VISIT

PACIFIC 2017 CONDITIONS OF ENTRY

1. Eligibility

1.1 1. Admission to the Pacific 2017 International Maritime Exposition ("Pacific 2017") is exclusive to those with a professional or business interest in the maritime, defence or related industries.
           
  1.2 No person under the age of 16 years will be admitted to Pacific 2015.
           
 

2. Prohibited Items

  2.1   Persons are prohibited from entering Pacific 2017 with any Prohibited Items
           
  2.2   Prohibited Items (inter alia) include:-
           
      (i) Firearms or weapons (including replica or toy firearms or weapons);
           
      (ii)   Explosives or pyrotechnics;
           
      (iii)   Projectiles;
           
      (iv)   Paint, chemicals or sprays;
           
      (v)   Placards, flags, banners or signs;
           
      (vi)   Megaphones, amplifiers, loud speakers, lights or lasers; or
           
      (vii)   Materials, substances, devices, apparatus or equipment which, in the opinion of the Organiser, have (or may have) the potential to cause damage, injury, hazard, disruption, public nuisance, offence, distress, public inconvenience or security risk.
           
 

3. Registration and Trade Registration Badges

  3.1   To be admitted to Pacific 2017, all persons must be in lawful possession of a Trade Registration Badge issued by either the Organiser or an affiliated Conference Organiser.
           
  3.2   The Organiser's trade registration documentation must be completed and approved by the Organiser prior to issue of Trade Registration Badges.
           
  3.3   Trade Registration Badges are non-transferable and may only be used by the person to whom they are issued.
           
  3.4   Trade Registration Badges are the property of the Organiser and must be surrendered on demand to the Organiser, its officials or security personnel.
           
 

4. Identification Requirements

  4.1   Trade Registration Badges must be worn by all persons in a clearly visible manner at all times, and in all places, within Pacific 2017.
           
  4.2   All persons must carry with them official photographic identification issued by government or statutory authority (e.g. current drivers license, proof of age card, service identification or passport), which must be produced on demand to the Organiser, its officials or security personnel.
           
 

5. Security Surveillance

  5.1   Helmets, hats, sunglasses or other apparel, which may impede accurate visual identification of the wearer, must not be worn at any time within the venue.
           
 

6. Lost or Unattended Items

  6.1   Bags, luggage, receptacles and personal property and effects left unattended within the venue will be removed from the venue without notice.
           
  6.2   Enquiries regarding lost property should be made to the Organiser.
           
 

7. Suspicious Objects or Behaviour

  7.1   Suspicious objects or persons behaving in a suspicious manner should be reported immediately to the Organiser, its officials or security personnel.
           
 

8. Submission to Search

  8.1   It is a condition of entry to Pacific 2017 that all persons consent to being searched for Prohibited Items at any time by the Organiser, its officials or security personnel.
           
  8.2   It is a condition of entry to Pacific 2017 that all persons consent to their bags, luggage, receptacles, clothing, promotional materials, exhibits, stands, personal property and effects being searched for Prohibited Items at any time by the Organiser, its officials or security personnel.
           
 

9. Right to Refuse Entry and to Remove

  9.1  

The Organiser may, in their absolute discretion, refuse entry to any person.

           
  9.2  

The Organiser may, in their absolute discretion, require any person to leave the venue.

           
  9.3   Any person failing to comply with a direction on behalf of the Organiser to leave the venue may be physically removed by the Organiser, its officials or security personnel.
           
 

10. Animals

  10.1   Animals will not be admitted to Pacific 2017 except guide dogs being used by blind, deaf or otherwise disabled persons.
           
 

11. Release of Liability

  11.1   It is a condition of entry to Pacific 2017 that, to the extent permitted by law, visitors, exhibitors and participants exclude, release and forever discharge the Organiser, its personnel, agents and officials from all liability for claims, loss, damage, costs or expenses (whether arising under statute, from negligence, personal injury, death, property damage, infringement of third party rights or otherwise) arising from or connected with Pacific 2017.
           
 

12. Organiser

  12.1   In these conditions of entry the term "Organiser" refers to Industry Defence and Security Australia Limited (ABN 31 091 148 837), its personnel, agents and officials.