There are many requirements for booth design and construction. We must know these requirements to better participate in the exhibition. Let me talk about the common requirements for exhibition construction
(1) Qualification review
Large scale exhibitions shall review the design qualification and design drawings of the exhibitors and require the exhibitors to go through the relevant formalities and obtain the on-site construction certificates before the exhibition arrangement and construction.
(2) booth review
Large scale exhibitions have restrictions on the design height of booths. They must not be super high in shape (including the actual height of exhibits). There are strict restrictions on double-layer booths, stairs, ceilings, and protruding extension structures on the top. If there is a high-altitude suspension structure, relevant procedures must be handled, and reliable safety measures must be taken. The booth design, especially the special booth, is generally not allowed to be fully enclosed. The area of individual ones that need to be closed should not exceed 30%. (such as office, contact room, exhibition warehouse, changing room, etc.). The opening of the booth should be convenient for the audience to visit, and it is generally required to open on two or three sides.
(3) exhibition equipment review
Large exhibitions have strict requirements for exhibition tools and stands. Generally, aluminum alloy standard exhibition stands are used, such as octagonal column series, ball joint series, square column series, honing frame series and various plug-in series. For example, if the exhibition equipment with personalized design is used, there are requirements on the structure, materials, and performance of the exhibition equipment. For example, the materials must be fire-proof, the use of plastics, hazardous chemicals and the exhibition equipment with potential safety hazards are restricted. There are written regulations on the supporting electrical appliances and communication. The technical indicators of all electrical appliances must conform to the local technical specifications and use regulations. The on-site installation and commissioning must be conducted according to the regulations and procedures.
(4) exhibition review
The examination of exhibits in large-scale exhibitions is mainly to strictly examine prohibited exhibits, exhibits with potential safety hazards, and exhibits with ultra-high and overweight weight. Specific requirements and regulations in this regard: because different regions, industries and categories of exhibitions have different requirements, exhibitors should accept the review according to the regulations of the current exhibition and handle the relevant exhibition access procedures in time. The transportation, storage and on-site storage of exhibits shall be carried out in accordance with the relevant provisions of the exhibition and relevant procedures shall be handled.
(5) environmental review
Large scale exhibitions have certain requirements for the environment, of which the requirements for exhibition venues are more specific. For example, there are relevant environmental requirements and regulations on logo, color, lighting, sound, sanitation, catering, communication, power, vehicles, media, advertising, security, customs, intellectual property, interpretation, and translation. Where relevant regulations are involved, exhibitors must accept the review and handle according to the regulations and must not make their own opinions. For example, the basic colors (cold color, warm color, intermediate color, etc.) specified in the overall design shall be used. The sound shall not produce noise pollution, and the light shall not produce light pollution. Any unfavorable factors to the exhibition environment must be overcome seriously, and the overall effect must not be affected.
(6) fire control review
The fire protection review is listed separately because of the particularity of fire protection. In addition to obeying the overall fire management of the conference, for each booth, especially for large-area booths, it is required to have a designated person in charge of fire control, and the staff should be familiar with the fire control regulations and the use of fire-fighting equipment. The sign of emergency exit shall be eye-catching. Where there are fire-fighting facilities, the booth shall not be blocked during construction.
(7 )route review
Route review mainly refers to the review of tour routes and the control of pedestrian flow, of which the provision of corridor width and the control of pedestrian flow per unit time are of great importance. To ensure the smooth flow of people, there are parallel, series, radiation, open and so on. The roads are also divided into main roads, branch roads, detours, diversion roads, backup roads (emergency evacuation roads). It is generally required that the exhibits, exhibition tools, billboards, counters, negotiation tables and chairs, TV audio-visual products and commodity packaging boxes in the booth shall not occupy the access, and it is strictly prohibited to cause congestion and congestion in the access.
(8) labor service review
Large scale exhibitions have strict requirements on labor management. All personnel participating in labor construction shall be subject to qualification examination, and construction certificates shall be issued to those who meet the conditions. Some countries (mostly developed countries) stipulate that the workers in the exhibition hall must be registered workers in the trade union. Some also stipulate that exhibitors are not allowed to set up the exhibition by themselves. For example, if you want to nail a nail by yourself in New York, someone will stop you or even take your hammer. This seems ridiculous, but we can’t ignore their rules. In addition to labor, many countries and places also have many regulations on commercial services. Generally, we should understand them in advance and do not act blindly to avoid delaying work.
The above requirements and regulations are the management systems summarized from the long-term exhibition practice of various countries, which are scientific, practical, and timely. We must respect and abide by it, and never take it seriously!