Fire Regulations

Fire Regulations

Any materials used for construction of your stand or display must conform to the following minimum standards:

  • Non-combustible and inherently non-flammable material
  • Durable, flame-proof fabric
  • Self-extinguishing plastic
  • Plywood, hardwood or fibre-board rendered flame-resistant by a process of impregnation acceptable to the Authorities

The storage of any flammable liquids or fuel within the Exhibition is not permitted.

Fire extinguishers and/or fire fighting equipment must at all times be visible and accessible, and must not be removed from its correct location.

Motor vehicles or other mechanical appliances displayed within the exhibition venue must have a Maximum five litres of fuel (no need to clear fuel from fuel line and engine), their batteries must be disconnected and a drip tray placed under the sump. Areas of the ICC Sydney may require a 3m gap between vehicles. Please be specific with vehicle location. A spare set of keys must be handed to the ICC Sydney and they will be returned at the conclusion of the show. It is the responsibility of the exhibitor to provide a fire extinguisher with any vehicle in the hall and it must be visible on the stand at all times during show open hours.

Should construction of stands or exhibits create a potential smoke-locked area or create an area not serviceable by the existing sprinkler systems, the management of the exhibition venue, under advice from the Insurance Council of Australia, may require the smoke detection, emergency lighting, and exit lighting systems to be extended to cover the stand or exhibit areas.

Please notify the Operation Manager if you intend on bringing a vehicle, utilising a naked flame, doing hot work, cooking, or utilising LPG Gas for more information about requirements.

ICC Sydney requires temporary structures built for exhibitions or events to comply with relevant legislation,and are constructed with utmost concern for the safety of the public, employees and contractors.