Updated as of March 24, 2022
We are excited to be holding the upcoming UESI Pipelines 2022 Conference in-person this July in Indianapolis, Indiana.
We are also sensitive to the changing environment with respect to COVID-19 and are dedicated to hosting an event that has the best interests of our guests front of mind. ASCE is committed to holding an event where everyone feels safe. To accomplish this, we have updated our UESI Pipelines 2022 Conference attendee policy concerning COVID-19, which can be found below.
Keeping You Safe
- Please stay with us for up-to-the-minute information on UESI Pipelines 2022 Conference. Registration for the event is now open and we look forward to seeing you there. You can review JW Marriott Indianapolis COVID-19 protocols and practices for more information.
- To mitigate the risk of spread, all participants will be required to provide proof of vaccination against COVID-191. The only exemption to this policy will be religious or medical reasons. All individuals claiming a religious or medical exemption must provide documentation of a negative PCR test taken 72 hours prior to arrival. Attendees who do not provide documentation as per this requirement will not be admitted.
- Where local ordinances do not allow requiring participants to submit proof of vaccination, participants will be required to attest prior to arrival at UESI Pipelines 2022 Conference that they are fully vaccinated or that have obtained a negative PCR test 72 hours prior to arrival. Attendees who do not provide this attestation will not be admitted.
- ASCE will be partnering with third-party vendor to validate that each participant has filed the appropriate documentation to attend.
- In accordance with CDC Masking Guidelines, as of February 25, 2020, ASCE masking guidance is as follows:
- In areas with "low" Covid-19 community levels, there is no recommendation for mask-wearing
- In areas with "medium" levels, CDC advises talking with your doctor about wearing a mask if you're at increased risk for Covid-19.
- In areas with "high" levels, the CDC advises wearing a mask in public indoor settings, including schools
This page will be updated with more information once details are finalized with our third-party validator.
*To be considered fully vaccinated against COVID-19, you must have cleared the two-week waiting period after receiving your second dose of a two-dose vaccine (or two weeks after receiving a one-shot vaccine). This means you will need to have your last vaccine administered no later than July 17, 2022.