Licenses for rachael

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Licenses for rachael

  1. 1. By Jordan Potsig-Simpson& Ashleigh Gow Type of Licence What is it? Why we need it? How is it obtained? Who is responsible for obtainingit? Pyrotechnics The ability use chemical reactions which create the production of heat, light, smoke and/or sound -To abide by the law, and to reassure authenticity/legitimacy of the event To be able to use pyrotechnics pyro.co.uk (B.P.A – British Pyrotechnists Association Legal officer of the event Alcohol The legibility to sell/supply alcohol to others -To abide by the law, and to reassure authenticity/legitimacy of the event -To be able to sell alcohol gov.uk Legal officer of the event Or Front of House manager Performance The ability to perform in public (Music, Video, Dance…) -To abide by the law, and to reassure authenticity/legitimacy of the event -A child license enables them to perform in a film, play, sporting event, musical, or perform in an event which requires a fee or an event which is on a licensed premise -ppluk.com (P.P.L – Public Performance License) -gov.uk if you are looking for a child licence (enabling them to perform in a film, play, sporting event, musical -Producer/ Director -Yourself if you are a ‘street busker’ for example. Music The legal use of copyrighted music. -To abide by the law and to reassure authenticity/legitimacy of the event. -prsformusic.com -gov.uk -the Legal Officer of the event
  2. 2. By Jordan Potsig-Simpson& Ashleigh Gow Capacity The legal obligation to keep the public safe by determining how many people are allowed in / at the venue at only one time. -to abide by the law and to reassure authenticity/ legitimacy and to show good health and safety planning. -A Temporary Event Notice is needed. -gov.uk -the legal officer / manager & also the venue owner Fire Arms The legibility to have possession of a fire arm, even if it is not used. -to abide by the law and to reassure authenticity/ legitimacy of the event. The ability to use a real gun as a prop. -Local Police force -basc.org,uk -the Legal Officer of the event.

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