Looking after participants´ health and well-being is our first priority at the Peter Drucker Forum. Present government policy explicitly mandates the following arrangements at events numbering more than 100 people. They will be continuously updated as COVID-related restrictions are eased.

  • The organiser has prepared a plan for holding the event (prevention strategy) that includes how the “Rules for holding the Global Peter Drucker Forum 2020” will be adhered to.
  • A minimum distance of 1 metre between participants will be maintained.
  • Wearing a face mask is mandatory if the minimum distance cannot be kept temporarily. (Speakers giving a presentation or persons who remain at their seat or in a specifically labelled area are not required to wear a face mask.)    
  • Food and drinks are served in accordance with the rules of conduct and recommendations for hospitality.
  • The organiser will keep an attendance list that is in compliance with the General Data Protection Regulation. If a participant is suspected or confirmed to have contracted COVID-19, the attendance list will be made available to authorities for contact tracing. 
  • Seating is arranged in a chess pattern.
  • Supervisors are selected in advance. They ensure that the event participants find and leave their seats in a controlled manner
  • Small (reduced) teams take care of the event set-up and take-down.  
  • External service providers (e.g. interpreters, technology firms and catering companies) have been instructed about the hygiene measures and necessary rules of conduct before the event and have agreed to adhere to them. To comply with hygiene requirements, additional hygiene measures have been implemented, e.g. installing disinfectant dispensers; keeping doors open permanently.
  • Displays and devices that are to be tested by event participants are disinfected by staff after every use. 
  • Methods for directing the flow of participants through the event rooms with attendants and/or other measures (e.g. floor marking, room dividers, signal light systems) are implemented.  
  • The programme and schedule of the event are planned in a way that reduces close contact between persons.
  • The Austrian COVID-19 Hotline is 1450, call in the event of a suspected COVID-19 infection


In the entrance/registration area

In the event building