THE OHIO EVENT SAFETY
**The OES Reopening Guide has been removed due to the Ohio Department of Health's announcement of Rescinded Public Health Orders on June 02, 2021**
Inspired by the collective effort of hundreds of industry professionals across the state of Ohio, this guide was created to provide interpretation of the current state regulations through the lens of event production.
The recommendations provided are not one-size-fits all. Implementation of any procedure will be influenced by a number of factors including type of facility, services provided, local Department of Health enforcement, and more.
The OES Reopening Guide is specifically tailored to:
Events hosted in Catering & Banquet Facilities as defined by the Dine Safe Ohio Order (Revised June 1st, 2020)
Events serving 300 guests or fewer
Private events with an emphasis on weddings and wedding receptions
At this time, these recommendations have not been endorsed by the Ohio Department of Health or the DeWine Administration. They are presented to provide a snapshot of the industry’s response.
Adherence to these recommendations cannot guarantee an illness-free event, nor assumed compliance with government mandates.
Always review current government orders and consult your local Department of Health for clarification.
This guide is for informational purposes only. It does not and shall not be considered guidance on or an interpretation of past, present or future rules, statutes, orders or regulations which are applicable, directly or indirectly, to our industry. Any use of any information provided in this guide is done at your own discretion and risk and any liability incurred by you is your sole responsibility.