BRIGHT ROTARY MARKETS 2020/2021
1. SITE FEES
Site fees are based on average site dimensions of 5m x 3m (15 sqm).
2. PUBLIC and PRODUCTS LIABILITY INSURANCE
All applicants are required to have Public and Products Insurance cover for a minimum of $5 million applicable to the operation of their respective market stall, and to provide a copy of Certificate of Currency of insurance when application is made.
3. FOOD STALLS
Applicants wishing to sell food need to submit evidence of their Temporary Food Premise Registration or Notification from their Local Council or from the state-wide web based Registration and Notification system “Streatrader” www.streatrader.com.au. Temporary or Mobile food premises not Registered or Notified will not be permitted to trade. Any temporary food premises that have “tastings” or unpackaged foods must provide hand washing facilities on site, for the exclusive use of food handlers.
Food stall sites and powered sites are limited. Applicants for food stalls are required to indicate how they prepare/cook and serve food. Low noise, low emission generators may only be used with prior approval.
Stall holders cooking food on site are required to be equipped with a fire extinguisher and fire blanket.
Stall holders using gas are required to complete an Energy Safe Victoria, “Gas safety at public events”, Checklist as part of their safety plan, and submit it with their application.
4. ALCOHOL SALES
Alcohol providers are required to obtain a liquor license from Consumer Affairs Victoria.
5. BOOKINGS CONFIRMATION
All completed applications will be booked when received. Incomplete applications will be not be booked, and applicants will be advised. Bookings will be confirmed two weeks in advance of respective markets.
6. SITE ALLOCATIONS
The Rotary Club is responsible for allocation of stall sites but will take into account applicant’s preference/s.
Sites will be allocated prior to the respective market and confirmed at stallholder’s registration.
7. ALL stallholders MUST REGISTER with the Market Supervisors when they attend markets before occupying any site.
Market Supervisors are located at the corner of Anderson and Wood Streets at Shopping Centre markets, and at Pioneer Park oval at the Iconic Rod Run market, from 7am at day markets, and from 2pm at Twilight market.
8. SAFETY and RISK MANAGEMENT
Subject to the approval of Market Supervisors, sites may be set up from 7am for day markets and from 2pm for the Twilight market but sites ARE NOT to be occupied until roads are closed.
Stalls must be erected and maintained in a manner which ensures safety and safe access for customers, staff, pedestrians, and emergency vehicles.
The area occupied by each respective stall must not exceed the site area allocated (normally 15 sq metres) and must not extend into the pedestrian and emergency vehicle access which must be maintained at a minimum width of 3 metres.
Any emergency during the markets should be reported to the Market Supervisors located at the Rotary Club of Bright’s Market stall during operation of the markets.
Stallholders are not permitted to park or drive vehicles in the market area during the hours of operation of the
respective market (unless prior approval has been given for essential parking).
Parking on sites at Shopping Centre markets is limited. Off street car parking spaces are available.
10. HOURS OF TRADING
The hours of trading for day markets is 9am to 2pm. The hours of trading for the Twilight market are 4pm to 9pm.
Sites must be vacated within one hour of conclusion of the respective market.
11. RUBBISH REMOVAL
All stallholders are responsible to take all packaging, promotional material and rubbish that operation of their stall has created from the market area and leave their respective site/s clean and tidy. DO NOT place rubbish in street bins.
12. NON ATTENDANCE
Stallholders who are unable to attend any market for which they have booked are required to notify the Rotary Club.
The site/s of any stallholder who does not register by 8.30 is for day markets, or 3.30 pm for the Twilight market,
may be reallocated to another applicant.
COMPLIANCE with LAWS and REGULATIONS, and MARKET CONDITIONS
Stallholders are responsible to comply with all laws and regulations relating to goods offered for sale, and to any request or direction by the Market Supervisors.
The Rotary Club of Bright reserves the right to refuse admission to the markets of any person, and to eject, or cause to be ejected, any person together with their goods for failing to comply with any Law, Regulation, or Markets Conditions.
Powered Sites – All electrical leads/appliances must be tested and proof of current tagging visible.
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