Health & Safety

We understand that a degree of uncertainty exists around traveling and attending in-person events because of COVID-19.

Last Updated: April 25, 2022

The National Payroll Institute adheres to applicable Public Health Ontario and local Coronavirus (COVID-19) guidelines.

Ontario Ministry of Health Update:
Following the peak of the Omicron wave, on January 20, 2022, the Ontario government released details of its steps to cautiously and gradually ease public health and workplace safety measures, starting on January 31, 2022. Continued improvements in key indicators have allowed the province to continue to ease public health measures sooner, with the majority of COVID-19 related public health and workplace safety measures lifted on March 1, 2022.

Conference health protocols will be strongly recommending the wearing of accepted face masks in enclosed spaces where social distancing cannot be guaranteed (masks will be provided on-site), event spaces designed to promote social distancing, where possible and sanitizing and disinfection measures.  However, the World Health Organization has classified COVID-19 and its strains as a highly contagious and dangerous disease, The National Payroll Institute cannot eliminate the risk of you being exposed to or contracting COVID-19;

We cannot provide specific risk levels for event activities. It is important to consider your own personal situation and the risk to you, other attendees and staff before participating.

We are actively designing and maintaining pathways and space to ensure physical distancing is in effect to deliver the highest level of hygiene and safety protocols during our event that allow attendees, speakers, exhibitors and sponsors to connect and learn effectively and safely.


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