Edmonton Holiday Show: Safety and Security
During the event, organizers will be on-site to assist with directing the crowd and maintaining security. Please let them know if you notice any attendees or participants acting in ways that could be dangerous or damaging to equipment or the venue, or if you notice any safety hazards.
The Expo Centre is extremely secure, however Make It is not responsible for the security of items and equipment at your booth. We recommend taking electronic equipment and cash with you when you leave each night.
Expo Centre staff wear name tags identifying them as such, and our equipment supplier's personnel all wear staff t-shirts that identify them. A possible scam could be for someone to pretend to be part of the venue staff in order to gain access to the area behind exhibitor booths (or other exhibitor areas), where exhibitors often stash laptops, bags, and other personal items. Please don't allow anybody without the proper identification into the back area of your booth.
Whether you (or your staff) are entering the show during the exhibitor entrance before or after show hours or through the front entrance during show hours, you will need to present your Makie button to the security guard in order to enter the venue. If you lose your button, please obtain a new one from Jenna or Brigitte. Please do not pressure the venue to admit you without your Makie credentials -their job is to keep unauthorized people (ie anyone without a button) out of the building in order to keep all of us (and everyone's products!) safe.