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13.)

NO STORAGE OF ANY KIND IS ALLOWED BEHIND BOOTHS OR NEAR ELECTRICAL SERVICE. Materials necessary to the exhibit must be stored within the exhibit. Electrical cords and connectors must be accessible and shall not be covered.

14.)

AREAS ENCLOSED BY SOLID WALLS AND CEILINGS MUST BE EQUIPPED WITH APPROVED SMOKE DETECTORS.

15.)

ALL EMPTY CARTONS OR CRATES MUST BE LABELED AND REMOVED FOR STORAGE OR THEY WILL BE REMOVED AS TRASH. Crates are not to be used as exhibit supports.

16.)

MATERIALS FOR HANDOUTS MUST BE LIMITED TO ONE DAY SUPPLY AND MUST BE STORED NEATLY WITHIN THE BOOTH. All storage must be clear of electric cables or junction boxes.

17.)

FLAMMABLE OR COMBUSTIBLE LIQUIDS ARE PROHIBITED INSIDE OF BUILDINGS EXCEPT AS APPROVED BY THE FIRE SAFETY OFFICE. Flammable thinners, solvents and paints, including aerosol cans, are strickly prohibited within the building.

18.)

ALL FIRE HOSE BOXES MUST BE KEPT COMPLETELY CLEAR. All fire exit signs must be unobstructed.

19.)

9'0" wide aisles are the norm, although the state minimum is 5'0". A minimum of 20'0" in front of any exit/entrance door must be kept clear.

1.)

Hawaii is a right-to-work state and "producer's choice" applies

2.)

If a producer requests/mandates union labor, it is supplied

3.)

90% of the trade shows in Hawaii use non-union labor from the Service Contractor and exhibitors may install/dismantle their own exhibits freely.

LABOR GUIDELINES - FOR ALL HAWAII CONVENTION SITES

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