...but you'll need proof of vaccination (via the NHS App) or a negative Lateral Flow test taken within the previous 48 hours to get into the venue. The TOMCC will be on stand 2A02 in Hall 2 - not too far away from the Triumph stand so make sure you visit and say hello to our volunteer stand staff.
The show is on from the 4th December until the 12th December.
The NEC requires proof of vaccination or a negative test before anyone can enter the venue:
On presenting this proof on-site, the individual will be given a coloured wristband that will allow access to the venue for 48 hrs. After 48hrs (if you require access to the building / show again), you will need to repeat the process, and be given another (different coloured wristband) that will cover the next 48 hrs. A full list of ways to demonstrate your negative test or double jab can be found on the NEC website.
This entry system will apply to every day of the show tenancy including build up and breakdown. Please ensure stand contractors and delivery drivers are made aware of these protocols.
For detailed, up to date information on all elements of gaining access to the NEC for Motorcycle Live and the COVID protocols that you will need to adhere to click here.
Whilst at the show there are no hard and fast rules laid down in terms of activity on stands. The show staff recommend the following:
- A common sense approach to stand design, allowing for product distribution, along with staff and visitor movement within the area should be considered. Enclosed offices and meeting rooms are examples of design which need to be considered and designed out where possible.
- For stands with touch points that will see high volumes of traffic (handlebars etc) , please consider regularly cleaning / wiping with suitable surface wipes.
- If you or any member of your team lose the sense of taste or smell, develop a persistent cough, have a temperature or demonstrate flu symptoms, please take the following steps, but please do not attend the medical centre:
- Inform the stand manager or person in charge.
- Please leave the show immediately.
- Stand manager or responsible person to inform the Organiser office.
- It is recommended that a PCR test is taken.
- Ask remaining staff to undertake a lateral flow test at the end of that day.
The main thing is that you, your team and of course the visitors have an enjoyable and safe time at Motorcycle Live.
Please be assured, the safety of you, your team and the general public is at the forefront of their planning, whilst at the same time maintaining the ability to deliver an amazing event for the Industry. Adoption, or at least consideration of these recommendations, whilst at the same time adhering to the entry protocols, should allow them to deliver the event the Industry is hoping for, and with your support and cooperation they can only look forward to a great success.