At the Scottish Event Campus, our priority remains the safety and wellbeing of our customers, clients and employees. We have introduced a number of additional safety measures, following current guidance and regulations. To ensure safety at events, we all need to play our part.

In line with Scottish Government guidelines, proof of vaccine status or negative test on entry will no longer be required from Monday 28th February. It is strongly recommended that face coverings continue to be worn in indoor crowded spaces, unless exempt, eating, drinking or dancing.

What we need you to do:

Face Coverings

In line with Scottish Government guidelines, it is strongly recommended that face coverings continue to be worn in indoor crowded spaces, unless exempt, eating, drinking or dancing.

Hygiene

Sanitising stations are available throughout the venue for your use. We encourage visitors to sanitise their hands regularly.

Keep Your Distance

Please act responsibly and be considerate to other visitors, giving them time and space where possible to move around, understanding we all have different needs.

Symptom Free

Following Government advice, you should not attend an event if you have tested positive for COVID, are displaying symptoms or are required to self-isolate. Click here for more information on COVID symptoms.


What we are doing:

Ventilation

Ventilation has been increased, improving fresh air circulation by changing our air handling units to draw in fresh air, as opposed to recirculating air.

Cleaning Measures

We have enhanced all cleaning throughout the venue before, during and after your visit. With a focus on high touch point areas.

Contactless

SEC venues operate a cashless system. We will only accept contactless or card payments at our box office, food & drink outlets, merchandise sales points and cloakroom.

Clear Comms

Don’t worry if you forget some of these measures. We’ll be sending reminders with your tickets, via pre-event emails and on all signage throughout our venues.


FAQs

When will the venue re-open for events?

The Scottish Event Campus is now open for events. Please visit the events listing page for details of our current event list including those that have been cancelled or rescheduled.

Is my event cancelled, postponed or rescheduled?

The majority of affected events have been rescheduled or we are still working with the organisers and promoters to find alternative dates. We will be communicating further on an event by event basis and would encourage people to visit the events listing page for the latest events or click here for information on events that have been rescheduled, postponed or cancelled across the campus.

Will I have to wear a face covering?

In line with Scottish Government guidelines, it is strongly recommended that face coverings continue to be worn in indoor crowded spaces, unless exempt, eating, drinking or dancing.

Will I be allowed to bring a bag to the venue?

To allow us to maintain a reduced contact entry process, we would ask visitors to avoid bringing any bags to the venue. If you do require a bag, the maximum size we permit is A3 size and all bags may be searched on entry.

Considering new COVID measures, will I be able to leave the venue and re-enter events, for instance to smoke outside?

To reduce visitor movement around the venue, through entry doors, we would ask that visitors avoid leaving the venue and re-entering again. However, if you choose to leave and re-enter you must have your ticket scanned when leaving and again when re-entering.

I have a disability. How will new COVID measures at the venue affect me?

We’re working hard to consider how new measures in place at the venue will affect all visitors. Some usual services available at the venue (wheelchair hire, sensory packs, etc.) may be altered, but more details of these changes will be communicated to customers. If you have specific questions about your planned visit, please just email us at info@sec.co.uk and one of our team will be happy to answer.

If you have any further questions, please email us at info@sec.co.uk.

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