Venue Access RAC Arena

RAC Arena Perth

Wellington Street Perth

Entry from Market Street

TAKE 5 BEFORE YOU START

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.

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Induction

  • 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 Snacks
 

What is on site

  • Hi Viz Jackets from EPA to designate team. 
  • Lockers are available
  • Hard Hats as required
  • Vending Machine with Soft Drinks and Snacks – Usually close to empty
  • Bottled Water
 

Parking

  • Parking is usually some distance from the venue. When returning to your vehicle after a late shift avoid walking alone.
  • Parking under the venue possible but it is expensive and not recommended.
 

Check in Information

  • Arrive at the Crew Entrance / Drop off Area thirty minutes before your shift start.
  • In through the personal security gate. The EPA office is now on your left.
  • Enter the office and sign in for your shift.
  • 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.
 

Other

  • Ask questions if you are not sure
  • Smokers’ area is around the back of the office.
  • Catering is sometimes supplied on full day shifts – Not an expectation
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