28 & 29 JANUARY 2022




Formula E are committed to the Health, Safety and Welfare of all employees, contractors, and visitors during the construction and operation of its event sites.

To ensure all personnel have the information to cooperate with the Event Management in maintaining a safe working environment everyone is required to complete this Health and Safety induction before arriving to site.

Induction guide

You will only be permitted access to site if you have:

Completed the online Health and Safety induction and provided your details when requested

Please bring the confirmation email and photo ID the first time you visit

Received your Health and Safety accreditation which must be carried at all times

Site Information

The street. The town. The post code.
[What 3 Words] address

Site operating hours are 08:00 to 20:00 unless by prior agreement. The accreditation office will be open from 07:30

Events management team

Matt Williams

Event Safety Director

Live Safety

07468 451897


Matt Williams

Event Safety Director

Live Safety

07468 451897


Matt Williams

Event Safety Director

Live Safety

07468 451897


Matt Williams

Event Safety Director

Live Safety

07468 451897


Matt Williams

Event Safety Director

Live Safety

07468 451897


Matt Williams

Event Safety Director

Live Safety

07468 451897


Personal protective equipment (ppe)

As a minimum you will need to wear a Hi-Vis tabard.


It should meet the requirements of EN ISO 20471:2013 and ensure you are clearly visible


You should wear appropriate footwear for the work activity and environment


Head protection must be worn when operating in areas of overhead works

Other PPE as detailed in your RAMS may also be required





First Aid


First aid

First Aid is available at the site office

A defibrillator is located at the site office

All accidents, near misses MUST be reported to the site office


There are toilets with handwashing facilities in the Production area for you to use during your time on site as well as in other areas of the site.

Hand sanitiser will be provided at the catering tent.

Please ensure that you wear appropriate clothing for the weather on site.

There will be a drinking water point and hot drinks in the Production area. Please ensure that you stay hydrated.

Please bring a reusable bottle to refill at the water point.


If you discover a fire:

Contact the site office on Radio Channel 1

Warn those around you by shouting “Fire Fire Fire”

If you are trained to do so and firefighting equipment is available attempt to put out the fire.

Evacuate by the nearest exit. These will be marked with running man signs.

The assembly point is at the Site Office






Please ensure all bags coming to site are clearly labelled

In the event of an evacuation, please report to your line manager.

Please report anything suspicious or anyone acting suspiciously to Production/Licensing/H&S.

No matter how small it may seem, it is better to say something than nothing.

If there is a major incident, please follow all given instructions and do not take matters into your own hands.

on site

The site speed limit is 10 mph reducing to 5 mph in pedestrian areas

Do not use your mobile phone when driving

You must only carry one passenger per seat

You must not carry passengers in vehicle load areas

Only drive vehicles for which you are licensed

Do not leave keys in unattended vehicles

at height

The Work at Height Regulations 2005 requires that all activities must be adequately planned, supervised, and carried out by competent people. Do you need to work at height? Can the work take place at ground level? If no, then:

Is there a safe means of access and appropriate fall protection available?

Make a visual check of your equipment and platform before use. This includes toe boards being in place, no dangerous gaps in the platform, and correct guardrails in place. (Will it hold your weight?)

Take special care of yourself and your materials when on a sloped surface at height, as the slope increases the risk of a fall.

Harnesses must be used when working above head height, and securely fastened to a fixing point at all times.

If there is a major incident, please follow all given instructions and do not take matters into your own hands.

If you have any concern about Work at Height, please contact the Health and Safety team to discuss it.


To minimise the risk of injury from lifting and carrying, please keep in mind that there is a difference between what someone can lift, and what someone can safely lift. The following principles may help.

Plan the lift How heavy is the object? Are you wearing appropriate footwear? Can you clear obstructions between the object now and where you are setting it down? Would it be safer to lift with another person?

Adopt a stable position: Feet apart, well balanced.

Starting the lift well: Get a good grip on the object, lift with your legs, do not use your back as a lever. Move smoothly, avoid quickly moving the object. Place the object down midway on another surface if needed before you are upright.

Carrying the object: Avoid twisting your back, keep the load close to the waist with the heavier side towards you. Keep your head up and look for anything that may be in your way, or another surface to put the object down on if needed.

Setting the object down: Continue to keep the object close to the waist to avoid overstretching, lower the object down with your legs rather than by leaning with your back.

Portable Appliances and Power Tools

Under the Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations 1998, all work equipment, including Power Tools, is required to be:

Fit for purpose & In good repair

Operated by a competent person, with appropriate PPE

Suitably protected and guarded, meaning it is inherently safe to use.

Key managers shall ensure that all activities within their section are properly planned and those working with power tools are doing so safely.

to Work

Various types of underground and overground services are present onsite and a strict Permit to Work system has been developed to ensure the safeguarding of all staff, customers, and infrastructure at this event site. Not all hazards may be identified on the Hazard Map. Failure to obtain a Permit to Work for any of these areas could result in removal from site.

Overhead hazards

All overhead lines can be extremely dangerous. Safe practice must be adhered to. If you need to work near them, a strict permit to work system is in place. These can be obtained at the Health and Safety office on site.

Underground gas line

There is a gas line running through the arena with a 7m exclusion zone for pinning and digging. Please check if your work requires you to work within this area. If it does, regardless of your work, you must obtain a permit to work form the H&S team (located in the Site Office). The gas line is marked out with wooden pegs and flags, if you are unsure of its location, please ask the H&S Team

and Drugs

There is a zero tolerance for being under the influence of alcohol or illegal drugs. You should inform your employer if you are taking any prescribed or over the counter medication that could affect your work.

Anyone suspected of being under the influence of alcohol or illegal drugs will be removed from site immediately

Yellow / red
card policy

The Yellow/Red Card policy will be in operation across all sites

Not wearing Hi Vis after being warned

Speeding on site after being warned

Ignoring Health and Safety Regulations

Ignoring the Site Rules

Not reporting incidents to the Site Office

Working at height without appropriate PPE or fall protection

Not working according to the procedures outlined in the Supplier’s own Risk Assessment and Method Statement

Food Traders not complying with Environmental Requirements.

Yellow Card = Record of offence
Red Card = £100 fine for the Supplier, or a day’s pay docked if a member of our staff.
(We reserve the right to permanently remove staff or contractors from site.)