The Tasmanian Government has developed a Framework to support event organisers to plan and hold larger-scale COVID-19 safe events from 1 December 2020.
This form allows event organisers to register their events and submit their COVID-19 Safety Plan for assessment.
Depending on the risk level of your event, it will be classed as Level 1, 2 or 3, and different controls will apply depending on the level of the event. Only Level 2 and Level 3 events need to complete this form and register their events.
All events must complete a COVID-19 Safety Plan and have it available for inspection.
For assistance please contact Business Tasmania on 1800 440 026 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Your COVID-19 Safety Plan must be assessed before your event can take place.
Event organisers must be aware that the Director of Public Health may effect changes to the Public Health Directions at any time, to reflect the current COVID-19 risk profile. Throughout the planning process and in the lead up to the event, organisers should be mindful of any potential changes to Directions which may require them to modify, postpone or cancel the event. Event organisers can keep up to date by regularly visiting the Tasmanian Government Coronavirus website at www.coronavirus.tas.gov.au
The information provided has been prepared by the Department of State Growth. Every reasonable endeavour has been used to ensure that the material is accurate. No representation or warranty is made by Department of State Growth for the accuracy, completeness or relevance of such information to the user’s purpose. The information stated and any use of the information is entirely at your own risk. The Department, the Crown, its officers, employees and agents do not accept any liability howsoever arising (including, without limitation, negligence) for any loss in connection with or arising out of any use of or reliance upon the material. Before planning an event it is recommended that you seek independent professional and legal advice on the particular matter and your particular circumstances.