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New Zealand ShakeOut 2018 Colouring Competition Terms and Conditions

  1. The New Zealand ShakeOut 2018 Colouring Competition is run by MCDEM , Level 4, Bowen House, Parliament Buildings, Wellington, New Zealand.
  2. The Competition is open to all Early Childhood Centres that have signed up to take part in New Zealand ShakeOut.
  3. The Competition will be governed by these Terms and Conditions and entry into this Competition is deemed to be acceptance of these Terms and Conditions by the entrant).

Competition Period

  1. The Competition will commence at 9.30am, 18 October 2018 and end at 11.59pm, 31 October 2018 (competition period).
  2. Entries must be submitted within this time to be eligible to go in the prize draw.

Entry

  1. To enter the competition, each ECE must fulfil these requirements:
    1. Sign up to take part in New Zealand ShakeOut;
    2. Have children complete a New Zealand ShakeOut 2018 Colouring page as specified on the website;
    3. Choose three colouring pages to represent your ECE.
    4. Scan or photograph your three entries and email them to ShakeOut@dpmc.govt.nz with the following information:
      • Subject line: Colouring Competition.
      • Organisor's name
      • Physical address.
  2. Your early childhood centre may only submit one Entry (of three completed colouring pages) during the Competition Period and each entrant can only win one regional prize.
  3. You are responsible for ensuring that any information provided as part of an Entry is complete and correct. Incomplete, incorrect, indecipherable, illegible or late entries will be invalid.
  4. MCDEM reserves the right, at any time, to verify the validity of Entries and entrants (including an entrant's identity, age, ECE and place of residence) and to disqualify any entrant who submits an Entry that is not in accordance with these Terms and Conditions or who tampers with the entry process. Failure by MCDEM to enforce any of its rights at any stage does not constitute a waiver of those rights.

Draw

  1. Winners will be announced within 14 business days of the Competition Period closing.
  2. Each entry goes into the draw to win one prize pack for within their region and one for the overall grand prize. Winners will be picked randomly from all the valid entries received during the Competition Period.
  3. One Grand Prize winner will be picked randomly from all the valid entries received during the Competition Period.
  4. Sixteen winners (one per region) will be picked randomly from all the valid entries received during the Competition Period. One winner from each of the 16 regions will be receive a regional prize pack.
  5. MCDEM will use its best endeavours to contact the winner by using the winner’s schools contact details supplied in each Winning Entry within 5 business days from the prize draw. However, if MCDEM cannot contact any winner within a reasonable time, MCDEM may redraw for the relevant prize.
  6. Winning early childhood centres will be announced on the ShakeOut website and NZ Civil Defence Facebook page.
  7. All decisions regarding this Competition by MCDEM will be final and no correspondence will be entered into.

Prize(s)

  1. Each regional prize winner will receive a regional prize pack for their centre, which may include:
    1. keyrings, stickers, tattoos, pencils, etc.
  2. One early childhood centre will be chosen at random to win a $500 Prezzy Card.
  3. The prizes cannot be transferred, exchanged or redeemed for cash.

General

  1. MCDEM has the rights to use, promote and distribute the winning colouring designs and otherwise use them for the purposes of this Competition and ongoing New Zealand ShakeOut2018 promotions.
  2. Personal information collected by New Zealand ShakeOut 2018 for the purposes of the Competition will only be used in connection with this Competition or as otherwise set out in these Terms and Conditions. You have a right of access to and the right to request correction of your personal information.
  3. If you are a prize winner, you agree to participate in publicity organised by MCDEM and you also agree to the use of your name, likeness and image, and your entry, for publicity and promotional purposes for an unlimited period in any media, without compensation. This includes, but is not limited to, social media and event websites and media releases.
  4. MCDEM reserves the right to terminate, suspend or modify the Competition in response to technical failures, fraud or any other factors out of the reasonable control of MCDEM. Any such updates will be displayed of the ShakeOut website.


New Zealand ShakeOut 2018 Schools Challenge Terms and Conditions

  1. The New Zealand ShakeOut and Tsunami Hīkoi 2018 ShakeOut Schools Challenge is run by MCDEM, Level 4, Bowen House, Parliament Buildings, Wellington, New Zealand.
  2. The Challenge is open to any year 1-8 child attending a school that is registered to participate New Zealand ShakeOut 2018.
  3. The Challenge will be governed by these Terms and Conditions and entry into this Competition is deemed to be acceptance of these Terms and Conditions by the entrant.

Competition Period

  1. The Competition run from 18 October – 31 October 2018.
  2. Sign up opens 6 June and closes 18 September, registrations after this date will not be vaild.

Entry

  1. To enter the competition, each entrant must fulfil these requirements:
    1. Sign up your school up for the ShakeOut Passport Challenge via the sign up form and read the New Zealand ShakeOut 2018 Schools Challenge information on the website.
    2. Encourage students to complete the New Zealand ShakeOut 2018 Challenge passport with their household/community; and
    3. Collect the completed passports and complete the post challenge survey to confirm the number of passports completed, to be in to win.
  2. Your school may only submit one Entry during the Competition Period and each entrant can only win one regional prize.
  3. You are responsible for ensuring that any information provided as part of an Entry is complete and correct. Incomplete, incorrect, indecipherable, illegible or late entries will be invalid.
  4. MCDEM reserves the right, at any time, to verify the validity of Entries and entrants (including an entrant's identity, age, school and place of residence) and to disqualify any entrant who submits an Entry that is not in accordance with these Terms and Conditions or who tampers with the entry process. Failure by MCDEM to enforce any of its rights at any stage does not constitute a waiver of those rights.

Draw

  1. Winners will be announced within 14 business days of the Competition Period closing.
  2. A North, South and Central region winner will be picked randomly from all the valid Entries received during the Competition Period to give a total of three regional winners.
  3. MCDEM will use its best endeavours to contact each winner by using the contact details provided for the school supplied in each Winning Entry within 5 business days from the prize draw. However, if MCDEM cannot contact any winner within a reasonable time, we may redraw for the relevant prize.
  4. Winners will be announced on the ShakeOut website and NZ Civil Defence Facebook page.
  5. All decisions regarding this Competition by MCDEM will be final and no correspondence will be entered into.

Prize(s)

  1. Each school that submits an entry will receive a prize(promotional) pack for students who complete their passport, which may consist of stickers, tattoos, pens, etc.
  2. There is one grand prize winner, that will be randomly selected to win a $500 Prezzy Card for their school.
  3. The prizes cannot be transferred, exchanged or redeemed for cash.

General

  1. MCDEM has the rights to use, promote and distribute the winning colouring designs and otherwise use them for the purposes of this Competition and ongoing New Zealand ShakeOut promotions.
  2. Personal information collected by New Zealand ShakeOut for the purposes of the Competition will only be used in connection with this Competition or as otherwise set out in these Terms and Conditions. You have a right of access to and the right to request correction of your personal information.
  3. If you are a prize winner, you agree to participate in publicity organised by MCDEM and you also agree to the use of your name, likeness and image for publicity and promotional purposes for an unlimited period in any media, without compensation. This includes, but is not limited to, social media and event websites and media releases.
  4. MCDEM reserves the right to terminate, suspend or modify the Competition in response to technical failures, fraud or any other factors out of the reasonable control of MCDEM. Any such updates will be displayed of the ShakeOut website.


New Zealand ShakeOut 2018 Video Competition Terms and Conditions

  1. The New Zealand ShakeOut 2018 ShakeOut Video Competition is run by MCDEM, Level 4, Bowen House, Parliament Buildings, Wellington, New Zealand
  2. The Competition is open to any child attending a high school that is registered to participate New Zealand ShakeOut and Tsunami hīkoi 2018.
  3. The Competition will be governed by these Terms and Conditions and entry into this Competition is deemed to be acceptance of these Terms and Conditions by the entrant (or their parent or legal guardian where the entrant is younger than 18 years of age).

Competition Period

  1. The Competition will commence at 9.30am, 18 October 2018 and end at 11.59pm, 31 October 2018 (competition period).
  2. Entries must be submitted within this time to be eligible to go in the prize draw.

Entry

  1. To enter the competition, each entrant must fulfil these requirements:
    1. The Competition: Students should create a short video on one or a combination of the following themes (each video must include a Drop, Cover, Hold or Long, Strong, Get Gone):
      1. Emergency readiness, with particular attention to what to do before, during and after an earthquake or tsunami.
      2. Emergency preparedness, e.g. what supplies you need, how to stay informed, making a plan.
      3. The science behind earthquakes and tsunamis, what causes them, what happens during the event.
    2. Videos should be between 30 seconds and a minute long.
    3. Entries should include a ten second title screen consisting of a title, the name/class(s) of the entrant(s), and the name of the school.
  2. This competition is open to any student attending a high school that is registered to participate New Zealand ShakeOut 2018.
  3. Entries may be produced by a group of students or a class.
  4. The video must be submitted digitally in the form of a link to ShakeOut@dpmc.govt.nz along with the following information:
    1. Subject line – name of comp (e.g. Passport Challenge, video competition)
    2. Name of your school
    3. Name of your video
    4. Physical address
    5. Name of students participating
  5. The school will accept that any repercussions for failing to obtain parental/guardian consent is the responsibility of the school and not of MCDEM.
  6. There may be multiple entries form your school during the competition period however each entrant can only win one prize.
  7. You are responsible for ensuring that any information provided as part of an entry is complete and correct. Incomplete, incorrect, indecipherable, illegible or late entries will be invalid.
  8. MCDEM reserves the right, at any time, to verify the validity of Entries and entrants (including an entrant's identity, age, school and place of residence) and to disqualify any entrant who submits an Entry that is not in accordance with these Terms and Conditions or who tampers with the entry process. Failure by MCDEM to enforce any of its rights at any stage does not constitute a waiver of those rights.

Draw

  1. Winners will be announced within 14 business days of the Competition Period closing.
  2. A North, South and Central region winner will be picked randomly from all the valid Entries received during the Competition Period to give a total of three regional winners.
  3. MCDEM will use its best endeavours to contact each winner by using the contact details (phone, email or through the winner's school) supplied in each Winning Entry within 5 business days from the prize draw. However, if MCDEM cannot contact any winner within a reasonable time, we may redraw for the relevant prize.
  4. Winners will be announced on the ShakeOut website and NZ Civil Defence Facebook page.
  5. All decisions regarding this Competition by MCDEM will be final and no correspondence will be entered into.

Prize(s)

  1. The regional prize for the competition is divided into three regions, North, South and Central.
  2. Each entry goes into a draw for their region.
  3. The grand prize for each region is randomly chosen.
  4. The grand prize for each region wins a $500 Prezzy card for their school.
  5. Prizes cannot be transferred, exchanged or redeemed for cash.

General

  1. Entrants own all rights to their videos, but MCDEM may distribute, reproduce and exhibit videos for promotional purposes on their website, social media, publications and conferences.
  2. Ministry of Civil Defence & Emergency Management has the rights to use, promote and distribute the winning colouring designs and otherwise use them for the purposes of this Competition and ongoing New Zealand ShakeOut promotions.
  3. Personal information collected by New Zealand ShakeOut for the purposes of the Competition will only be used in connection with this Competition or as otherwise set out in these Terms and Conditions. You have a right of access to and the right to request correction of your personal information.
  4. If you are a prize winner, you agree to participate in publicity organised by MCDEM and you also agree to the use of your name, likeness and image for publicity and promotional purposes for an unlimited period in any media, without compensation. This includes, but is not limited to, social media and event websites and media releases.
  5. Copyrighted material must not be used in videos without permission by the copyright holder. Videos containing unauthorised copyright material will not be eligible for prizes.
  6. Offensive or discriminatory content of any nature is not allowed in video entries. Any video containing offensive or discriminatory content will be disqualified.
  7. MCDEM reserves the right to terminate, suspend or modify the Competition in response to technical failures, fraud or any other factors out of the reasonable control of MCDEM. Any such updates will be displayed of the ShakeOut website.
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