GUIDE TO PARC Y SCARLETS

It is the policy of Scarlets Regional Ltd that all work related accidents, injuries or near misses are investigated and reported. If you are involved in such an incident you must report it to your host who will arrange for a written investigation.

Scarlets Regional Ltd operates a continuous improvement policy and uses incident investigation data as a means of preventing recurrences to promote a healthier and safer workplace.

With the exception of assistance dogs, no animals are permitted in the Stadium grounds.

Upon arrival to Parc y Scarlets, please make your way to the Main Reception. Please advise your name, company name and who you are visiting. Write your name, company, arrival time and the person you are visiting in the Visitors Book located in the Main Reception. This information is used to account for you in case of an emergency.

When leaving the premises please sign yourself out of the Visitors Book.

Unfortunately, we do not permit the use of candles within the Stadium.

There are approximately 300 car parking spaces situated within the Main Bowl. Please note that this car park is allocated on a first-come, first-served basis.

Maximum speed within the premises is 10mph. The Highway Code and Health and Safety regulations apply. Kindly ensure that your vehicle is parked in the bays provided and is not causing an obstruction.

We have 26 disabled car parking spaces available within the Main Bowl. These are for blue badge holders only.

Unfortunately, we do not allow self-catering within the Stadium. There is a variety of refreshments available to purchase from the Strade Lounge. The Strade Lounge is open Monday – Friday, 9am – 4pm.

There are no cash machines located within the Stadium. The nearest cash machine is located outside Morrisons supermarket approximately 10 minutes walk from the Main Reception.

The event organiser is responsible for and liable for any and all damage to any Stadium property caused during an event by any guest.

No fixings are permitted to be attached to any of the function rooms located within the Stadium interior or exterior spaces. This includes the use of blu-tac.

Travelling from the West

Leave the M4 at Junction 48. Turn right onto the A4138 signposted Llanelli. Stay on this road for approximately 3 miles until you reach traffic lights with a Premier Inn on your left. Turn right immediately after the hotel following the Stadium parking signs.

Travelling from the East

Leave the M4 at Junction 48. Turn left onto the A4138 sign posted Llanelli. Stay on this road for approximately 3 miles until you reach traffic lights with a Premier Inn on your left. Turn right immediately after the hotel following the Stadium parking signs.

Travelling by Rail

The nearest train station, Llanelli Railway Station is approximately 2.2 miles away from the Stadium. There is a taxi service located outside the station.

Please ensure you are familiar with the procedures to be followed in the event of an emergency at the Stadium.

We welcome all feedback relating to your experience at the Stadium. Please email feedback to info@parcyscarlets.com.

In the event of a personal injury or accident, help may be obtained from any of the trained First-Aiders employed by Scarlets.

If the fire alarm sounds then please stay calm and do not panic. If there is a fire a continuous wailing fire alarm will sound. The alarm will turn off 60 seconds after the all clear has been given.

Please leave the building by the shortest route, using Fire Exit signs as guides and make your way to the assembly point on the East Car Park where you will be checked against the Visitors book.

Do not re-enter the building until your host or the Emergency Team gives the ‘ALL CLEAR’.

Scarlets Regional Ltd understands that food allergies present a serious problem to some guests. Our staff will endeavour to provide you with the information you need. Please speak to your host if you consider yourself at risk.

There is free WiFi across the Stadium – Parc y Scarlets Free WiFi. The WiFi can be accessed via a splash page where guests are asked to register their details before gaining access.

Main Reception – 01554 783900

Strade Lounge – 01554 783949

Health and Safety Officer – 01554 783929

Policy (non-emergency) – 101

National Health Service (for free emergency medical advice) – 111

Taxi Service (Eddie’s Cabs) – 01554 777222

All property found should be handed to the Stadium, where it will be retained during the event or until the owner comes forward. If no owner is found for the duration of the event, the property will be retained at the Stadium. If, after four weeks, no claim in respect of that property has been made, the venue shall consider the property to have been abandoned and reserve the right to dispose of the property.

All electrical equipment, including that which may be used in connection with entertainment activities brought into the Stadium must have been appropriately tested. We are required to carry out checks to ensure that all equipment complies. Please ensure that you draw this to the attention of all concerned including any selected third-party contractors.

We are obliged to have security stewards on site as part of our liquor licensing agreement. The primary task of a steward is to minimise the risk of injury to the public and event personnel. Stewards will be readily identifiable by the use of either high visibility jackets, tabards or armbands and some form of identity.

Smoking is not permitted in any part of the Stadium. If you wish to smoke, please use one of the designated smoking shelters.

We endeavour to maintain an ambient temperature in all of our function rooms.  Please notify a member of staff if you would like the temperature modified.

The event organiser is responsible for ensuring that all third-party contractors comply with the below rules.

The Stadium is situated close to some residential properties and in accordance with our Premises Licence, steps must be taken to ensure that noise from entertainment is kept to a reasonable level.

It is a condition of hire that third-party contracts must make contact with the premises before the event takes place. You must arrange a time to deliver equipment and to collect it.

It is a requirement for third-party contracts to complete a risk assessment and submit insurance documents relating to the service they are providing.

It is a requirement that all electrical equipment brought onto the premises has been tested in accordance with current regulations. Checks will be carried out on arrival and any equipment not bearing a current certificate of PAT testing will not be allowed to be used on the premises.

Parc y Scarlets does not have any designated changing or storage facilities for third-party contractors. If you have specific requirements, please contact a member of staff. Please note that staff are not permitted to accept any article for safekeeping.

There are toilet facilities located on each floor within the Stadium. Our toilets are cleaned regularly, however, if you consider their condition to be unsatisfactory at any time, please advise a member of staff.

Wilfully ignoring these rules compromises the safety of everyone in the Stadium. In the event of this occurring, every Scarlets Regional Limited employee is empowered to escort offenders off-site. Visitors who persist will not be permitted to return.

It is of utmost importance to Scarlets Regional Ltd that work carried out by employees and visitors is done in a workplace which is safe and in an environment which is healthy.

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Llanelli, Carmarthenshire
SA14 9UZ

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“Just wanted to thank you and all at the Scarlets who helped make our fundraising evening such a huge success. It was a great evening and everyone enjoyed immensely.”

Mike Davies, HR Director – Castell Howell

“I have had superb feedback from our VIP visitors who were very impressed with everything about Parc y Scarlets.”

James Ross – Masonic Province of West Wales