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Be in the draw to win a BridgeClimb* valued up to $344.

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Win a BridgeClimb*! Share the nominated image stating that you are attending the World Congress to your Linkedin with a caption of your choice and be in with a chance to win a BridgeClimb* valued up to $344.

ūüĒ• We‚Äôre giving delegates the chance to climb one of Australia's most iconic landmarks - the Sydney Harbour Bridge.

With expansive, bird's-eye views across Sydney, this rare opportunity is one not to miss.
 

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*Terms and conditions apply. 

 

Terms and Conditions 

 

Lottery Terms and Conditions  

The lottery is conducted by the Centre for Work Health and Safety, which forms part of SafeWork NSW (Promoter). The Promoter’s address is: 92 - 100 Donnison Street, Gosford NSW 2250 and the telephone number: 13 10 50.  

 

Eligibility  

Entry is open to any person over the age of 18.

There is no maximum number of people per organisation that can take part in the survey.  

Persons who are performing work for the Promoter or their immediate family members are not eligible to enter.  

 

Entry  

The promotion commences at 7am on Thursday the 12th of October 2023 and concludes at 11pm (AEDT) on Monday 30 October 2023 (promotion period). The Promoter will only accept entries made during the promotion period. No responsibility is accepted for entries not received by the Promoter during the promotion period this time.  

To enter, eligible entrants must post the nominated image on their Linkedin account with a caption of their choice making sure to tag the World Congress. 

The Promoter reserves the right to verify the validity of entries and reserves the right to disqualify any entrant for any reason, which may include submitting an entry which is not in accordance with these Terms and Conditions.  

 

Collection of personal information  

The Promoter collects your name and contact details for the purpose of conducting this lottery. This information will be destroyed after the lottery prize has been delivered to the winning recipient unless you give your consent to receive future updates from the Promoter. If the information requested is not provided, you may not participate in the competition. If you wish to access or correct the name or contact details you have provided, please email worldcongress2023@safework.nsw.go.au. For more information, please consult our Privacy Policy.  

 

Prizes and winning  

Once the promotion period is complete, the winner of the lottery will be drawn from the list of registered delegates (who have registered before or during the promotional period). The name of the randomly selected winner is final. The winner will be contacted by the 23rd World Congress team. Dates and times of the bridge climb will be non-negotiable. The prize is conditional on final attendance of the Congress. 

The random prize draw will take place electronically at 10am on Tuesday 4th of November 2023 in Sydney, NSW. 

The winner will receive a summit Bridgeclimb experience to the value of $344 AUD. 

The winner will be notified by email within five (5) business days of the draw. The prize (bridge climb summit) will be sent to the winner via email within ten business days of the 23rd World Congress occurring. If there no prize winner or the winner cannot be located, that information will be published via the World Congress website: safety2023sydney.com.  

The total Prize pool value is $344 AUD. The Promoter accepts no responsibility for any variation in the prize value. The prize is not transferable or exchangeable and non-cash prizes cannot be taken as cash.  

 

Prize conditions 

No permit is required for this event. 

 

Enquiries about the lottery  

If you have any queries about the conduct of this lottery, please email worldcongress2023@safework.nsw.gov.au  

 

Further conditions  

All entrants undertake to indemnify and keep indemnified the Promoter against all claims, demands, losses and damages that the Promoter incurs as a result of a breach by the entrant of its obligations under these conditions of entry.  

The promoter shall not be liable for any loss or damage whatsoever which is suffered (including but not limited to indirect or consequential loss) or for personal injury which is suffered or sustained, as a result of taking any of the prizes, except for any liability which cannot be excluded by law. The Promoter is not responsible for any problems or technical malfunction of any telephone network or lines, mobile phones, computer online systems, servers, or providers, computer equipment, software, technical problems or traffic congestion on the Internet or at any website, or any combination thereof, including (but not limited to) any injury or damage to entrants or any other person's computer or mobile phones related to or resulting from participation in or downloading any materials in this competition.  

This promotion is in no way sponsored, endorsed or administered by, or associated with LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, MailChimp or any media platform or publication. You understand that yotu are providing your information to the owner of this social media page and not to LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook, Instagram or MailChimp.  

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