Welcome students to lesson 2 – An introduction to CAD planning and social distancing.
Along with event creators all over the world, they’ve been watching the COVID-19 pandemic as it evolves. The events industry recognise how difficult this particular situation is, and new venue requirements. Density requirements still apply. The total number of people at a place must not exceed 1 person per 4 square metres. Physical distancing, or social distancing principles also still apply. Every person should attempt to stay at least 1.5 metres from other members of the public.
Food and drinks (including alcoholic drinks) can be consumed by patrons while seated at tables that are physically separate from each other. This could be in a restaurant, café, pub or cellar door. CAD plans must ensure adequate distancing for waiters and staff. (food and beverage catering distancing)
The density requirement of 1 person per 4 square metres still applies for Defined public activities but any given room or enclosed area cannot have more than 20 people present. Where a place has multiple rooms or enclosed areas, the maximum number of people at that place cannot exceed 80 people.
Click Login – Enter your username and Password
Select “Templates” drop down menu (refer image below)
Ensure all plans are Saved & Printed to PDF.
Naming the plan & PDF’s
(Your First Name & Surname Followed by Event Name & Venue Name) e.g John Smith Cocktail Plan Sydney Convention Centre
Please email plan & PDF to firstname.lastname@example.org – Subject Line First Name & Surname Followed by Event Name & Venue Name e.g John Smith Cocktail Plan Sydney Convention Centre
Venue – This is Your Choice
Create a COVID-safe CAD plan using 4sqm rule
Setup a capacity plan using 4 square meter between each guest.
Please use the “person” icon located in your shapes.
*Add the event name at the top of the plan.
*Write the number of guests that can legally fit within the space.
* Use measuring tool