EWA Conference FAQ’s – COVID-19

The Conference Committee will continue to watch the developments and guidelines for COVID and will provide updates to stakeholders as information comes to hand. www.wa.gov.au/government/covid-19-coronavirus

The Pan Pacific Hotel has measures in place to ensure a safe experience for EWA delegates. Its safety measures brochure can be found here.

Further to this, we have provided some answers to FAQ’s below for our delegates.

How will the venue/conference contract trace?

This will be done via the WA Safe App and sign in sheets.

Does the venue have a risk management system in place?

Yes

Have all the Pan Pacific staff undergone COVID-19 Training?

Yes, all staff have had PPE training, cleaning and infection control training.

Does the venue have protocols in place for managing unwell patrons?

Yes. Anyone entering the building gets a temperature screen test through thermal cameras. If the machines are activated guests are not allowed into the premises. Further to this, the Pan Pacific has WA Health staff in house who will be notified.

What happens if the conference is cancelled due to COVID?

The Committee will offer full refunds.

What happens if the conference is postponed due to COVID?

The committee will give the delegates an opportunity to roll over their registration to the new dates or will offer a full refund.

What happens if the conference goes virtual/hybrid?

The committee will give the delegates an opportunity to roll over their registration to the new format with the difference in registration prices refunded or will offer a full refund.

What if I cancel? (Not COVID related)

Our standard cancellation terms are applicable. We require cancellation in writing. For cancellations received between 5 February to 31 March a full refund will be issued. Any cancellations from 1 April 2021 onwards to May will be liable for the full cost.

The Committee will endeavour to be as flexible as possible for attendees and will look at cancellations (non-Covid related) on a case by case basis.