TRSA is committed to providing our members with the safest environment while attending in-person events. Safety measures have been put in place to ensure that everyone has a healthy experience while onsite. Here are some of the steps that we are taking to create a safe environment for everyone. Additional details will be provided at the event; if you have questions, please contact TRSA’s Director of Events, Salita Jones.
- Upon arrival, event attendees must sign the TRSA COVID-19 Questionnaire to confirm that they do not have symptoms of COVID-19 on the first day they are attending the event
- This also provides information for contact tracing purposes
- Temperature checks will be administered at registration and then on each day before entering the event.
- Attendees will receive a different colored wristband every morning to confirm they have been cleared to participate.
- Masks will be required on-site at all times in public areas.
- TRSA will have extra masks available at the registration table, along with hand sanitizer
- Hand sanitizer stations will be positioned throughout the venue
- Appropriate signage and floor decals to reinforce social distancing and other safety reminders will be prominently displayed throughout the event
As a reminder, if you are experiencing any of the following symptoms, please consider sending someone else in your place:
- Temperature over 100.4 F
- Loss of taste or smell
- Dry cough
- Runny nose
- Sore throat
Special considerations for March 24-25, 2021 Legislative Conference & Awards Dinner
As face-to-face meetings are not allowed on the Hill due to the pandemic, attendees will meet with their representatives via virtual meeting. Participants of these meeting will require the use of a personal WiFi enabled laptop, tablet or smart phone. TRSA will have designated safe, socially distant spaces with WiFi for attendees to connect their laptops and conduct meetings. You also have the option to participate in these meetings from your personal hotel room.