ORLANDO, Fla. – The Orange County Convention Center (OCCC) unveiled its Recovery and Resiliency Plan on June 3, focusing on a three-pronged strategy to safeguard clients, attendees, and employees.
Developed in accordance with policy recommendations from the Centers of Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Orange County government, and state and federal mandates, the OCCC’s plan relies on the best available data, science, and research.
Following a three-pronged strategy, the OCCC will phase in modified operations by:
- Implementing guidelines, developed in consultation with Orange County’s Health Services Department, which aim to protect clients, guests, and attendees, and provide a framework for business continuity at the facility;
- Pursuing the Global Biorisk Advisory Council’s (GBAC) Star Accreditation, which provides third-party validation to ensure the implementation of protocols in response to biorisk situations; and
- The OCCC will collaborate and partner with the local central Florida healthcare system for expert guidance and on-site support in the form of temperature checks, screenings, and telemedicine visits.
“By providing a responsible, data-driven plan, The Center of Hospitality is securing its future as a venue and as an economic driver for the destination and the industry,” said OCCC executive Director Mark Tester. “After weeks of extensive preparations, planning, and training, the OCCC is excited to welcome back clients, attendees, and employees.”