Attendee Safety Resources

Attendee safety is a top priority for Digital Summit. We desire for all attendees to have an enjoyable, educational and safe Digital Summit experience.

This page may be updated. Please check back regularly – contents are subject to change.

Regarding the current Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak (Updated March 2, 2020)

The Digital Summit event is proceeding as planned. The World Health Organization’s recommendation is that travelers practice usual precautions. We will continue to monitor the situation closely and will provide updates as necessary.

We are working with the venue to ensure that the facility has an ongoing health and safety plan and adequate sanitization stations are in place.

We encourage all attendees to become familiar with the World Health Organization’s suggested safety precautions, which include:

  • Washing your hands for 20 seconds and using alcohol based hand sanitizer
  • When coughing and sneezing, cover mouth and nose with flexed elbow or tissue – discard tissue immediately into a closed bin
  • Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth with unwashed hands

We ask that any attendees who are feeling unwell, to not attend in person and instead take advantage of the recorded sessions which will be available online.

If you cannot attend for any reason and need assistance accessing the recorded sessions or slides, simply, drop us a note to

Official Venue Statement

Click to download an official statement from the Overland Park Convention Center.

Emergency and Non-Emergency Contact Information

The following is general safety information and not intended to be a comprehensive guide.

  • For all emergencies, contact Police, Fire, and EMS by dialing 911
  • For onsite non-emergencies please see a member of the Digital Summit team who will be happy to assist.
General Safety Guidelines
  • Always exercise common sense and good judgment when traveling to and from the Summit and while attending any event function.
  • If you see someone acting suspicious or see something suspicious please reach out to a member of the Digital Summit team and let them know.
  • Look out for others. If you are aware of someone who is ill or needs help, inform a member of venue staff or security, or in an emergency call 911
  • Carry details of any medications and allergies with you.
  • Remain hydrated by drinking plenty of water.
  • Take note of where you have parked your vehicle. Refrain from parking in tow away or non designated parking zones.
  • When parking, lock your vehicle and never leave valuables or personal items on display.
  • If crossing a road to the venue, only cross in designated crosswalks and follow the direction of any security/parking assistants and crossing signage/instructions.
  • If an alarm sounds, evacuate immediately. Follow directions from First Responders and venue staff.
  • If you lose property such as a purse or wallet containing credit cards, Driver’s License please notify venue and conference staff and if not recovered, please file a police report and cancel cards immediately.
  • Do not leave personal belongings unattended and keep bags and electronics with you at all times. For your convenience, you can also check a bag or coat at our onsite bag check area and utilize the drop off charging station to recharge any electronics.
Code Of Conduct

By attending or participating in Digital Summit, you agree to abide by the Code of Conduct.


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Make the most of your Digital Summit… have a great time, stay safe and contact venue or event staff if you need help with anything to make your experience more comfortable or productive.