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Health & Safety Regulations
In accordance with the Province of Quebec Occupational Health & Safety Act, the Quebec Gift Fair requires that all reasonable steps and precautions be taken to protect the health and safety of all persons involved in the production of its shows. Prevention of injury is a key objective, with every possible measure to be taken to provide a safe, healthy work environment. To succeed, these safety initiatives require that every exhibitor assumes responsibility for helping to meet this objective. Exhibitors must, therefore, carefully read the applicable sections of the Occupational Health & Safety Act, and fully understand their responsibilities and that of their employees/hired workers while at the show.
For more information on the Province of Quebec Occupational Health and Safety Act, please visit http://www2.publicationsduquebec.gouv.qc.ca/dynamicSearch/telecharge.php?type=2&file=/S_2_1/S2_1_A.html.
In compliance with established safe work practices and procedures, and as a minimum requirement, the Quebec Gift Fair asks that all persons on the show floor during move-in and move-out wear protective/safety shoes. Additional personal protective equipment, such as hardhats and safety goggles, must be made available to your staff where overhead activity is taking place.
Working in sandals/flip-flops/open-toed shoes/bare feet, etc. is strictly forbidden on the show floor. Any individual wearing inappropriate footwear will be prevented from entering the show floor by Show security.
HELP US ENSURE EVERYONE INVOLVED IN THE SHOW IS SAFE & PROTECTED!
Establish safe work practices and procedures, and as a minimum requirement, the CanGift Fairs ask that all persons on the show floor during move-in and move-out wear protective/safety shoes. Additional personal protective equipment, such as hardhats and safety goggles, must be made available to your staff where "overhead compliance activity" is taking place.
As a Quebec Gift Fair exhibitor, it is your responsibility to inform/contact all persons you will be hiring (i.e., your staff and any outside contractors hired to set up your booth, bring in your product, or anyone required to be on the show floor during move-in and out), that they must wear safety shoes, as well as any other necessary protective equipment, to keep them safe from injury.