Health and Safety points for Trade Stalls/Exhibitors/Campers

The Crash Box & Classic Car Club appreciates you supporting this event, as will this year’s nominated charities. Thank you for attending.

May we point out to you some of the Health and Safety precautions that, for the safety of all, you need to be aware of. This includes not only our own helpers but also contractors, exhibitors and members of the public. Trade stalls are considered to be a work place in legal terms. It is important that you read them.

This is a general list and is not exhaustive.

Electrical supplies, must comply with the Electricity at Work Regulations 1989.

Generators, precautions must include secure segregation and guarding, overload precautions and fire prevention. Only competent persons will refuel and operate generators. Trailing leads will be kept to a minimum, guarded and not create trip hazards.

Manual handling, do not risk injury by lifting heavy and awkward loads. Seek assistance. Stalls and exhibits will be set up before visitors arrive and dismantled after visitors leave.

Injury, inform a marshal or security staff or Event Control of any injury. Be aware of where the first aid post is situated.

Slips, trips and falls, be constantly alert for any such hazard. If found, make safe or report to Event Control.

Fires, open fires are not allowed on the campsite (or elsewhere) and naked flames inside tents are not allowed.

Barbecues must only be lit in purpose-built equipment and clear of the ground. Ashes must be disposed of in a safe manner.

Hot waste ash, must be placed in secure non flammable containers.

Fireworks and Chinese lanterns are strictly forbidden.

Hot exposed exhausts must not be left unattended, they are a potential burn hazard.

Highly flammable substances, I.E. Petrol, Paraffin etc., are to be stored in suitably labelled sealed containers.

Tents, Motorhomes and Caravans must be spaced at least 3metres apart.

Tents, Awnings and Gazebos must be securely anchored to the ground

Trees, do not pitch your tent below trees. In high winds branches can fall.

All vehicles are limited to a speed of 5mph and cannot be moved after 10.30am and before 4.30pm without the assistance of a marshal.

Large vehicles, will be assisted by marshals when reversing and instruct drivers not to use avenues of stallholders and surrounding areas. All vehicles are limited to 5mph.

Smoking, is not allowed in enclosed spaces and near flammable materials

Waste material is a fire risk and should be kept to a minimum. Report excess to Event Control.

Fire extinguishers, note where they are located. Make sure, that if used, the fire extinguisher is the right type depending on the fire. Only attempt to extinguish a fire if it is safe to do so.

Testing, ensure that all equipment such as fire extinguishers and portable electrical appliances are inspected and tested.

For your assistance there will be a CBCCC Health & Safety Representative on site throughout the show weekend. Contact via Event Control.

Updated 24/10/18

Health and Safety points for Steam Engines

Please read them.

This is a general list and is not exhaustive.

The steam engine exhibit area will be defined, where possible, by rope and posts. Provision to be made for spectators to enter and leave the steam engine exhibit areas

The steam engine exhibit area will have notices posted warning all attendees Caution - large vehicles moving in this area” and All children must be supervised.” On the other side No steam engines beyond this point” signs to be posted. Note this includes miniature steam engines. This is to ensure that all steam engines remain in the steam engine exhibit area.

Steam engines are not allowed to leave the steam engine exhibit area and the arena between the hours of 10.00 am and 4.30 pm. All movements must be under the supervision of the steam engine marshals. Extra care must be taken after sunset and the steam engines will require front and rear lights.

Steam engines can move freely in the steam engine exhibit area under the supervision of steam engine marshals.

Steam engines can move freely in the arena.

Steam engines can move freely from the steam engine exhibit area to the arena, around the top of the arena to the miniature steam engines exhibit area under the supervision of steam engine marshals.

Steam engine marshals will be volunteers from, and organized by, the steam engine group to ensure the public are protected.

Public attendees who ride on the steam engines in the arena must be supervised at all times by the steam engine marshals.

No steam engines are to be left running and unattended. No non-running machines are to be left unattended if they have hot surfaces that can create a burn hazard.

Manual handling, do not risk injury by lifting heavy and awkward loads. Seek assistance.

Injury, inform Event Control of any injury. Be aware of where the first aid post is situated.

Slips, trips and falls, be constantly alert for any such hazard. If found make safe or report to Event Control.

Smoking, no smoking in enclosed spaces and near flammable materials.

Waste material, is a fire risk and should be kept to a minimum. Report excess to Event Control.

Highly flammable substances, I.E. Petrol, Paraffin etc., are to be stored in suitably labelled sealed containers.

Fire extinguishers, note where they are located and check they remain in position. Make sure, that if used, the fire extinguisher is the right type depending on the fire. Only attempt to extinguish a fire if it is safe to do so.

For your assistance there will be a CBCCC Health & Safety Representative on site throughout the show weekend. Contact via Event Control.

Updated 30/10/18