With the resurgence of COVID-19 in Victoria and New South Wales and the changes to restrictions evolving, we have made the decision to postpone this year’s conference until 24-27 February 2021. This decision supports our commitment to put the health and safety of delegates, sponsors, staff, families, colleagues and communities first. We encourage you to continue to check the NSW Health and NSW Government websites for the latest
information on restrictions.
The RMA Conference team commit to continuing to communicate with you over the weeks and months ahead and encourage you to refer to the Refund and Cancellation Policy for further details.
Health and Safety
The conference organisers will consult with government authorities, the conference venue and COVID-19 clinical advisors to ensure all regulations and health and safety measures are in place at RMA20. However, the risk of transmission of viral illness, including COVID-19, remains and this must be considered by all attendees for their own personal circumstances, including any health condition or vulnerability that they may have, or that of persons they will be in close contact with following attendance at RMA20. It is important to note, for a small number of people, COVID-19 has very serious health consequences. By attending RMA20, attendees acknowledge and accept these risks.
It is recommended all attendees download the Australian Government COVIDSafe app, and have it running on their phones with Bluetooth enabled at all times throughout the duration of the conference, including pre- and post- conference activities.
Due to COVID-19, additional venue restrictions will apply at RMA20. Information will be continually updated and communicated via the various conference communication platforms.
The current entry conditions are as follows:
- Anyone unwell or experiencing COVID-19 symptoms (no matter how minor) in the days prior to the event must notify the conference organisers before arrival at RMA or any of the pre-conference activities
- Anyone unwell or experiencing COVID-19 symptoms (no matter how minor) after arrival at RMA or any of the pre-conference activities must self-isolate immediately and contact the conference organisers
- Social distancing must be practised at all times keeping 1.5m between yourself and others
- Wash and sanitise hands regularly
- Cough or sneeze into your elbow followed by hand washing and sanitising
- The wearing of masks is encouraged, but currently not mandatory
- Do not bring bulky items as there will be no cloaking facilities available
- Do bring your own personal supply of items such as hand sanitiser, disinfectant wipes, gloves and masks. (Conference organisers will have additional supplies onsite)
- All venue staff and RMA crew must be respected at all times as they are responsible for the oversight and management of the pre-approved RMA health and safety plans
For details on how the Crowne Plaza Hunter Valley (RMA20 venue) are keeping COVID-safe, click here.