Out of courtesy to our speakers and attendees, we require that all cell phones be turned off during sessions and meetings.
In maintaining a high standard of environmental awareness and compliance, this meeting is designated non-smoking. To the best of our ability, recycled and recyclable food-and-beverage containers will be used, with segregated refuse containers readily available. Event food and beverage menus will offer alternatives for health and dietary preference where possible. Paper and cardboard will be collected and recycled.
The Wi-Fi zone offers you the opportunity to get online with your own laptop. SETAC is not responsible for any damages or loss of data caused by accessing this connection. (Printing capabilities will not be provided.) Viewing web sites that are controversial or in questionable taste is strictly prohibited. Such use could warrant loss of Wi-Fi zone privileges.
Recording, photographing, interviewing not allowed
No attendee at a SETAC meeting may record, film, tape, photograph, interview or use any other such media during any presentation, display or exhibit without the express, advance approval of the executive director of SETAC North America. This policy applies to all SETAC members, non-members, guests and exhibitors, as well as members of the print, online or broadcast media. (See also Media Policy.)
SETAC has established several guidelines in order to prevent disruptions and ensure an atmosphere of science-based discourse among speakers and attendees. Please visit the press center for more information.
Photographs will be taken at the Gulf Oil Spill Focused Topic meeting. By registering for this meeting, you agree to allow SETAC to use your photo in any SETAC-related publication or website.