COVID-19 Important Information

COVID-19 Important Information

Exhibitor and attendee safety always has been, and always will be, our top priority.

We are working in consultation with the venue, suppliers, contractors, and local and state governments to ensure that FoodTech Qld is delivered in a safe and controlled environment, within COVID-19 government guidelines.

It is a condition of entry into the exhibition that every exhibitor, contractor, sub-contractor, supplier and their agents comply with the current QLD Covid Safe restrictions. Every person entering the venue must check in via the Check-In QLD App.

We kindly ask that you take note of the Terms & Conditions of Entry below in line with our COVID-Safe Event Plan to ensure a safe and enjoyable show experience for everyone.

  1. All attendees (including exhibitors) must register online with accurate contact information including name, contact number and email address, which in addition to being held in a secure database by the Organiser, will assist with contact tracing where required.
  2. Exhibition badges will be issued at registration and must be worn at all times in the exhibition hall. All attendees will be scanned in and out of the exhibition halls to manage venue capacity and assist with contact tracing.
  3. Attendees need to check in upon entry to the venue via the Check In Qld App.
  4. Individuals with symptoms of COVID-19 (including those awaiting a test result), a history of international travel in the 14 days prior to the event or close contact with a confirmed case of COVID-19 in the 14 days preceding the event, must remain at home.
  5. Be mindful of maintaining physical distancing of 1.5 metres during the event, including entering and exiting the event. Please abide by barriers, signs, floor markings and verbal announcements to support physical distancing.
  6. Refrain from shaking hands, touching and other forms of physical contact.
  7. All attendees are encouraged to use the handwashing and sanitizer stations provided to ensure good hand hygiene. Cough or sneeze into your arm or tissue and wash your hands with soap and water for at least 20 seconds afterwards.
  8. Any individual displaying symptoms of COVID-19 onsite must report to the Organisers Office without delay where event and venue security will be alerted, and the appropriate action taken.

It is everyone’s responsibility to ensure that their own, and others, health and safety is not put at risk by their actions (or inaction) during the exhibition.

We also encourage exhibitors to consider implementing COVID-safe practices on their stands. Such as;

  • Create minimal touch points but opting to hand out brochures and giveaway items to visitors as they approach your stand. Rather than having items sitting on counters for people to grab freely.
  • Wipe down / sanitise counters, tables and high touch surfaces on your stand throughout the day.
  • Provide hand sanitiser on your stand for staff and visitors to use.
  • If sampling food and beverage, strictly adhering to Health & Safety Obligations as listed

All visitors must also comply with the venue’s GCCEC Covid Safe Guidelines 

To assist with understanding the regulations currently applicable in QLD (including interstate travel), please visit