In the case of an emergency, please follow the instructions of event crew and venue staff.
Your fire and evacuation warden is Cat Drayer (021 0778939), and in her absence, George Drayer (021 844969). If an emergency occurs, and you have experience or training that is appropriate (for example, medical training), please make yourself known immediately to the event management team.
Everyday health and safety
Everyone is individually responsible for their own safety and that of others.
We ask that stallholders take care at all times to avoid injury to themselves and others, and take care of the venue, as well.
No smoking or vaping inside any Wrought venue, or near the entrance doors. No alcohol or illegal substances at all, please.
If you have requested the use of a power point, all cables must be tested and tagged within the last 3 months.
All accessways must be kept clear at all times, especially emergency and fire devices (such as extinguishers, first aid supplies, and defibrillators).
In the case of a fire evacuation, please follow the instructions of venue and event crew, venue signage, and the instructions of the Fire Service. If you discover a fire, sound the alarm, and call 111 and tell them, then evacuate. Do not attempt to extinguish the fire unless you have the training and equipment to do so safely. Do not attempt to bring personal possessions with you, and leave by the nearest exit. Do not attempt to re-enter the building for any reason. Once you have been counted as safely evacuated, move to a safe location (do not stand in roadways, or in such a way that forces others to do so) and await further instructions.
If an earthquake occurs, drop, cover, and hold. If the earthquake is severe, do not leave shelter until given the all-clear by the event manager, deputy, or emergency services. Do not attempt to leave the building, as there may be falling glass and masonry, and you will not have shelter during aftershocks. If the building is deemed unsafe, follow the instructions of the event crew or emergency services and evacuate calmly. Take what you can, but only if advised that it is safe to do so.
In the case of a tsunami evacuation (if it's long, or strong, get gone), head for high ground immediately. Avoid the Hutt River and other waterways. Follow the instructions of the event crew or emergency services and evacuate calmly. Take what you can, but only if advised that it is safe to do so. Continue moving until you have reached safety. Do not attempt to take your car.
If there is a bomb threat during a Wrought event, we ask that stallholders remain calm and place everything that they identify as theirs on top of their tables. Do not touch any unknown bags or boxes. Take your valuables (phone, float, etc) and evacuate calmly, following the instructions of the event crew or emergency services. Remain quiet. If you receive a bomb threat, attempt to get as much information as you can - if the threat is received by phone, listen for accent, intonation, background noises. Ask what sort of device it is, where it is, and what the caller wants.
In the case of an intruder, violent offender, or other alert relating to a person threatening harm to others, remain calm, do not attempt to engage or disarm the perpetrator, shelter in place, and await instructions from the event crew or emergency services.
What we're about
WROUGHT is a new breed of #plasticbagfree makers' market, featuring local crafters and makers, performers, workshops, demonstrations, activities, and amazing food. We're on the lookout for makers with something different to offer, particularly metalwork, upcycled sculpture, woodwork, laser cut and CNC, things that are a bit more industrial art than standard 'crafts'. We're looking for stallholders in the Wellington region (or able to travel for our markets) who make their own stuff - the definition of 'make' being that they are the creative force behind the finished item, whether it be sewn, sculpted, 3D printed, drawn, or otherwise manufactured.