Stay healthy and safe in Denver at the hotel and expo all. Be sure you’re familiar with the protocols before you arrive.

See our latest Health & Safety Acknowledgment.

What safety and health protocols will be in place to protect people who attend in person?         

The IEC Convention & Expo 2021 safety plan includes a range of protective measures designed to safeguard the health and safety of all conference attendees, exhibitors and IEC staff. All individuals who attend the in-person conference in Denver will be required to follow established safety and health protocols.      

To ensure a safe event for all, our current safety plan includes the following:       

What We Expect of Attendees          

Attendees must wear a face covering as required by each respective venue and government mandate.  To date, masks are required for all unvaccinated individuals at Hyatt properties and strongly encouraged indoors at all other convention venues.  

Attendees will be asked to follow good hygiene practices, including washing hands frequently, using hand sanitizer and maintaining physical distancing when possible.     

What IEC Will Do       

IEC will follow all venue protocols for session seating.         

IEC will work with venues to ensure that regular cleaning protocols are followed throughout the event.

The IEC  safety team will continue to evaluate these and additional protocols to mitigate risk of infection during the in-person event so you can have a safe, enjoyable conference experience.        

IEC will continue to provide any additional updates on the convention website.   

Please note that attending an in-person event presents an inherent risk of exposure to communicable disease. By attending this event, you voluntarily accept all risks related to exposure from communicable disease and agree to not hold IEC or its representatives liable for any illness or injury. You agree to follow all safety protocols issued by IEC.          

Is there a maximum number of people allowed to attend a session?         

Yes. Each meeting room in the convention center and at the hotel has capacity limits, and seating is based on a first come, first-seated basis.