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Safety & Security

Below are safety resources recommended by Go Hawaii, the official Hawaii Island travel website. Safety Tips for Hawaiian Travelers | Go Hawaii

Covid-19 Precautions

As of May 5th 2023, the World Health Organization (WHO) no longer constitutes Covid-19 as a global public health emergency. While Covid-19 has been on the decline, the Indoor Air 2024 conference is taking safety measures to mitigate potential health risks. 

  • Good Ventilation: The Hawaii Convention Center is open air

Personal Safety

  • Keep valuables in your hotel room or a hotel safe. When out for the day, keep essentials with you. 
  • Keep an eye on your belongings while on the beach.
  • If you must leave items in the trunk of your vehicle, place them there prior to arriving at your destination.
  • Carry travelers checks instead of large amounts of cash. Divide your money and credit cards.
  • Do not leave your sliding glass door or screen open.

Land Safety

  • Don’t risk your life for a selfie.
  • Stay on designated trails/paths.
  • Going out on edges could lead to a collapse.


At Indoor Air, we believe that every person has the right to feel valued, respected, and included. We are committed to creating an environment where all attendees feel welcome regardless of their race, ethnicity, nationality, gender, sexual orientation, age, religion, and any other aspect of their identity. We strive to foster a culture of inclusion through our policies, practices, and behaviors to build a stronger and more innovative indoor air revolution. 

Please reference Go Hawaii,, to learn more safety tips before the Indoor Air 2024 convention. 


Indoor Air 2024 is proud to be a part of the Hawai’i Convention Center Carbon Offset Program.

HCC Carbon Offset Program

  • This is a first-of-its-kind program that provides carbon offset opportunities for all meetings and events.
  • Through the planting of endemic Hawaiian trees, your meeting at the Hawai’i Convention Center can be 100% carbon neutral.
  • This is an expansion of the Center’s One Million Trees initiative, which partners with the world’s only program to reforest native and endemic trees in Hawai‘i for certified carbon credits.

How does it work?

  • Each meeting’s carbon footprint is automatically calculated based on the meeting space used and # of days (movein/out included), and an equivalent carbon offset program cost will automatically be calculated.
  • The Center will then offset the meeting’s carbon footprint through the planting of endemic Hawaiian trees here in Hawai‘i.
  • The Center partners with Hawai‘i-based Legacy Carbon, which is dedicated to providing the highest quality certified carbon offsets in the world.
  • Carbon offsets are generated through the planting of more than 500,000 endemic trees right here in the islands and are certified through the Swiss-based Gold Standard—the most rigorous standard on earth.
  • Legacy Carbon was first certified in 2015 and is still the only certified offset project of any kind in Hawaii.
*Credit: Hawai’i Convention Center