COVID-19 Policy

ACS has implemented the following guideline addressing COVID-19, as the health and safety of our members and all meeting attendees are of utmost importance. 

We appreciate your understanding and adherence to these guidelines when you attend ACS 2022.

Disclaimer of Liability

The Organising Committee will not accept liability for damages of any nature sustained by participants or their accompanying persons or loss of or damage to their personal property as a result of the meeting or related events.

By registering for and attending the ACS conference, you are also indicating your acceptance of the ACS 2022 COVID-19 Policy (below).

Disclaimer of Liability

Attendees and Organising Committee (OC) members need to adhere to current state’s guidelines at a minimum. At the moment masks are not mandated in Victoria, however we recommend you bring your own mask if you feel you are in too crowded a setting. A limited stock of masks (and hand sanitiser) will be available from registration desk. Please note, our choice of venue was determined in part because the spaces are well ventilated and the room dimensions of a generous proportion to avoid overcrowding.

All attendees are strongly encouraged to take a Rapid Antigen Test (RAT) within 24 hours of attending ACS 2022.  Please take a photo showing the date of a negative result and keep on file.

If you are showing cold and flu symptoms we kindly ask you to refrain from attending ACS2022. Our excellent organising team may possibly be able to reassign your registration credentials to another person, however this cannot be guaranteed on short notice.

Attendees need to be aware that ACS will not be responsible for any additional expenses incurred by an attendee, including costs associated with extra accommodation / transport (e.g. due to isolation requirements).

If you have any further concerns, please reach out to us!