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A reference to ‘you’ and ‘your’ in these terms and conditions is a reference to each vendor; and a reference to ‘your personnel’ is a reference to your employees, contractors, sub-contractors, employees of sub-contractors, labour hire employees, work experience students, volunteers and any other representatives engaged by you for the Festival. APPLICATION PROCESS

Acceptance emails will be sent within three weeks of applications closing. Please ensure you have given the correct email address as this will be the main source of communication. In the event your application is unsuccessful, you will also be notified via email. m gasol nba If your application is successful, you will receive a Vendor Information Pack in August.

Trade sites must be completely set up before 8.00am on Friday 4 th September. All display equipment, stock, vehicles etc. must remain on site until the close of Festival, approximately Midnight Saturday 5 th October. Our Safety Officer will advise once the site has been cleared and vehicle movement is allowed. All sites must be vacated by 2.00pm on Sunday 6 th October and the site must be left in a clean and tidy condition prior to your departure.

No infrastructure is included in site cost. Trade sites needing to hire a marquee will need to book directly with our preferred local supplier – Country Wedding and Event Hire. This marquee booking is a separate arrangement between you and the hire company. As part of an agreement we have with this supplier, all marquees ordered by you will be erected on your allocated site prior to your arrival. No flooring, lighting or furniture will be provided for marquees unless prior arrangements have been made by you.

For the third year in a row we will be engaging Glownet to operate the cashless payment system. All vendors MUST participate and offer customers the option to pay using RFID. gas x side effects liver Vendors may also take payment using eftpos or cash. The Deni Ute Muster holds all funds generated by RFID and will transfer payments on Wednesday 9 th October 2019 along with a report. If you are unsure about this system and would like more information before applying, please call Muster HQ. VISUAL APPEARANCE

Each trade site will be allocated ONE (1) single 15amp power outlet; any additional outlets required are to be purchased at $60 each. If your trade site is found to be using an extra outlet during the Festival, you will be charged for each extra outlet in use. We accept no liability for damage to electrical equipment due to power fluctuations or failure.

All trade sites are asked to keep electricity consumption to the absolute minimum. There is no power available for heating purposes. Please note, any electrical work required on the day should be carried out by a licensed electrician and conform to Australian Standard AS 3002-1985 ‘Electrical Installations – Shows and Carnivals’. All equipment must be in safe working order and all leads must be tested and tagged by a registered electrician. There will be no exceptions to this requirement. Any damage caused by electrical over-consumption, overload or misuse will attract penalties.

We have overall control of signage, material and products sold or displayed at the Festival. No article, sign, picture, sticker, print matter, etc. is to display any of the Deni Play on the Plains Festival’s trademarked logos or images. This includes the words Deni Ute Muster, the Deni Ute Muster logo, the ute-ilize it diamond sticker, Deniliquin – Ute Capital of the World, ute-ilize it, Deni Play on the Plains, the Australian National Circle Work Championships and the Australian National Circle Work Championships logo.

The official staff of the Festival are authorised to enter upon trade sites at any time and remove any article, sign, picture or print matter, which in their opinion may be the cause of offence to the public. Likewise, any unseemly conduct demonstrated by any person on any trade site deemed by us to be offensive or threatening will not be tolerated and said person(s) will be removed from the Festival. PHOTOGRAPHY AND RECORDING

You consent by filling in this application form (in your own capacity and on behalf of your personnel) to be included in film, photos and recordings of the Festival and for those recordings to be used by us in any medium or context throughout the world in perpetuity without further authorisation by or compensation to you or your personnel. ACCOMMODATION

You are welcome to camp in our camping grounds or within the confines of your trade site. If you choose to camp on your trade site, no camping equipment is to be visible to patrons during Festival Arena opening hours 8.00am – Midnight. Camping is prohibited on site until Wednesday 2nd October. save electricity images for drawing No camping by you or your personnel will be permitted until that time. PARKING

Parking is available for all vendors during the Festival, in the day parking. There is no parking inside the Festival Arena unless your vehicle is being used on your site for static display, storage or stock refrigeration purposes. All vehicles must fit within the confines of your site; there is no room to park vehicles behind your site. If you choose to park within the site camping areas please be aware there is a no traffic movement rule in place for the entirety of the weekend so you won’t be able to leave site at all until Sunday morning.

All vehicles are prohibited from moving around the Festival Arena during Festival Arena opening hours (8am – Midnight). Vehicles parking inside the Festival arena need to have entered and parked by 7.30am and will not be able to move offsite until the Safety Officer has cleared the site and allowed vehicle movement. This will come after Midnight. FESTIVAL AND VEHICLE ACCESS

You will be provided with TWO (2) adult vendor passes in your Vendor Information Pack (if your application is successful). 76 gas station jobs It is your responsibility to make sure your personnel receive their wristbands prior to arriving at the Festival. These wristbands will need to be worn for the duration of the Festival. Passes for additional personnel will need to be purchased at the full price and ordered from the ATG Event Coordinator. Please ensure juniors are noted so we can organise the correct pass for them.

Each catering site package will include ONE (1) Festival Arena vehicle pass (FA pass) and ONE (1) Moonee Swamp Road (MSR). The FA pass allows entry into the Festival Arena for drop offs (during the allowed times of Midnight to 7.30am) / static vehicle displays / storage of stock etc. The MSR pass only allows your vehicle to Gate 5 where you will need to park and walk from there. Stickers MUST be displayed on the right-hand side of the nominated vehicles windscreen. No vehicles on your site should be visible to patrons unless they are part of your static display. gas 78 There is no parking area available in the Festival Arena.

Please help to conserve precious resources by reducing all retail and bulk packaging. We ask that you use biodegradable/ compostable serving wear (cups, plates, bowls and cutlery) and recycle when possible. A $150.00 rubbish bond will be added onto your invoice, which will be returned if ALL rubbish is binned and your site is left in the same manner it was found. This bond will be deposited back into your bank account by 5.00pm Friday 18th October. Please ensure you provide us with your bank details upon application. The Festival has a strict NO GLASS POLICY. SECURITY

You must, at all times, ensure that your trade site is safe and without risks to the health of your personnel and other persons who may come upon the trade site. You will indemnify us against any claims arising from your failure to ensure that your trade site is safe and without risks to the health of your personnel or other persons who come onto the trade site. INSURANCE AND CERTIFICATES

Copies of valid insurance certificates must be forwarded to us no later than 5.00pm Friday 30 th August, 2019. You must have a copy of all insurance certificates on site for the duration of the Festival. If your certificates are or will be expired by Wednesday 2 nd October, 2019 then all renewals must be organised in advance and your policy renewed for an earlier date. There will be no exceptions if we haven’t received a copy by Friday 31 st August your site may be cancelled and your site fees forfeited. PROMOTER’S LIABILITY AND REGULATIONS

Apart from any statutory liability, we as the owner of the Festival Site will not be liable or responsible for any damage or loss suffered or incurred by you when you enter or are on the Festival site whether caused by our negligence or otherwise, whether arising in tort, contract, bailment or otherwise – all such injury loss or damage to person or property is at your own risk. Without limiting the generality of this, appropriate footwear and clothing must be worn at all times at the Festival; ear plugs should be worn if necessary. To the extent permitted by law, we take no responsibility for any hearing damage or loss caused by excessive noise or injury caused by your failure to follow our directives. In the event of injury or illness we may, at your cost, arrange medical treatment and/or emergency evacuation as deemed essential for your safety of your personnel.

We accept no liability for you or your personnel. You are personally responsible and liable for any damage caused by you or your personnel to any person or property on site. At all times you are required to comply with any and all legislative requirements, regulations and industry standard codes of conduct and to the maximum extent permitted by law we and our associated entities will not be liable for any breaches by you or your personnel of any such legislation.

Sites must ensure a safe work environment in accordance with NSW health and safety regulations and must comply with the Deni Play on the Plains Festival Ltd. 76 gas credit card account login On-Site Work, Health and Safety Policies and Procedures. Festival Staff and Council Officers reserve the right to inspect trade sites at any time and request presentation of all relevant documentation. PARKING

Parking is available for all vendors during the Festival, in the day parking. There is no parking inside the Festival Arena unless your vehicle is being used on your site for static display, storage or stock refrigeration purposes. All vehicles must fit within the confines of your site; there is no room to park vehicles behind your site. If you choose to park within the site camping areas please be aware there is a no traffic movement rule in place for the entirety of the weekend so you won’t be able to leave site at all until Sunday morning.

All vehicles are prohibited from moving around the Festival Arena during Festival Arena opening hours (8am – Midnight). Vehicles parking inside the Festival arena need to have entered and parked by 7.30am and will not be able to move offsite until the Safety Officer has cleared the site and allowed vehicle movement. o gascon This will come after Midnight. SAFETY

You must, at all times, ensure that your trade site is safe and without risks to the health of your personnel and other persons who may come upon the trade site. You will indemnify us against any claims arising from your failure to ensure that your trade site is safe and without risks to the health of your personnel or other persons who come onto the trade site. INSURANCE AND CERTIFICATES

Copies of valid insurance certificates must be forwarded to us no later than 5.00pm Friday 31st August, 2018. You must have a copy of all insurance certificates on site for the duration of the Festival. If your certificates are or will be expired by Wednesday 26th September, 2018 then all renewals must be organised in advance and your policy renewed for an earlier date. There will be no exceptions if we haven’t received a copy by Friday 31st August your site may be cancelled and your site fees forfeited. PROMOTER’S LIABILITY AND REGULATIONS

Apart from any statutory liability, we as the owner of the Festival Site will not be liable or responsible for any damage or loss suffered or incurred by you when you enter or are on the Festival site whether caused by our negligence or otherwise, whether arising in tort, contract, bailment or otherwise – all such injury loss or damage to person or property is at your own risk. Without limiting the generality of this, appropriate footwear and clothing must be worn at all times at the Festival; ear plugs should be worn if necessary. To the extent permitted by law, we take no responsibility for any hearing damage or loss caused by excessive noise or injury caused by your failure to follow our directives. In the event of injury or illness we may, at your cost, arrange medical treatment and/or emergency evacuation as deemed essential for your safety of your personnel.

We accept no liability for you or your personnel. You are personally responsible and liable for any damage caused by you or your personnel to any person or property on site. At all times you are required to comply with any and all legislative requirements, regulations and industry standard codes of conduct and to the maximum extent permitted by law we and our associated entities will not be liable for any breaches by you or your personnel of any such legislation.

Sites must ensure a safe work environment in accordance with NSW health and safety regulations and must comply with the Deni Play on the Plains Festival Ltd. On-Site Work, Health and Safety Policies and Procedures. Festival Staff and Council Officers reserve the right to inspect trade sites at any time and request presentation of all relevant documentation. electricity receiver definition COMMUNICATION

If we should find it necessary or expedient to cancel or postpone the Festival, all contracts shall cease to operate upon notice to that effect, and we shall not be liable for any compensation or refund to you, whether on the grounds of loss of profits or otherwise or any refund of payment of any money paid by you in relation to this contract in respect of such cancellation or suspension. CANCELLATION