Event Staffing Guidelines
The Washington State Convention Centers Admission Control and Crowd Management Plan and Union Contract in effect at the Licensed Term shall apply to the Event. Responsibilities of an Admission Attendant applies to:
Badge checking, access control into licensed space, ticket taking, coat check, parcel check, ushering, crowd control, and directional assistance.
The WSCC shall determine minimum Admission Attendant staffing levels required for all event activities.
Transportation Attendants & Transportation Management Plan
The WSCC Transportation Management Plan (TMP) and procedures in effect at the Licensed Term shall apply to the Event. At this time, the Convention Center’s TMP applies to:
Truck Staging, Hand-Carried Freight, Coordination with Other Events, Pedestrian Access, Shuttle Buses, Attendee Transportation Alternatives, Convention Center Parking, Remote Parking, Taxi/Bus Load/Unload, & Private Auto Load/Unload.
The WSCC reserves the right to set the final staffing levels and hours of operation required for the safe execution of the Event. The event organizer shall only use WSCC Transportation Attendants for all TMP functions. Seattle Police Officers, if required for street traffic control, will be at the event organizer’s expense.
Police / Emergency Medical Technician Staffing
When required, the WSCC will arrange the scheduling of Seattle Police Department (SPD) officers and/or Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) personnel during Event hours. The WSCC reserves the right to set the final, minimum staffing levels and hours of staffing required by the event. The WSCC's exclusive contractor for EMT services shall be the provider of EMT services during the Event.
The following services are NOT provided by the WSCC:
Security services such as Exhibit Floor Security, Overnight Security, and Bag Inspection must be contracted for separately at the event organizer’s sole expense. Contractors hired for these services may NOT provide any event access control. The event organizer shall review any additional security requirements with the WSCC prior to engaging an outside contractor for said services. Other than “sworn officers” with legal jurisdiction (i.e. Seattle Police Officers, King County Sheriffs Officers, Washington State Patrol Officers) no armed guards shall be hired for any security services.