Gig Safe Code

The Australian Health Protection Principal Committee (AHPPC) has issued a statement on very high-risk environments, including nightclubs, dance venues and large unstructured outdoor events. For more information please refer to the AHPPC website

Chief Health Officer public health directions

During a public health emergency, the Chief Health Officer can issue Public Health Directions to assist in containing, or to respond to, the spread of COVID-19 within the community.

On 2 October 2020, Queensland’s declared public health emergency for COVID-19 was extended to 11:59pm on Thursday 31 December 2020.

The Public Health (Further Extension of Declared Public Health Emergency–COVID-19) Regulation (No. 5) 2020 was made by Queensland’s Governor in Council, and extends all active Public Health Directions issued by the state’s Chief Health Officer, Dr Jeannette Young.

This means active Public Health Directions with an end date of 2 October 2020 have been automatically extended until 11:59pm on Thursday 31 December 2020.  Directions will be progressively updated to reference the new date of 31 December 2020. To Read Click Here

Gig Safe Kit

Artists each provide their own Gig Safe Kit for each show including hand sanitizer, gloves, alcohol wipes and Glen 20.

The Gig Safe Show practice includes the wiping down of all equipment in each break including mics, leads, stands, instruments, amps and PA.

Our Live Music Artists observe a strict personal Debugging practice when they arrive home each night – shoes, hair, clothes etc. – to protect against COVID 19 transmission.

Social Distancing

Our Live Music Artists will follow all Safety directives from Security, Management and Staff to ensure all Live Shows are safe.

No patron will use any equipment – mic, instrument etc.

Social Distancing will be observed on stage and in every area of the venue.

Live Artists will promote the Venue Gig Safe policy on stage during the show.

Audience Member Dancing

The Live Music Artists work in accordance with current Public Health Directions and will encourage members of the public to dance in outdoor areas.

Live Artist Gig Safe Wellness Practice

A Strong Wellness Practice for all Live Music Artists means that their immune systems are strong and they have wellness practices in place to ensure they do not perform if they feel unwell. Keeping healthy while exposed to a Hotel or Club audience is a key element of the COVID Gig Safe Plan.

COVID 19 Infection Control Training

All Pushworth Live Music Artists have completed the Infection Control Training Course provided by Health Qld.