11 Sep – 13 Sep 2024  | 
Marina Bay Sands, Singapore
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Safety & Hygiene Measures

Important Notice: Only fully vaccinated visitors will be allowed to enter the exhibition

Our Safety and Hygiene Commitment to you.

All Messe Düsseldorf Asia (MDA) events will be run in accordance with the necessary Safe Management Measures and Practices as stipulated by the advisories and guidelines from the Singapore Tourism Board, a statutory board under the Ministry of Trade and Industry. The implemented measures and practices will aid in the smooth running of our events and ensure a safe environment for all participants – exhibitors, visitors, speakers, sponsors, delegates, so you can connect and do business safely, effectively and with confidence. Safety measures will be adapted accordingly as developments and changing regulatory requirements arise.

MDA is committed to maintain these top priorities at all our events. Here’s what you should know:


Enhanced Cleaning

Enhanced cleaning and disinfecting schedules in public areas such as entrances, food concession stands, escalators, lifts, restrooms, etc. will be implemented by Marina Bay Sands. MDA will also schedule periodic disinfectant spraying in common spaces such as registration areas, entrances, exits, walkways as well as meeting rooms. We will work together with our venue partner, in adherence to prevailing sanitation and hygiene measures.

Face Mask

Face Masks will be required to be worn at all times during the exhibition. Further items of PPE, such as face shields, gloves, will be used by participants and staff if appropriate, in line with government and health authority advice.

Hand Sanitisers

Hand Sanitisers will be provided at all points of entry around the venue in our efforts to ramp up effective infection protection. Participants will also be encouraged to regularly wash and disinfect their hands.


Safe Distancing

All MDA events will maintain a density of participants in line with local authority regulations and venue or other relevant guidance. This will be managed through one or more control measures such as pre-show communications to participants, a one-way traffic system around show floors, staggered and expanded entry times, on-site signage and floor markings and on-site physical distance ambassadors.

Networking without physical contact

All MDA events will request that participants avoid physical contact, such as handshakes and embraces, promoting alternative ways to greet business partners. The exchange of printed materials, such as business cards and sales brochures, will also be discouraged, with digital alternatives recommended.

Safety Ambassadors

Safety Ambassadors ,MDA staff and security personnel will be assigned in accordance with government requirements, to assist with implementation of and ensure compliance with all safe distancing measures.

Contactless Registration

Contactless registration including the availability of online registration will be utilised where possible for all participants to reduce touchpoints upon entry.


Trace Together app

Download the Trace Together app and help us support Singapore’s efforts to fight the spread of COVID-19 through community-driven contact. TraceTogether mobile app by the government of Singapore is designed to enhance digital contact tracing efforts via bluetooth signals.


Foreign Participants

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, there are strict restrictions for international travellers who wish to travel to Singapore. Safe Travel Lanes are available to facilitate controlled entry to Singapore. Please click Safe Travel for more details on the categories of travel that are currently allowed, the eligibility, requirements and processes. Other information: TraceTogether for Travellers

Singapore is now open to fully vaccinated travellers! Learn More


Emergency Preparations

MDA and Marina Bay Sands will oversee the development and implementation of the Safe Management Measure (SMM) plans, liaise with STB for review, and ensure awareness and compliance of SMMs throughout the event.

A Lead Officer will be appointed to develop, implement, and handle responses to emergency situations relating to COVID-19. Special staff will also be trained to ensure we are able to respond to situations and carry out procedures relating to COVID-19.

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