Melbourne Cricket Ground - Health and Safety
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Health and Safety

Safety management is a priority at the MCG and the MCC is proud to be a leader in health and safety in the events industry.

The MCC has certification in the Victorian Work Cover Authority’s SafetyMAP system at Advanced Level for both the MCG and several other MCC-managed grounds.

The MCG was the first venue in Australia to have its safety system accredited by a regulatory authority.

It is our aim to create a safe venue for all employees, contractors and visitors. We achieve this by continually reviewing and improving our safety systems, identifying and controlling hazards, and by constantly talking about safety with all our staff and contractors.

This means our people, both full-time and part-time, have a genuine concern for the safety of the people they are entrusted to look after both on event and non-event days.


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