BURner Safety & health
Modifyre is committed to providing and maintaining a safe and healthy environment for all participants at the event. Our Medics, Rangers, and Fire Safety teams are participants just like you, and we're here to help make sure everyone has a great time.
ON SITE FIRST AID
Whilst out on the paddock with at Modifyre, we all value our civic responsibilities in keeping ourselves and each other out of harms way. Though of course this doesn't always go to plan, accidents happen and sometimes we hurt ourselves.
The medics tent will be situated in centre camp and will be there to assist with any first aid issues that may arise. Your fearless team of aid providing angels will be on hand at any stage should you need them and will be more than happy to get you on the mend.
Do you have a first aid certificate and want to be part of the team at Modifyre 2017? Our medics are all fellow volunteers and we are always looking for people wanting to help out. If you think getting involved is something you could see yourself doing, let us know over at out our volunteers registration page!
DRUGS & ALCOHOL
Modifyre does not condone the unlawful use, sale, purchase, possession, manufacture, distribution, or dispensation of any prescribed or un-prescribed controlled substance at the event. We are committed to providing and maintaining a safe and healthy environment for all participants.
Nothing in this policy is meant to prohibit the appropriate use of over-the-counter medication or other medication that can legally be prescribed under both federal and state law, to the extent that it does not impair a participants safety or the safety of others.
This policy does not prohibit the use or consumption of alcohol brought to the event by participants. However, participants who choose to consume alcohol must do so responsibly. They must conduct themselves properly at all times and they must abide by all state and federal laws related to alcoholic beverages, including laws which prohibit the operation of vehicles while under the influence.
Drug use during pregnancy may result in fetal damage and birth defects causing hyperactivity, neurological abnormalities, and developmental difficulties. Consumption of alcohol by women during pregnancy may lead to fetal alcohol syndrome.
Information about health risks associated with drug and alcohol use and substance abuse is available from the Australian Drug Foundation; http://www.druginfo.adf.org.au/contact-numbers/help-and-support .