Health & Safety
NFMT 2022 Health & Safety Considerations
NFMT 2022 is continually reviewing city, state and CDC guidelines and will comply with any recommended measures in March to provide participants with a high level of comfort attending NFMT in Baltimore. Here are the current steps we are taking to creating a healthy and safe NFMT 2022 event, the procedures are being review on an ongoing basis by NFMT management.
City of Baltimore Mask Mandate - Effective August 9, 2021, the Baltimore City Health Commissioner requires all Baltimore City residents and visitors to wear masks while indoors.
Contactless Registration — print your own badge
Mobile App — for up to the minute information on your own device
Masks will be required of everyone in all indoor public spaces regardless of COVID-19 vaccination status
Colored ribbons (Red, Yellow, Green) will be used to indicate your personal comfort level with physical contact
Hand sanitizer stations will be placed throughout the conference and expo hall
Additional cleaning protocols in exhibit hall include:
The Baltimore Convention Center received a GBAC STAR accreditation for facilities in September of 2020. Our ongoing commitment to training and education includes certification of more than 60 employees as Certified Custodial Technicians through ISSA, the Worldwide Cleaning Industry Association.
Visit Baltimore is working closely with all area hotels to ensure heath protocols are being met.
Dedicated first aid personnel will be available on site
Encourage proper and frequent handwashing
Participations should only participate in-person if they feel healthy
Stay home if you feel sick, have a fever and/or a sudden loss of taste or smell
High-risk attendees should take extra consideration before joining in person
Please respect other attendees level of comfort regarding social distance