by Alex Palmer | May 22, 2020
Meetings can only come back when attendees feel comfortable enough to attend, points out Jonathan Spero, CEO of InHouse Physicians, an organization that provides medical professionals for corporate meetings and events. According to Spero, every event will need to have a health-security plan, which clearly lays out the steps being taken to protect the health of every meeting stakeholder. That includes a comprehensive approach for preventing the spread of COVID-19 at the event, detecting when attendees are sick and being able to quickly respond and manage an outbreak, should it occur.

We spoke with Spero about how planners should develop health security plans, including what resources they should consult as they try to determine when when it's safe to hold the event and what changes the meetings industry will need to make to recover from this crisis. Read the full story on NorthstarMeetingsGroup.com for tips on how to create a comprehensive health-security plan for your event.