Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre prepares for events from July

The Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre has announced it will recommence operations from the start of July following the Malaysian government’s announcement to allow the resumption of domestic business events of up to 250 participants with the necessary precautions in place.

In preparation for its reopening, the centre has proactively refined its comprehensive venue standard operating procedures (SOPs) in line with government requirements, to deliver a controlled and regulated environment to protect and provide reassurance to employees, guests and attendees.

As part of this, the centre has prepared its venue operations team and created product offerings to accommodate flexible terms, adaptable spaces and meeting design plans and capacities to satisfy all required protocols.

The centre’s SOPs include controlled access points for attendees with temperature checks; declaration forms and guests asked to use hand sanitiser and encouraged to wear masks; capacity controls and new event set-ups and layouts to enable social distancing measures; enhanced plans for controlling movement around the venue; queue management and F&B provision; increased frequency of cleaning and disinfecting in all spaces; new protocols to reduce touchpoints, including contactless transactions, air quality control measures, and monitoring systems.