Volunteer Application 2018 Byron Spirit Festival
Where do you live
Please choose the shift times preference
Check as many as you like or just 'All" We will try to accommodate you but it may not be possible
Poster & Flyer distribution pre-festival
Load-in 19 and/or 20 April
Post-festival Sunday night and/or Monday 3 March
Interested In: check as many as you like
Equipment load In & out & set-up - available weekdays (closed toed shoes must be worn when working with equipment
Have experience with stage/lighting equipment (closed toed shoes must be worn when working with equipment)
Have experience with sound equipment (small systems ok)
Clean up during festival
First Aid (Have certificate
Very fit, can help with manual labour
I need a non-physical position
Have you volunteered before at the BYRON Spirit Festival, if so how many
Please tell us of your prior festival/event experience or other experience relevant to volunteering at Spirit Festival (see list of jobs under 'interested in' question)
Emergency Contact Name & Phone
To be eligible as a Byron Spirit Volunteer, we ask that you agree to the following:
REQUIREMENTS: You must attend the Volunteer Orientation Meeting on the Wednesday evening prior to the start of the festival and on be available for all three days of the festival and complete all shift requirements of up to 12 hours of volunteer work in exchange for full festival pass. Please bring a photo ID the orientation meeting. CHECK-IN: You will be required to check in at the Volunteer station 20 minutes before your shift. It is important that you do this so we know your shift is covered. If you are unavoidably running late or can’t make your shift please call the volunteer check in area and be sure to have the phone contact with you. ATTENDING CLASSES & EVENTS: It is festival policy that fully paid patrons have priority of entry to all festival workshops. We ask you to respectfully wait for paid patrons to enter the workshop space first & then you will have access 5 minutes before the workshop begins. SAFETY: You must comply with all safety requirements associated with the volunteer position and attend the OH&S induction at volunteer orientation meeting. OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH & SAFTEY (OH&S) 1.The Volunteer understands the hazards and risks associated with their activities and have an established system and procedure for managing the OH&S risks. This includes a recently inspected and approved fire extinguisher. 2. All machinery operators to have current operating certificates carried on their person at all times (if applicable). 3. Persons working outside to have sun protection at all times – shirt, pants, hat and sunscreen on exposed skin. 4. Enclosed footwear to be worn at all times when working with equipment set up, pack down and with food preparation. 5. No person to work while under the influence of alcohol or drugs. 6. Persons taking prescribed medications should advise their Supervisor. 7. No person to lift a load greater than 20kg without assistance. 8. No person to work at a height of 2.4m or greater without fail arrest system. 9. Persons working in area where work is occurring overhead to wear hardhat protection. 10. All incidents to be reported immediately to Joanne Langton, the volunteer coordinator. As a volunteer of the Byron Spirit Festival I take full responsibility for all my actions during the event and agree to hold The Byron Spirit Festival, it’s employees and any associates harmless from any incident, damage, unexpected injuries, losses, claims or demands that may take place during the festival due to my actions or actions associated with me. We not able to provide accommodation or food for our volunteers. If you would like to camp click on accommodation on our website for info, otherwise there are many homes that rent rooms on airbnb. I agree to all of the above by typing my name in the space below.
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