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Reporting a Health and Safety Issue

Please report any:

  • unsafe conditions or actions
  • incidents and injuries
  • emergency

by notifying an MCC staff member, MCC security guard, MCG Guide or a Police Officer. Or you can report a hazard or emergency by phoning 9657 8881 (24 hours/seven days) or 9657 8833 (event days only).

If reporting an emergency, please attempt to provide the following information:

  • your name
  • exact location of emergency, including stand, level, section, etc.
  • type of emergency
  • number of injured people
  • types of injuries
  • potential or existing hazards remaining.


 

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UPDATE: A number of past and present Sharks players have been offered one-year suspensions - back-dated to November 1 2013 - if they admit taking banned substances.

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SEVENTEEN players from Cronulla’s 2011 squad have been handed show cause notices by ASADA. So where are they now and what does it mean to them?

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THE timeline of the drama which started back in February 2013 on what was described as the “blackest day in Australian sport”.

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CRONULLA captain Paul Gallen is desperate for closure on the scandal surrounding him and his club but says if he accepts a ban his reputation will be ruined.

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