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The First Aid (medical) team responding to medical incidents, providing a second tier service to support the First Aid team with more complicated injuries and illnesses or in medical emergencies. You will need to be currently working in one of the following clinical roles with appropriate professional registration: medical doctor, paramedic or nurse. A rota covers 3 x 4.5hr shifts, or 2 x 4.5hr shifts and one overnight on-call, over the course of the event.
This teams involves welcoming, checking delegates into the event, issuing wristbands and giving them their delegate pack. This team also handles ticket purchases at the gates and will work with an external security company to ensure the safety of the site is achieved during the event. Arrival before the event (Wednesday 21st August) is not mandatory but strongly recommended.
This team involves laying out the car park before the event and then directing traffic safely around the site on arrival and departure day, as well as monitoring and directing car parking areas during the event. Arrival on the day prior to the event (Wednesday 21st August) is not mandatory but advisable. Includes 4-5 shifts across the event.
This team requires you to follow a shift pattern across the event, the earliest shift starts being at 9:00 and latest one ends at 23:00hrs. We strongly advise you to attend a stewarding brief which will take place on the Thursday 22nd August afternoon where you will be shown how to respond to any emergency evacuation or missing person procedures during the event. You will only miss two of the adult meetings serving in this team.
Please provide details of any experience that you have in production or technical skills that you have experience in, eg: vision mixing, video camera operation, web streaming, graphic content creation, Pro Presenter and Pro Video player. Email firstname.lastname@example.org. Expectation: to cover 4 morning / evening shifts covering the main adult sessions over the course of the event.
This team is available for set up and pack down of event (Arrival required from Monday 19th August onwards). This team connects up the hired onsite shower and toilet blocks to water supply and drainage points and responds to any plumbing problems during the event on a on-call basis. Practical skills in basic DIY and plumbing is not essential but is desirable.
I am the legal parent/guardian of the above child and I give permission for them to take part in the normal activities of the children's work at Westpoint. I understand that while involved they will be under the control and care of the group leader and/or other adults approved by the organisation leadership and that, while the staff in charge of the group will take all reasonable care of the children, they cannot necessarily be held responsible for any loss, damage or injury suffered by my child during, or as a result of, the activity. Whenever medical advice or treatment is needed, the assistance of the event's First Aid team, paramedics or the A&E Department of a hospital should be sought. The Children Act 1989 allows a doctor to provide any necessary treatment by doing ""what is reasonable in all circumstances of the case for the purpose of safeguarding or promoting the child's welfare"". I understand that my child will receive medication as instructed before or during the event. Every effort will be made to contact me as soon as possible should my child become ill or have an accident. My child will be given medical/dental treatment as necessary.
I understand that photographs and videos may be taken during the children’s work at the event which may be used as part of promotion for future events or on social media. I will inform the children’s work leader if I do not wish my child to be photographed or filmed.