be onsite from move-in to move-out.
Food & Beverage will be available for purchase, in individual portions, from the exclusive venue provider adhering to the highest safety standards. Food will be only be permitted to be consumed in designated areas.
If necessary, NCIA Cannabis Business Events will work with local health departments and government authorities to trace and contact participants are our events, in accordance with local privacy regulations.
Please continue to check this page periodically for updates regarding health & safety at the Midwest Cannabis Business Conference. Additionally, you can check out the in-depth protocol our partners at TCF Center have implemented.