African Energy Week (AEW) has the full support of African and global industry leaders and will take place under strict COVID-19 protocols to ensure the safety of attendees.
The event is strategically designed to adhere to government protocols, ensuring that adequate testing and sanitizing facilities are in place while introducing a format that restricts attendee numbers in each venue.
As we prepare to welcome delegates, speakers, exhibitors and more to AEW, the following safety measures have been adopted to ensure a safe and secure event for all who are attending.
Rapid COVID-19 testing will be done each day for delegates via our Health Passport app partners.
Maximum attendee numbers per venue in compliance with government guidelines and venue capacity.
A KN95 or equivalent masks are to be worn over mouth and nose, both indoors and outdoors and at all times.
Standalone sanitation stations will be located throughout the V&A Waterfront venues.
Sanitizing of venue stages and seats will be done in between each speaker session.
All touch points will be sterilized between uses (microphones, chairs, tables etc.)
All venues in use at African Energy Week will be sterilized with UVC light daily.
COVID Marshalls will be placed at each venue and on AEW routes across the V&A Waterfront
Rapid testing will be done each day for all AEW staff via our Health Passport app partners.