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Staying Safe at In-Person Conferences

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The Best Ways to Keep Safe During Your In-Person Depositions, Meetings, and More

As the months go on, many businesses have decided to return to their physical offices with at least partial capacity. Attending meetings, conferences, and depositions once seemed like a simple fact of life, but they now seem like something that many professionals have to relearn how to conduct in order to remain safe.

The best way to do this is to create a safe, socially distant conference space. For those impromptu meetings that you don’t want to travel for, here are a few ways your office can do this:

  • Limit the amount of people in the meeting to only those who have to be there (no extra people to take notes).
  • If the room is sat up with a long table, keep a seat or two between each person
  • If possible, set up several small tables so each person can have their own designated space.
  • Give each person ample space when entering and exiting the room.
  • Bring your own supplies and do not borrow from others.
  • Wear a mask.

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