Terms & Conditions for Events at The Flagship | Sustainable Coastlines

Covid safety at our events

  1. If you, or anyone you live with feels ill, please do not attend.
  2. All attendees should follow cough and sneeze etiquette: Cough or sneeze into your elbow or a tissue (dispose of tissue immediately).
  3. Bring gloves to the event if you have them available at home. Although we will have freshly washed gloves for those who need.
  4. Wash and sanitise your hands regularly.
  5. The event may be cancelled at late notice due to the unfolding situation.
  6. Our full Covid-19 Protocol is available at this link.


All event participants understand that Sustainable Coastlines may use, own and distribute any photos and/or footage taken during the course of the event, for publicity, advertising and distribution.

If you do not want to appear in our event photos, then please inform the Event Director on the day and we will take reasonable steps to try to avoid this.


Please read the health and safety brief below. While this will be provided at The Flagship Education Centre on event day, it helps to read it beforehand. Please forward the link to this page on to anyone you have registered on behalf of. 

Safety at The Flagship

  • Please be aware of your surroundings at all times. There are a number of tripping hazards present, such as the uneven floor. Please only walk, do not run. We recommend wearing closed toed shoes.
  • Be very careful on the stairs and ramps. If it’s raining, these areas will be slippery and dangerous. 
  • Do not loiter in the carpark or near the road. We don’t want you to get hit by a car. 
  • If you need to go on the outside of the building to get to the toilet, please stay inside the painted pedestrian strip on the carpark side of the building.
  • If you’re carrying things around or helping set up, please be aware of your own capabilities and do not overwork yourself. Ask for help when you need it.
  • If you are serving alcohol, please ensure you drink responsibly. Intoxicated guests will not be served and may be removed from the building. For public events where alcohol is being served, a sober, licensed manager and security person will be present.
  • If any glassware breaks during the event, please use gloves and a dustpan to clear this up immediately.
  • Smoking is not permitted anywhere on site. DIrect smokers to Beaumont Street where there are bins for butts. 
  • Fire extinguishers are located in the store (left-hand side) and upstairs in the compostable toilets.
  • First Aid equipment is available in the kitchen, in the drawer with a large red cross.

Set-up & Pack-down

  • Please wear closed toe shoes for all set-up and pack down activities.
  • If you’re carrying things around or helping set up, please be aware of your own capabilities and do not overwork yourself.
  • If you are using a ladder, please place this in the safest location possible, avoiding any hazards such as entrance/exit points, uneven flooring and pedestrian/vehicle traffic. Maintain three points of contact at all times. This means only using one-handed tools. Do not use the ladder in windy conditions.
  • Do not go up a ladder without a safety person stabilising the base of the ladder. 
  • Never overextend whist on a ladder. Stay within your own working limits. 
  • Do not walk or work underneath someone working on a ladder.
  • If handling kitchenware please be careful. Use gloves when dealing with boiling water and warn your guests to take care as well. 
  • If you are erecting canopies, please take your time and ensure you wear gloves. Event manager to deliver a safety and instructional briefing for those who have not erected canopies previously. This will include safety concerns, areas not to hold and areas that are safe to hold. Always lift with bent knees and a straight back.

Safe bus parking

If bringing a bus for your event, please ensure these instructions are passed on to the driver, to ensure safe pedestrian access. Parking: is on Daldy Street, just off Jellicoe Street and directly across the road from the Fish Market. Pedestrian access: walk on the footpath, down Daldy Street, right onto Madden Street and up the ramp towards the building. No roads to cross.

Emergency procedures

  • If there is an emergency, please evacuate the building in a calm manner and seek safety immediately. 
  • Meet at our emergency muster point, at the large silver water tank on the other side of the car park, nearest the Fish Market.

First Aid equipment is available in the kitchen, in the drawer with a large red cross. For injuries and incidents requiring First Aid beyond your team’s capability, inform a Sustainable Coastlines staff member or make contact with emergency services via cellphone. Our emergency protocol is:

  1. Inform a Sustainable Coastlines team member of the situation. 
  2. Do not compromise your safety to assist someone else.
  3. Phone 111 if it is an emergency, otherwise call the Sustainable Coastlines contacts below.

Emergency contacts

Jodi Pretscherer on 021 579 983
Fletcher Sunder on 021 871 918