Please pay attention to the following requirements in order to enable a flawless entry:
For the entry of the concert, the so called 3G principle applies: Vaccinated ( digital app with ID proof) , recovered or tested (in this case a negative proof of a PoC -Test from an official test station or a PCR test must be presented).
In addition to this, please make sure to register yourself and each guest on the Germany App – Luca and make sure to bring this with you.
Event title: Anbudan Sid Sriram Swiss+Germany
Event date: 09.04.2022 + 10.04.2022
Venue: Bülach + Dortmund
Details of the organiser:
Organiser: PYS Eventmanagement GbR
Mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Phone number: +49 17657646681
General description of the event
Concept, programme – procedure
– The 3 G principle (Vaccinated, Convalescent, Tested) applies for both countries.
– In Switzerland the Covid Cert App is used and in Germany the Corona Warn App and the Luca App.
Measures in the inlet area
- Separate entrances and exits should be set up to avoid direct contact between oncoming guests.
- Admission personnel control the entry and exit of guests, as there is only one entrance door.
- There are floor markings
- All guests are screened according to the 3-G principle
- Contact data collection before entry in Germany through the Luca App
All persons involved are requested to have a PoC antigen rapid test carried out independently and in advance, as close to the event as possible, at an official testing station. So-called „self-tests“ are not permitted.
A written or electronic certificate of a negative test result of a point-of-care (PoC) antigen test for SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus infection carried out within the last 24 hours,
– A written or electronic certificate of a negative test result from a recent PCR test for SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus infection, no more than 24 hours old,
– Proof that you have been vaccinated with a vaccine approved by the European Union and that the last required vaccination was at least 14 days ago.
There will be staff on site at each event to direct entry and exit. Hygiene notices are posted advising proper hand washing. Disposable paper towels are placed for use to dry hands.
Sanitary facilities that are used are disinfected afterwards by the staff. Blades and door handles are also disinfected regularly.
Kitchen and mobile counter
For events with booking of catering from the house, the food will be produced by our staff with observance of hygiene measures in the kitchen and another staff member will be on the move with a mobile counter in the hall and bring your drinks and food from table to table to the guests.
The menu will be adapted so that the preparation of individual components can be carried out by a maximum of 2 members of staff.
Guest toilets are cleaned regularly.
There are separate disinfection stations in the toilet area. Enough soap is provided at the hand wash basin in the toilet area for this purpose. Paper towels are used to dry hands – waste bins are provided close by.
Hygiene instructions for proper hand washing are posted, along with a hygiene plan for regular disinfection of the restroom area.
Protection of employees
In the admission area (sale and control of admission and control).
All our staff wear hand and nose masks. Each staff member is provided with the necessary number of nose and mouth masks and disposable gloves.
Personal contact between staff should be kept to a minimum. Work procedures and duty rosters should be continually reviewed to ensure that this is the case. Breaks are taken individually at assigned times. Staff are instructed to attend each event already in service dress as far as possible.
Ideally, offices for administrative activities are occupied by only one person or, if necessary, a spit shield is installed between workstations. Work equipment such as computers, telephones, etc. are only used by one person, the owner of the workstation.
Employees are made aware that the event hall is only to be entered if there are no health restrictions.
Establishment of a mask concept
Signposting of areas where mouth – nose protection is mandatory
Obligation to use suitable mouth – nose covering
Provision of suitable mouth-nose covering by the organiser.
The wearing of mouth and nose protection should be made obligatory in the following areas
- Entrance area
- Exit area
- Ticket sales
- Catering area
- Toilet area
Areas where minimum distances cannot be maintained
Backstage or place of retreat (cloakroom)
The backstage entrance and all entrances and exits are equipped with disinfectant dispensers. Each cloakroom space is equipped with sufficient disinfectant and disinfectant wipes.
Outlet management and final cleaning
Exit is via the door on the right-hand side of the hall. This is marked with an arrow.
After each event, the tables and chairs are disinfected. All handrails and door handles are disinfected before, after and during an event.