When identifying safety issues - inform the supervisor of the area - if they cannot fix inform Event Control for assistance.

Timeline

  • 10.30am - check RFDS are onsite & send 2 to Bernborough - Lone Pine Ceremony

  • Gates open

  • 11am - Bernborough - Lone Pine Ceremony - assist if people feint - Call Event Control if required

  • 11.30am - ECO Briefing in Control Room

  • 2.45pm - Viewing steps at Mounting Yard to watch movement of vehicles and people - intervene if required

  • 3.05pm - view vehicles leaving & horses in Bird Cage

  • 4.40 pm - Last Race

  • Check Control Room

  • Monitor Taxi Stand

  • Stop movement of vehicles prior to gates opening

  • Ensure last horse gone before gates open

  • Ensure Concourse fairly clear of patrons prior to gates open

  • Be aware of Bar closings - monitor people on premises

  • Leave after Control Room closed

Stalls & Vets Area

  • Are floor areas in good condition and free from obstructions

  • Have vet stalls been cleaned out?

  • Are Analytical Services using leads that are tested & tagged?

  • List staff spoken to

  • Issues discussed with staff

  • Other

Float Park

  • List staff spoken to

  • Issues discussed with staff

Concourse - internal & external

  • Are floor areas in good condition and free from obstructions

  • Are fire extinguishers kept free from obstructions

  • Are all leads tested & tagged

  • Are there any slip, trip, fall hazards

  • Kitchen areas - clean, organised - no water on floor, no trip hazards

  • Behind counters - no slip, trip hazards

  • List Staff spoken to

  • Issues discussed with staff

  • Other

Pick up 2-way from Control Room

RFDS

  • Start time

  • Are the allotted number present

  • Re-confirm directions - contact phone number available

  • Ring Safety Officer when staff injury/ illness comes into First Aid

  • 2-ways picked up

  • Ring Safety Officer when staff injury/ illness comes into First Aid

  • Ring Safety Officer when Patron - slips, trips, falls or has medical condition requiring an ambulance

  • Ensure they walk around venue - do not stay in First Aid Building

  • Second Visit to 1st Aid Building

  • Discussed

  • 3rd visit to building

  • Discussed

  • Called to building to see the following people

  • Finish Time

Race Day Office

  • Touch base

  • Issues discussed

  • Other

Mezzanine

  • Are floor areas in good condition and free from obstructions

  • Are all leads tested & tagged

  • Are fire extinguishers kept free from obstructions

  • Are there any slip, trip, fall hazards

  • Kitchen areas - clean, organised - no water on floor, no trip hazards

  • Behind counters - no slip, trip hazards

  • List Staff spoken to

  • Issues discussed with staff

  • Other

Promenade

  • Are floor areas in good condition and free from obstructions

  • Are all leads tested & tagged

  • Are fire extinguishers kept free from obstructions

  • Are there any slip, trip, fall hazards

  • Kitchen areas - clean, organised - no water on floor, no trip hazards

  • Behind counters - no slip, trip hazards

  • List Staff spoken to

  • Issues discussed with staff

  • Other

Skyline

  • Are floor areas in good condition and free from obstructions

  • Are all leads tested & tagged

  • Are fire extinguishers kept free from obstructions

  • Are there any slip, trip, fall hazards

  • Kitchen areas - clean, organised - no water on floor, no trip hazards

  • Behind counters - no slip, trip hazards

  • List Staff spoken to

  • Issues discussed with staff

  • Other

Other Areas inspected or issues called to

Facilities

  • Is lighting adequate for evening and night work

  • List staff spoken to

  • Issues discussed with staff

Sign off

  • Person Conducting Inspection

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