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Who needs to complete a COVIDSafe Event Checklist?
Tier 3 events are low-risk events that involve 1000 or fewer attendees.
Event organisers must complete and submit their COVIDSafe Event Checklist at least one week before the start of the event via the . If you do not register your event within the specified timeframe, your event may not be approved in time and can not proceed.
When your COVIDSafe Event Checklist has been successfully registered, you will receive a confirmation email.
Submission of an incomplete COVIDSafe Event Checklist could lead to delays in reviews and decisions for individual events.
Please note, submitting your COVIDSafe Event Checklist does not mean your event is automatically approved.
A COVIDSafe Event Checklist must be registered with the Victorian Government at least one week before the start of the event.
A copy of your completed COVIDSafe Event Checklist should be published on your organisation's website, Facebook page or other social media page. Publishing your COVIDSafe Event Checklist ensures attendees understand the event is registered and that you have undertaken COVIDSafe measures for your event.
Event organisers are required to keep a copy of the COVIDSafe Event Checklist and their confirmation of registration and show these to enforcement officers upon request.
COVIDSafe Event Checklist - information required
- event name
- date of event
- event commencement and completion time
- event location (address)
- contact person
- date prepared
Liability and indemnity
You control and accept sole responsibility, risk and liability for all aspects of your public event. You must conduct your own investigations, assessments and interpretations and seek independent professional advice on all aspects of your public event.
The State of Victoria does not control and accepts no liability for your public event nor for any loss, damage, injury or death in connection with your public event, including (without limitation), any change to requirements for your public event or the cancellation or postponement of your public event.
You will indemnify the State of Victoria against any liability to or claims by a third party for any loss, damage, injury or death in connection with your public event, including (without limitation), the cancellation or postponement of your public event.
Consultation, review, assessment and approval process
To the extent permitted by law, the State of Victoria excludes liability for any loss, damage, injury or death caused by use of or reliance on any consultation, review, assessment or approval process in connection with your public event.
The State of Victoria may amend or withdraw from the consultation, review, assessment or approval process at any time without notice.
The State of Victoria may amend or withdraw any consultation, review, assessment or approval at any time without notice.
You will not be relieved from compliance with any of your obligations at law as a result of:
- any consultation, review, assessment, or approval (or failure to consult, review, assess, or approve) or any other act or omission by the State of Victoria in connection with your public event (including, without limitation, any failure by the State of Victoria to detect any errors, inaccuracies, mistakes, non-compliances or omissions in connection with your public event)
- your implementation of and compliance with the COVIDSafe Event Plan or COVIDSafe Event Checklist for your public event
Reviewed 31 January 2021