THE GUIDE TO SAFE WORKING PRACTICES IN THE NEW ZEALAND THEATRE & ENTERTAINMENT INDUSTRY

This essential industry guide is freely available for download

Current Version: 14

SAFE RIGGING PRACTICES FOR THE ENTERTAINMENT INDUSTRY IN NEW ZEALAND

This essential industry guide is freely available for download

Current Version : 1

JOB SAFETY ANALYSIS (JSA) - ETNZ SPREADSHEET EXAMPLES

Current Version : 1

ENTERTAINMENT TECHNOLOGY NEW ZEALAND GLOSSARY OF TERMS

GLOSSARY OF ENTERTAINMENT INDUSTRY TE REO MĀORI TERMS

We welcome additional vocabulary and also feedback on that which we have currently listed. Please email etnz.admin@gmail.com with any and all feedback; ngā mihi.

Current Version: 4

PROTECTING OUR CROWDED PLACES FROM ATTACK: NEW ZEALAND'S STRATEGY

NZ Government Guidance

Read more on the NZ Police Website.

BEST PRACTICE GUIDELINES FOR WORKING AT HEIGHT IN NEW ZEALAND

Worksafe

“While this guidance has not been updated to reflect current work health and safety legislation (the Health and Safety at Work Act 2015 and regulations), it may still contain relevant information and practices to keep workers and others healthy and safe.

Please read this guidance in conjunction with all relevant industry standards that apply to you as a PCBU.” – Worksafe

Updated July 2019

BEST PRACTICE GUIDELINES - MOBILE ELEVATING WORK PLATFORMS

Worksafe

“While this guidance has not been updated to reflect current work health and safety legislation (the Health and Safety at Work Act 2015 and regulations), it may still contain relevant information and practices to keep workers and others healthy and safe.

Please read this guidance in conjunction with all relevant industry standards that apply to you as a PCBU.” – Worksafe

Dated: August 2014

GOOD PRACTICE GUIDELINES FOR MANAGING WORK SITE TRAFFIC

Worksafe

Dated: February 2021

INDUSTRIAL ROPE ACCESS IN NEW ZEALAND: BEST PRACTICE GUIDELINES

Worksafe

Dated: May 2012

ETNZ SOCIAL MEDIA CODE OF CONDUCT

Current Version : 1

ENTERTAINMENT TECHNOLOGY NEW ZEALAND INCORPORATED; CONSTITUTION

Dated: 19 July 2020

NZ EVENTS SECTOR VOLUNTARY COVID CODE

The Code has been developed by the Events Sector in consultation with New Zealand Major Events at the Ministry of Business, Innovation, and Employment.

Version 2: October 2020

10 PRINCIPLES FOR SAFE & INCLUSIVE WORKPLACES IN THEATRE

Developed in the UK & supported by ABTT

ETNZ LIFE MEMBERSHIP AND INDUSTRY ACHIEVEMENT AWARDS

Application Process / Criteria

The purpose of the Life Membership & Industry Achievement Awards is to recognise individuals and companies who have made significant contributions to the New Zealand entertainment industry.

As at June 2021.

See box below for the Nomination Form.

ETNZ LIFE MEMBERSHIP AND INDUSTRY ACHIEVEMENT AWARDS

Nomination Form

Nomination Form version 1 at June 2021.

See box above for the Application Process / Criteria.

ETNZ PRODUCTION AND EVENT PINS

Criteria and Application Instructions

Production and Event pins were introduced in 2015 as a way of recognising the commitment of our members to the industry. It is a recognition of participation in production and events, open to all ETNZ financial members who have been involved in the designing, constructing, pulling together, crewing, or management of a production or event. Applicants are eligible to apply for a 25, 50, 75, or 100+ production/event pin.

As at June 2021

ETNZ COMMUNITY THEATRE TECHNICAL ACHIEVEMENT AWARDS

Criteria and Nomination Form

Recognizing outstanding contribution to the art of technical theatre in the community theatre environment. The ETNZ Community Theatre Technical Achievement Award recognises an individual who has achieved technical excellence in the technical area of community theatre.

As at June 2021

SELECON SCHOLARSHIP AWARD INFORMATION & DETAILS

The Selecon Scholarship has been made possible by the generous contribution of funds by the Directors of Selecon NZ. The Directors of Selecon wish to acknowledge the importance of the NZ market and the impact it has had over the years. It assisted Selecon to become a truly international company which in turn attracted the likes of Philips Royal to acquire it. The Directors hope this fund goes some way in assisting those who seek to further their education and in turn growing the knowledge base within the NZ industry as a whole.

Version : 2

ETNZ STRATEGIC PLAN

Version: Dec 2014; updated & reviewed Oct 2016