In order to provide you with accurate and easily accessible information about the Fair we have published our exhibitor manual online in an A-Z format.
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A first aider will be on-site for the duration of the Fair. If you require first aid please go to the registration desk in the entrance.
Health & Safety
It is the policy of the organisers to endeavour to seek the co-operation of all concerned in order to achieve the highest standards, in all aspects, of health and safety.
The organisers along with each respective venue, have within the scope of their own laid down Policies, a responsibility to ensure that safe working practices are maintained at all times, which includes ensuring that provision is made whereby persons other than the organisers or venue employees are reminded of their responsibilities whilst working at the exhibition.
As an Exhibitor, Contractor or Agent you have a duty under The Health and Safety At Work, Etc, Act 1974 to ensure that all personnel, contracted by you are aware that they have a responsibility, so far as is reasonably practicable, for the health, safety and welfare of all employees, and that any plant or systems of work which may be used are, so far as is reasonably practicable, safe and without risks to health. This includes that all employees are provided with information, instruction, training and supervision to ensure not only their own health and safety but also that of others working or attending the vicinity.
Below are some of the principle areas to be brought to your attention:
Any violations or concerns regarding any of the above points should be reported to the organisers via your stand helper or the registration desk.