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WA Mining Conference & Exhibition 2022 Exhibitor Manual
New Covid-Safe Event Terms & Conditions
The health and safety of all our WA Mining Conference exhibitors, visitors and team remains our number one priority. We are taking all of the safeguards and precautionary measures to ensure you have a safe and enjoyable event.
Due to our Covid Safe event policy and WA Health regulations please make note of the changes to our event, here.
We recommend exhibitors check the WA Health for the current public health advice in relation to locations where people who visited are required to self-isolate. If you have visited any of the locations noted please follow the direction of WA Health.
To learn more visit our website and we appreciate your cooperation to ensure a safe event for our industry.
Novel coronavirus: download information for our customers
Please visit: https://notifications.reedexpo.com/en-gb.html
BEWARE OF SCAMS - BE VIGILANT
Exhibitors are targeted by companies claiming to be, or work with event organisers. They use our branding and may appear to be genuine. In the past this has included selling exhibitors directory listings, hotel bookings and visitor/attendee data.
Exhibitors need to be vigilant, read the small print, inform their teams about the risk of scams and check with their organiser if they receive anything they are not expecting or are unsure of.
Examples of such scam includes companies like Event Fair, FairGuide.com/Construct Data Verlag, Expo Guide (Mexico) and International Fairs Directory (Portugal) targeting exhibitors with their misleading directory services. Unsuspecting exhibitors who sign and return the form are then contracted into a three-year, non-retractable agreement, which could cost the exhibitor a significant amount of money.
Click here for a sample letter. This is just one example, what you may recieve can look different, so be vigilant