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Events must have a sufficient supply of freely available drinking water.
At outdoor events, organisers must:
Bottled drinking water is an unsustainable way of quenching thirst and another large generator of waste.
Consider establishing hydration stations and encourage patrons to bring their own non-disposable drinking bottles.
Please take into consideration if you are holding an outdoor event and you need to erect temporary structures or provide heavy vehicle access; know where the water pipes/mains are located. A burst water main is not ideal prior to or during an event and the event organiser will be liable for any associated costs. Be proactive and familiarise yourself with the event site.
It should be noted for an indoor licensed venue, free or low cost water must be provided.
Whether you are running an indoor or outdoor event, a detailed site plan must be completed. You may find that a number of maps are required such as a general information map, access map and evacuation/emergency map. The following is a suggested list of items that should be clearly located on the map. The items underlined are essential for all events and must be included:
It is useful to have this information at your event on a map for visitors or on boards, particularly if it is a major event and covers a reasonably large area or if there are different precinct areas. It will also assist in providing an ‘Access for All’ event if your make your site map available prior to the event clearly marking accessible elements of your site.
When deciding upon layout, think about how different areas and attractions will complement each other. The layout of your event whether it is indoor or outdoor can provide a different experience for your audience. The following is a list of suggestions to consider when deciding your layout:
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