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Regulations of Summer Activations on the premises of Warsaw Breweries Summer 2021

Regulations of Summer Activations on the premises of Warsaw Breweries Summer 2021

 

I. GENERAL PROVISIONS

 

  1. These Regulations are issued by the organizer of the event entitled:„Lato w Browarach Warszawskich”, to be held in July and August 2021 on the premises of Warsaw Breweries in Warsaw, 58 Grzybowska Street (hereinafter referred to as the "Event").
  2. The Organizer of each of the Events is LIVE Spółka z ograniczoną odpowiedzialnością, with its registered office in Gdańsk (80-363), at 67 Piastowska Street, (NIP - Tax Identification Number 584-273-24-27, REGON - National Business Registry Number 221918273) entered in the register of entrepreneurs kept by the District Court Gdańsk-North in Gdańsk, VII Commercial Division of the National Court Register under number KRS 0000469064 (hereinafter referred to as the "Organizer").
  3. The below-mentioned terms used in the Regulations will have the following meanings:
  1. "Event Venue" means a place where the Event is conducted. The Event Venue may be changed for important reasons and made available to the public before the Event. The Event Venue will be divided into zones, access to which will be determined by Organizer in these Regulations;
  2. "Event Participant" means a person participating in the Event. The Event Participant can be:
    1. an adult,
    2. a minor who is under 15 years of age only under the care of a legal representative or other authorized adult and under their sole responsibility (including financial responsibility) for the aforementioned minor,
    3. a minor who is over 15 years of age but under 18 years of age, only after signing by their legal representative or other authorized guardian, no later than before entering the Event, a statement concerning the participation of the minor on the Event and the full responsibility (including financial responsibility) for the above mentioned minor.
  3. "Minor" is a person who is under the age of 18 (according to Article 10 of the Civil Code);
  4. "Security and Information Services" means, among others, employees of a personal or property protection agency appointed by Warsaw Breweries to take care of the safety of persons attending the Event. Members of the Security and Information Services shall have badges placed in a visible place;
  5. "RODO" means Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 April 2016 on the protection of natural persons with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data and repealing Directive 95/46/EC (OJ EU. L. 2016 No. 119, p. 1 as amended).
  1. These Regulations are addressed to all persons who will be staying in the Event Venue in the course of the Event. Every person staying in the Event Venue in the course of the Event is obliged to abide by the provisions of the Regulations.

 

II. ORGANIZATIONAL AND ORDER RULES APPLICABLE IN THE EVENT VENUE

 

  1. The Organizer will designate zones where access will be restricted or only available to the Organizer's guests and staff.
  2. Organizer ensures safety of persons present at the Event and order during the Event, by, among others:
    1. providing Security and Information Services with distinctive elements of clothing;
    2. providing hygiene and sanitation facilities;
    3. marking out evacuation routes and roads allowing access for emergency vehicles and the Police;
  3. The Event Participants and any other persons staying in the Event Venue are obliged to follow the instructions of the Security and Information Services. The refusal to obey these instructions may result only from the fact that they are in conflict with the generally binding law. Minors take part on the Event at the sole responsibility of their guardians.
  4. The Event Participants and any other persons staying in the Event Venue are obliged to behave in a way which does not threaten safety of other persons taking part in the Event and, in particular, to abide by the provisions of the Regulations. It is forbidden to destroy greenery, litter, damage markings and information boards, advertising carriers, devices and equipment located in the Event Venue, etc. The Event Participants are obliged to use sanitary facilities exclusively for their intended purpose.
  5. All persons present in the Event Venue are required to carry a photo ID card.
  6. During the Event it is prohibited to bring or possess:
  1. weapons or other dangerous objects,
  2. explosives,
  3. pyrotechnic products,
  4. fire hazardous materials,
  5. alcoholic beverages,
  6. narcotics or psychotropic substances,
  1. It is also prohibited to:
  1. carry out any commercial or other gainful activity in the Event Venue without Organizer's authorization,
  2. use drones on and above the Event Venue,
  3. consume alcohol in children's play areas,
  4. climb elements of structural and technical infrastructure, as well as enter areas that are not intended for the Event Participants,
  5. block and bar exits and evacuation routes, access roads for emergency services and hydrants and other devices necessary in case of rescue or firefighting actions during the Event,
  6. throw objects,
  7. start a fire,
  8. use vulgar and abusive language that violates good manners and insults any person or institution.

 

  1. The Organizer, within the scope defined by the Act and executor regulations , is entitled to record the course of the Event, in particular the behaviour of persons participating in the Event, with the use of equipment registering image and sound. The materials collected during the recording of the course of the Event, which may serve as evidences which could be used to initiate criminal proceedings or proceedings in cases of offences, or evidences significant for such proceedings being in progress, are handed over by the Organizer without delay to the district prosecutor  having jurisdiction over the place in which the Event was organized  or the Police. The materials gathered during the recording of the course of the Event which do not contain evidences which could lead to criminal proceedings or proceedings in cases of offences, or evidence significant for such proceedings being in progress are stored after the end of the Event for at least 30 days, but no longer than 90 days, and then they are destroyed under supervision.
  2. The Security and Information Services, who have badges displayed in a visible place, are entitled, in accordance with the provisions of the Act, to:
    1. check and confirm the entitlement of persons to participate in the Event and, in case of lack of such entitlement, to refuse admission to the Event Venue or to ask persons to leave the Event Venue;
    2. check identity papers of persons for the purpose of their identification,
    3. inspect the contents of a persons' baggage and clothing in case of suspicion that the persons bring in or possess objects referred to in chapter II, section 7 of the Regulations,
    4. issue instructions to persons disturbing the public order or behaving against the Regulations and, in case of failure to carry out these instructions, calling them to leave the Event;
    5. apprehend, in order to immediately hand over to the Police, persons posing a direct threat to the property entrusted to their protection and persons committing criminal offences;
    6. apply means of direct coercion in the cases specified in Art. 20 Par. 2 of the Act.
  3. The Security and Information Services are obliged to remove from the Event Venue persons whose behaviour disturbs the public order or violates the Regulations and also persons mentioned in chapter III section 3, item 1 - 3 of the Regulations.
  4. In case any objects, which are forbidden to bring in and possess in the Event Venue, are found in the inspected bags or clothes, a member of the Security and Information Services refuses admission to the Event to the person found in possession of such objects or removes them from the Event Venue. The Securit and Information Services refuse admission to the Event of the persons mentioned in chapter III section 3 item 1-7 of the Regulations.
  5. The persons who - in accordance with the Regulations or the Act - were refused admission to the Event or participation in it are not entitled to make any claims in respect thereof.
  6. The Organizer does not run a deposit point.
  7. The Organizer  ensure fire safety in accordance with applicable law.
  8. The Organizer ensures epidemiological safety, so that in the Event Venue there is no more than 1 person per 2.5 sqm of space available for participants, spectators or clients, excluding service staff.

 

III. ADMISSION TO THE EVENT VENUE

 

  1. Due to the safety of the Event Participants, a limited number of persons can stay in the Event Venue. The Organizer reserves the right, taking into consideration the safety of the Event Participants, to allow admission by rotation.
  2. The following persons are not eligible for admission to the Event Venue:
    1. persons who are under the apparent influence of alcohol, narcotic drugs, psychotropic drugs or other similarly acting substances,
    2. persons who possess weapons or other objects, materials, products, beverages, agents or substances referred to in chapter II, section 7 of the Regulations,
    3. persons who behave aggressively, provocatively, rudely or in any other way posing a threat to the public safety or order.

 

IV. RIGHTS AND OBLIGATIONS OF THE EVENT PARTICIPANTS AND PERSONAL DATA PROCESSING

 

  1. The Event Participant has the right to:
  1. stay in the Event Venue during the Event, i.e. from the moment the Organizer makes the Event Venue available until the end of the Event, from 10:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m,
  2. obtain information on the location of sanitary rooms, facilities and safety requirements specified by the Organizer or emergency services,
  3. use facilities, including hygiene and sanitation facilities, that are provided for general use, in a manner consistent with their intended use,
  1. The Organizer reserves the right to cancel the Event without prior notice. The Organizer will not be liable for any compensation or damages on this account.
  2. The Organizer reserves the right to determine changes in the course of the Event for justified reasons, e.g. Force Majeure, etc., and furthermore the right to change the Event's program in terms of artistic values and time without prior consultation and compensation.
  3. The Participant of the Event or any other person in the Event Venue may be exposed to continuous sound, which may cause hearing damage. The Event Participants take part in the Event at their own risk. Pregnant women are especially exposed to danger.
  4. The Organizer records the course of the Event for the purposes of documenting and promoting/advertising the Event, preparing reportage materials, distributing music or audiovisual publications and other undertakings of the Organizer and the sponsors of the Event. The images of persons staying in the Event Venue may be recorded and subsequently broadcast for documentation, reporting, advertising and promotional purposes, to which the Participants give their consent the moment they enter the Event Venue. 
  5. The Organizer is a controller of personal data of people whose image or voice was recorded:
  1. in the case described in chapter II, section 9 of the Regulations - the basis for the processing of the personal data is to comply with a legal obligation to which the controller is subject by the Act (Article 6(1)(c) RODO), the personal data in question will be processed only for the purpose described in chapter II, section 9 of the Regulations,
  2. in the case described in section 5 above - the basis for the processing of the personal data is the consent of the Participant of the Event (Article 6(1)(a) of RODO), expressed the moment they enter the Event Venue. Giving consent is voluntary. The personal data in question will be processed solely for the purpose specified in section 5 above.
  1. The personal data referred to in section 6 item 1 will be kept for the period specified in chapter II, section 9 of the Regulations.
  2. The personal data referred to in section 6 item 2 will be kept for the period of the use of materials containing personal data for the purposes indicated in section 5.
  3. The persons whose data is processed by the Organizer as the controller have the right to request from the Organizer access to their personal data and to rectify them, and in the cases and under the terms of RODO also the right to request from the controller to delete, limit the processing and transfer of their personal data, and to withdraw their consent to data processing, as well as the right to object to the processing of their personal data.
  4. The persons whose data is processed by the Organizer as the controller have the right to lodge a complaint to the supervisory authority, which is the President of the Personal Data Protection Office.


    V. RULES OF FUNCTIONING IN THE EVENT SPACE

The Participants are obliged to familiarize themselves with the recommendations of the Chief Sanitary Inspectorate and the guidelines of the Event Organizer during the ongoing SARS-CoV-2 virus epidemic and to follow the rules defined by the Event Organizer, i.e:

1) In the open space:

a. to disinfect hands regularly;

b. to keep a distance of at least 1.5 meters from other Event Participants during activities and in queues to catering or sanitary facilities;

c. to avoid being in large crowds;

2) In the confined space:

a. to cover the nose and the mouth;

b. to disinfect hands regularly;

c. to avoid being in large crowds;

d. to keep a minimum distance of 1.5 meters from other Event Participants during activities and in queues to catering or sanitary facilities;

 

VI. FINAL PROVISIONS

 

  1. All rights to the Event name and logo are reserved.
  2. The Organizer is not liable for the consequences of Force Majeure. The Force Majeure shall be an event which is beyond the Organizer's control, which makes the performance of the obligations impossible or which may be regarded as impossible due to the existing circumstances. The Force Majeure shall be in particular: the epidemiological situation, atmospheric conditions, failures or disturbances in the operation of devices providing electricity, heat, light, warfare or actions of state or local authorities in the formulation of policies, laws and regulations affecting the performance of the obligations.
  3. The Organizer is not responsible for items left in the Event Venue.
  4. These Regulations are available at the designated entrances to the Event Venue.
  5. Any correspondence to the Organizer should be sent to the address specified in chapter I, section 3 of these Regulations, in writing, by registered mail.
  6. The Security Services may issue its own safety and fire protection instructions in accordance with applicable law.
  7. In matters not regulated herein, the provisions of the Act and the Civil Code shall apply.
  8. The Regulations shall become effective September 5, 2020.