Rules & regulations crew
Also on Bevrijdingsfestival we’ll have to deal with certain rules and regulations.
• Wearing your official crew shirt is mandatory. You will receive one at sign in at the Crew Office. We do this because it makes you recognizable for visitors as crew.
• Make sure to dress warm by layering clothing.
• Wear solid, water resistant shoes. Site crew and technicians need to wear special work shoes with enhanced nose and soles.
• When you work on or near a stage make sure to wear earplugs. These are also available at the Crew Office.
• Make sure to keep the work environment clean and tidy! Wash your hands regularly.
• If your activities involve cleaning toilets or the festival terrain, you have to wear gloves at all times.
• As bartender or cleaner you need to wear special latex gloves if you have any open wounds on your hands. These are available at the first aid kit on your location.
• You’ll receive your wristband at sing in. Wear it during your shift so security will know you’re crew.
• If you need a (toilet)break, discuss this with you coordinator.
• Take care of yourself and of each other!
• Naturally, you will not be intoxicated by drugs or alcohol throughout your shift.