HBF Venue

HBF Stadium


Event Personnel Australia Pty Ltd acknowledges the Traditional Owners of the land throughout Australia and their continued connection to land, sea and community. We pay our respects to them and their cultures, to the Elders past, present, and emerging.


STOP and Think – Engage your Brain. Think about the job you’re going to do.

IDENTIFY Hazards – Trip Hazards, Finger Pinches, Risk of Fall, Moving Vehicles or Objects.

ASSESS for Risks – How likely is it that an accident might occur

CONTROL the Hazards – Make the area safe – Ensure everyone is aware of foreseeable risks.

MONITOR – Proceed with the task and continually monitor the risks.



  • An induction is required for this venue – Please contact operations

What to take

  • Work Gloves
  • Black Steel Cap Shoes / Boots
  • EPA T shirt
  • EPA Hat or Beanie
  • Black Cargo Pants, Black Jeans or Black Shorts.
  • Tools – Mini Maglite / Headlamp / Podger / Shifter / Multi tool
  • Water and a Snack

What is on site

  • Hi Viz Jackets from EPA to designate team.
  • Hard Hats as required when Riggers are in the grid


  • Parking is as marked on the map. Do not access vehicles into the Backstage Area.

Check in Information

  • Arrive at the Crew Entrance / Drop off Area thirty minutes before your shift start.
  • In through the personal security gate. You name will be on the gate list
  • Sign and register for your shift at the back door of the venue.
  • You will be allocated to a team – Audio / Lighting / Video / Stage etc.
  • Standby in the immediate area.
  • The Crew chief will call for an assembly and present a toolbox and safety talk
  • Follow instructions and stay with your team.


  • Ask questions if you are not sure
  • This is a Non-smoking Venue


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PH: 08 9477 1888

146 Francisco Street

Belmont W.A 6104


ABN – 15 991 007 655

ACN – 659 220 612

© 2022 Created By CC 

Event Personnel Australia Pty Ltd (EPA) is honoured to be situated on the ancestral lands of the Whadjuk Noongar people. We acknowledge the First Australians as the traditional owners of the lands we represent, and pay respect to their Elders, past, present and emerging.