EXHIBITOR DESIGNATED CONTRACTOR (EDC)
By definition, an Exhibitor Designated Contractor (EDC) is a company or person that the exhibitor appoints to provide services on the show floor during move-in, move-out and/or show days. These companies must meet the Show Management insurance guidelines as noted below. Some examples would be van lines, computer equipment suppliers, office equipment suppliers, companies installing and dismantling booth properties, exhibit designers, etc.
Registration will open on March 18, 2013.
The EDC is required to submit copies of Certificates of Insurance for worker's compensation insurance, comprehensive general liability insurance and automobile liability insurance. Copies of the Certificates of Insurance should be submitted to Show Management by June 8. The worker's compensation and employer's liability insurance must provide a minimum limit of $100,000 and meet the requirements established by the State of California. Comprehensive general liability coverage must provide $1,000,000 combined single limit bodily injury and property damage liability. SEMI must be named additional insured as respect to general liability for SEMICON West 2013 and Intersolar North America. Automobile liability should include all owned, non-owned, and hired vehicles with limits of $1,000,000 combined single limit. Umbrella liability is acceptable to meet above minimum requirements.
The EDC agrees that it will indemnify and hold harmless Show Management and the Official General Services Contractor from any action resulting in injury or damage to persons or property caused by an act of omission, negligence or misconduct on the part of the EDC or any of its agents, servants, employees or contractors.
MOSCONE WORK PERMITS
The EDC must have the following current documents on file with Moscone Center:
- A Certificate of Insurance; and an Additional Insured Endorsement form
- A San Francisco Business License
Notify SEMI of your EDC company in the Exhibitor Console / e-Booth by June 7, 2013.