Use of the CHOGM 2011 Credential
All accredited representatives for CHOGM 2011 events will receive a Credential for the meeting/s they are attending.
The Credential is in the form of an accreditation access pass (photo ID or badge) that confirms accreditation status and permits entry to CHOGM 2011 meetings, venues and events.
In using the Credential the media representative accepts the following terms and conditions and any other conditions notified periodically on the CHOGM 2011 website:
- The Credential remains at all times the property of the Commonwealth of Australia (the Australian Government) and may be withdrawn, suspended or deactivated for any reason at any time.
- The Credential does not guarantee entry to any venue or any other entitlements.
In accessing a CHOGM2011 venue a person may be:
- subjected to a security screening processes, including the search of personal property
- filmed or photographed (film and photograph may be used for any lawful purpose associated with CHOGM 2011).
- The Credential is non transferable.
- The Credential must be kept securely while not in use and may be inspected at any time on request from authorised officers.
- The Delegate must display the Credential at all times while in a venue by suspending it around their neck, at the front of the body with an approved CHOGM 2011 lanyard. The photo must be clearly visible at all times.
- If the Credential is lost or stolen it must be reported to the CHOGM 2011 Taskforce (the Taskforce) immediately.