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Please provide a protective floor tray. Ensure that the motor vehicle fuel filler cap is sealed or secured to prevent the unauthorised removal of the fuel cap; Fuel must not be decanted or vehicles filled on the loading dock or in or around the Venue Halls; LPG-powered motor vehicles must have their systems fitted in accordance with AS1425-1989 LPG Gas Fuel Systems for Vehicle Engines. The LPG fuel tank must be isolated from the engine mechanically by closing the ‘Service Tap’ on the fitted fuel tank. The LPG motor vehicle’s engine is to be run until all fuel in the fuel line and converter is exhausted. Vehicles in the exhibition must not be started and run without the prior permission of the Venue. Ignition keys must be secured and strictly controlled by the exhibitor during the exhibition.

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Standing on chairs, tables and other rental furniture is prohibited. Use purpose-designed equipment such as ladders and steps etc. EEA cannot be held responsible for injuries, falls or damage caused by the improper use of this equipment. Please look out and listen for forklifts; Please be aware of overhead works; Please do not obstruct any plant machinery; Please keep the loading dock doors clear at all times; Please maintain clear aisles at all times, keeping product on your stand, and removing packaging and vehicles as soon as is practicable; It is compulsory that ALL contractors, exhibitors and their staff wear safety vests and covered in shoes during move in & move out. Appropriate footwear is essential; NO CHILDREN are allowed in the hall during Move in and Move out. For the purpose of OH&S, children are under 15 years of age; Do not smoke in Exhibition Halls. NO ALCOHOL to be consumed during move in and move out.

Emergency Procedures

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In the event of a partial or complete evacuation of the exhibition halls, exhibitors, staff, contractors and agents are requested to muster in the areas as directed by the venue security staff. The venue public address system will be used to convey evacuation and ‘all-clear’ instructions. Exhibitors are asked to be constantly aware of unidentified packages, cases or bags left on stands. In any

case of doubt the article should not be touched, but security informed, via the Organiser’s Office.

Department of Health

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Contact local council/Dept of Health offices for up-to-date and fully comprehensive guidelines/regulations on the following topics:

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Food Handling demonstrations; Personal grooming exhibits i.e., body piercing, make-up application, etc; Pool/spa water hygiene.

Working at Heights

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A fall from almost any height can result in injury. Exhibitors are required to conduct a risk assessment on the proposed task, and to put in place control measures to prevent injuries caused by falling from heights.

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The task to be performed must be reviewed to ensure suitable access equipment is used. For all tasks involving works from heights, preference should be given to the use of scissor lifts, scaffolding or elevated work platforms. Wherever possible ladders should only be used as a means of access or egress. Only use ladders for light work of short duration if there is no safer alternative. Angle and secure the ladder to prevent slipping (1 out for 4 up). Always make sure ladders are properly maintained. Do not climb past the third top rung. NEVER over-reach.

ELEVATED WORK PLATFORMS ARE AVAILABLE FOR HIRE FOR WORKING AT HEIGHTS. CONTACT CLIFTON PRODUCTIONS FOR DETAILS. PHONE (03) 9416 6844

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