Event and Meeting Vaccination Policy
Fredericton Chamber of Commerce
Event and Meeting Vaccination & Masking Policy
Updated November 3, 2021
In accordance with provincial government requirements, attendees at Fredericton Chamber of Commerce events must:
- Show government-issued ID and proof that they have been fully vaccinated with a COVID-19 Health Canada-approved vaccine (or have a written medical exemption);
- Wear a facemask at all times other than while seated and eating/drinking;
- Comply with any other government regulations in force at the time of the event or meeting that may not be covered by this policy.
Please ensure that if you are purchasing tickets for other individuals, they are aware of these requirements and are prepared to show proof to venue staff, event staff or event volunteers prior to entry.
In accordance with provincial government requirements, attendees of in-person meetings at the Fredericton chamber office, or off-site, must show a government-issued ID and proof that they have been fully vaccinated with a COVID-19 Health Canada-approved vaccine (or have a written medical exemption).
A virtual option will be offered where possible for individuals that are not fully vaccinated or who otherwise wish to attend virtually.
Third parties may rent the chamber boardroom for use for either a half day or a full day. The “in-person meetings” policy (above) applies to individuals attending meetings in the chamber boardroom hosted by a third party. The third party is responsible for ensuring that all individuals attending the chamber office are fully vaccinated (or have a written medical exemption), show government-issued id, and must provide this information to the Chamber.
We welcome visitors who may have a brief, impromptu visit to the chamber office space (I.e. pickup / drop off). All visitors must wear a mask prior to entering the chamber office.
All employees of the Fredericton Chamber of Commerce are required to be fully vaccinated with a COVID-19 Health Canada-approved vaccine and show proof of same to the chamber’s CEO, who will place a confirmation of vaccination status in each employee file. Any new hires, whether full-time, part-time, casual, student, intern, work placement or any other classification of employees must be fully vaccinated prior to employment with the chamber.