IANA is committed to creating as safe of an event experience as possible for all participants. Participants are considered registered attendees, exhibitors, sponsors, vendors, contractors, speakers, moderators, facilitators, staff, and committee members.
The code of conduct applies to all programming and participation, in-person and virtually, and any social media posts related to the event.
All registrants, virtual and in-person, of Intermodal EXPO 2021, must agree to abide by this Code of Conduct, which applies to every aspect of their participation. If a registrant is non-compliant, and does not comply when asked to do so by IANA staff, IANA may take whatever action it deems appropriate, including revoking credentials and the removal from Intermodal EXPO 2021 (in-person and/or virtual), with the potential to be excluded from future virtual and in-person events.
In-person participants must abide by all social distancing measures put in place at the in-person EXPO.
The following behaviors will not be tolerated:
- Using rude, explicit or harmful language/images.
- Discrimination of any kind.
- Verbal abuse or harassment of any kind.
- Solicitation in the exhibit hall by any company other than a verified exhibitor.
- Disparagement of another company or person.
- Dishonesty or lack of integrity, including impersonating someone other than yourself, either virtually or in-person.
- Disruptive or disorderly conduct/behavior
- Any action taken that creates unsafe conditions
- Violation of IANA’s Antitrust Guidelines.
By registering for Intermodal EXPO 2021, all participants agree not to sell, trade, transfer, or share their event access credentials or promo code (if applicable), unless such transfer is granted by IANA. If IANA determines that you have violated this policy, IANA may cancel your access, retain any payments made by you, and prohibit you from attending any future events.
Registrant also agrees to use any attendee contact information provided in a professional and respectful manner. This includes sorting and segmenting registrant lists in order to identify those that align with the registrant’s needs before sending emails. Registrant further agrees to follow the guidelines set forth by the CAN-SPAM Act when sending email marketing. Read the Federal Trade Commission’s CAN-SPAM Act: A Compliance Guide for Businesses for more information.