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A person must be appointed who is responsible for health and safety matters on the stand during move in, move out and during the duration of the show. Keep clear aisle ways, as indicated on the floor plans, at all times. During the move in and move out periods, your staff and sub-contractors should be constantly reminded of the need for vigilance regarding the health and safety of themselves and those working in their vicinity. Any violations or concerns regarding any of the above points should be reported to our on site Safety Officer or to the Exhibitions & Events Australia office located on site. Portable electric tools must be used with the minimum length of trailing leads and such equipment should not be left unattended with a live power supply to it. Electrical cables must not cross aisle ways and fire exits. All portable electrical equipment should have a current inspection tag attached, and when in use, should be connected to a Residual Current Device. Before starting work overhead, the area directly beneath the workplace is to be cleared and cordoned off with signage displayed to indicate overhead work is in progress. No work is to be carried out above any person. Operatives should wear suitable protective clothing relevant to their job, which includes, but not limited to, eye, hearing, foot, head and hand protection. Work areas should be maintained free from general waste and packaging materials, which could be hazardous to operatives. All parking restrictions and speed limits must be adhered to. Fire exits and emergency equipment must not be obstructed. You must ensure that portable power equipment is used for the purposes for which they were designed and that re-wired units comply with regulations before they are installed on site. Exhibitors are responsible for the safe use and storage of flammable liquids and substances and segregation from waste and other risk areas. Proper scaffolding must be used during the construction of any building within the halls, safety features of the scaffolding is provided as per laid down standards, and that any tower scaffold in use is properly stabilised and propped.

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Specific Work Practices

Aisles and Aisle Clearways:

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Aisles are public walkways and must not be used to display goods or to approach visitors. When conducting product demonstrations on your stand, you must place your demonstration counter at least one meter back from the front of your stand, to avoid crowds obstructing aisles; Exits and emergency equipment must not be obstructed; Aisle ways and fire exits should be clear of general waste and packaging materials, this includes the

period during move in and move out.

Fire Risk:

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The use of readily flammable material in stand construction, e.g. crepe paper, corrugated cardboard, straw, hay bales, untreated hessian, polystyrene or PVC sheet (except on floors as a protective membrane) is prohibited unless you have venue approval. Where sawdust, tan bark or wood chips (of reasonable size) is used to decorate floors, a protective membrane must be laid first and the chips kept slightly moist at all times.

Stand Construction and Design:

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Proper scaffolding must be used during the construction of any building within the venue hall. Please ensure that all safety features of the scaffolding are adhered to as per applicable regulations, and that any tower scaffold in use is properly stabilised and propped; Materials used for stand construction or display purposes must conform to the Building Code of

Australia and be:

U s Of non combustible material; Of inherently non flammable materials; e f l a m e - p r o o f e d f a b r i c ( d o c u m e n t e d e v i d e n c e o f s u c h m u s t b e p r o v i d e d ) ;

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Where your stand has a ‘ceiling or ‘canopy :

  • The material used must be flame-proof (documented proof of such must be provided);

  • You must have a current/valid fire extinguisher and smoke detector on your stand;

The Venue requires that stands are open for visual inspection at all times. No stands are to be enclosed by any fabric or material at any time.

Lighting on your stand:

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Lighting must be industry-approved: HPM Series 600, 500W are available from all leading lighting and hardware suppliers.

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