COVID-19 Delegate Information

Please see below important COVID-19 safety information with regards to in-person attendance at the 2-4 May 2022 All-Actuaries Summit.

In order to protect all delegates, if you have any COVID-19 symptoms, please do not attend the conference.

Upon arrival at the Summit, all delegates are required to visit the ‘COVID Vaccination Check Point’ (located next to the registration desk), to provide proof of full vaccination status to the Events Team, as per the Actuaries Institute’s COVID-19 vaccination policy which was approved by the Board on Wednesday 1 December 2021 as follows.

  • All Members and Non-Members need to be vaccinated to attend any Actuaries Institute events, committee meetings and social meetings in person, whether they are held at Institute HQ, or another venue in Australia or overseas.
  • Proof of double (or triple if eligible) vaccination will be required on site.  
  • For those who are unable to get a vaccination due to health requirements, an exemption certificate and proof of a negative Rapid Antigen Test result within the last 72 hours will be required. 

It is recommended that in-person delegates:

  • carry a mask with them;
  • wear a mask indoors, where social distancing is not possible;
  • where possible, maintain a 1.5 metre distance from others; and
  • use hand sanitiser and practice good hygiene.

If you test positive for COVID-19 within 7 days of attending the Summit in-person:

  • Please notify the Events Team via as soon as possible. The Events Team will notify other Summit attendees and encourage them to monitor their symptoms and get tested. You will remain anonymous. The Actuaries Institute values your privacy and is committed to safeguarding your personal information.  View our Privacy Policy.

Guidelines for exposure to a person positive with COVID-19

The Actuaries Institute will notify attendees ASAP, if a positive case is detected during the Summit.

Safe Networking

Delegates may indicate their preferred approach to in-person networking, by visiting the COVID Vaccination Check Point (located next to the registration desk) and adding one of the below stickers to their nametags:

  • Green = Comfortable to network / Open to handshakes and high-fives
  • Yellow = Hesitant about networking / No physical contact, but happy to chat
  • Red = Not comfortable networking / Keeping my distance right now

Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre Venue Safe Plan

The VenueSafe Plan is MCEC’s COVIDSafe Plan that allows events to take place at MCEC, subject to the approved COVIDSafe practices outlined in the plan being in place.

Staff serving food and beverages will be wearing masks.

Please also see MCEC Conditions of Entry.

Victorian Government Guidelines and Information

Please find below the most up to date information from the Victorian government.

We are really looking forward to welcoming you back to the All-Actuaries Summit in-person.

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to email the Events Team