SIAFD 2021 Exhibitor Updates

Useful information and updates for SIAFD 2021 will appear here soon...

Health & Safety Documents

An improvement we have made to our event for 2021, is engaging the services of OHS Consultants who specialise in Event Health & Safety.

This means we have streamlined our processes and documents. Please return the following documents by 28th February 2021.

Failure to do so will prohibit you from setting up your site.
  • Site Induction Register signed by your workers
  • SIAFD Health & Safety Agreement, along with any required documentation stated on the agreement.
Can you please read this documentation and pass it onto all of your staff and any outside contractors attending the SIAFD.

Contractors only have to fill the form out once, even if they have several sites they areservicing. However, your contractor's Hazard and risk documentation for each individual site is required as part of your documentation per the SIAFD health and safety agreement.
If you are low risk, you still need to return the form, but some sections won't be applicable. We will be in contact it if we require further information.
When you or your contractors first arrive on site, please get them to report to the site office or loading bank office for your site location and H&S induction.
Please ensure you, your staff and your contractors scan the Covid QR code,(or sign in manually) at each gate during set-up, pack-up and during the event.

If you require a health and safety plan or need help please contact Amanda at OHS on 0800 582 535 or

They will also be on site from 23rd March to 26th March to help with any queries.

SIAFD 2021 Exhibitors' Handbook

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The following companies and organisations are proud to be associated with the South Island Agricultural Field Days

The SIAFD is a story of success. It has been the result of hard work by young farmers since 1951. About 175 members have served on the organising committee and several hundred others have worked during the field days providing the hands on approach needed to prepare for and run successful events.
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