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Health and Safety Protocols

 
2020 FAMP State Convention and Trade Show Health and Safety Protocols

FAMP is focused on the health and safety of its members, volunteers, staff and partners who will be attending this year’s Convention. We are and will continue to monitor guidelines and safety recommendations from state and local health officials and we are working closely with hotel staff and our exhibition company to create a comfortable meeting environment for everyone. Please find below specific information about our new 2020 Convention and Trade Show protocols, but, among other things, we are encouraging anyone who is sick, immunocompromised or otherwise at increased risk of spreading or contracting the virus to stay home.


What is FAMP Doing?
 

What is the Hotel doing?

The Hilton Bonnet Creek, along with all other Hilton properties throughout the US, have implemented the Hilton CleanStay Program.  Hilton CleanStay with Lysol protection is a rigorous system that incorporates RB’s trusted know-how and scientific approach to cleaning practices and product offerings. Experts from Mayo Clinic’s Infection Prevention and Control team have also advised and assisted in enhancing Hilton’s cleaning and disinfection protocols. 
 

And throughout the new cleaning process, hotel Team Members will be provided with personal protective equipment and enhanced training designed to protect their well-being while continuing to deliver unmatched Hilton hospitality.

 

What Can You Do?
 

Attending meetings and events in a world affected by COVID-19 requires adjustment on the part of event planners and attendees.  This combined effort is necessary to restart the industry.  FAMP and the Hilton Bonnet Creek has focused on key areas in order to have a safe event by implementing health and safety protocols and social distancing requirements but, you play a key role in the success of our event.  So, what can you do to help?
 


For more information on how you can ensure the health and safety of yourself and others, please visit the CDC page on COVID-19.