WORK HEALTH AND SAFETY
In accordance with the WHS Act 2011, specifically Section 17:-
Management of risks
A duty imposed on a person to ensure health and safety requires the person:-to eliminate risks to health and safety, so far as is reasonably practicable; and if it is not reasonably practicable to eliminate risks to health and safety, to minimise those risks so far as is reasonably practicable.
Jeremy has worked as a consultant for events such as Download, Sydney City Limits, Scone Racing Carnival, Splendour in the Grass, Laneway Festival (Nationally), CMC Rocks, Falls Festival Byron, Listen Out, Big Pineapple Music Festival, Savannah in the Round, Winton’s Way Out West Fest and others to ensure they are meeting their legislative requirements in this area. Working with the promoters, key stakeholders and workers, the goal is to maintain worker’s personal safety as well as creating an environment where creative work, done to meet deadlines, is achievable.
JSES offers all services in relation to managing workplace risks, including
- Staff Inductions
- Risk Management monitoring and review
Jeremy has has worked as Site Coordinator or Crew Boss with events such as Download, Splendour in the Grass, Laneway Festival (Nationally), Festival of The Sun, Falls Festival Byron, Listen Out, Harvest Rock, Sunset Sounds, Wildflower and others to ensure seamless activation of the event schedule.
CAMPGROUND SET UP & MANAGEMENT
Currently, Jeremy has coordinated the camping at some of Australia’s largest multi-day camping music festival – Splendour in the Grass and CMC Rocks, Falls Festival. He has also set up and run the campgrounds for Big Pineapple Music Festival, Festival of the Sun and Byron’s Bluesfest, Winton’s Way Out West Fest and Mareeba’s Savannah In The Round, Toowoomba’s Meatstock…
Jeremy holds a valid forklift license, an elevated work platform license, a HR truck license and working at heights. JSES can assist your event in finding a team to execute your event across all phases.
For more info email here…
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