THE ROYAL HOBART SHOW SAFETY INDUCTION
Attention All staff, contractors, commercial exhibitors and volunteers!
It is our legal responsibility that you are familiar with safety regulations whilst on site during the Royal Hobart Show. For this reason, you are all required to complete an online safety induction. On completion of this, you must print your induction card and carry it on your person at all times.
More information about the safety induction:
> The safety induction portal is compatible with tablets and iPad, Macintosh Computers and Personal Computers.
> Can you please forward this email onto all of your staff, volunteers, workers and stakeholders attending the venue for the event to allow them time to complete this important safety process.
> We are now very close to the event commencement and this process is an important part of the training for your staff and your obligations under the Work Health and Safety Act 2012.
> Use the above link to access the training portal. At the successful completion of the assessment, details will be sent to the RAST Administrator and an induction card will be sent to each inductee’s nominated email address.
> Your induction card must then be printed out, signed and carried with you at all times whilst onsite for the event.
We encourage your staff and stakeholders to complete this process early to ensure that they have no issue with accessing the venue during the event.
>Hi visibility vests must be worn during the move in and out phases of the event and an current induction card must be available when requested or access to the venue may be denied until the issue is rectified.
The training portal link is listed below, open and follow the instructions on this attachment to complete the process.
If the link fails to open please copy and paste the link to your web browser.
The online induction is fully supported by an email help desk and technical support.
Should you experience any issues or need assistance please email : email@example.com
We thank you all for attending to this important event safety process.