PMOA Minimum Standard
DISPLAY OF ACCREDITATION CARDS FOR THE PMOA
3.1.1 As a general rule, access to the PMOA will be restricted only to those individuals whose presence in that area is absolutely essential for operational purposes. Obviously this would include Players, Player Support Personnel, Match Officials and the ICC Regional Security Manager.
3.1.2 In certain circumstances, temporary ‘visitor’ accreditation may also need to be issued by the ICC Regional Security Manager to any other individuals who may need access to the PMOA from time to time for operational reasons, including, for example, BCCI and Franchisee staff and members of the venue’s security, maintenance or cleaning or catering staff. Such temporary accreditation can only be provided by the ICC Regional Security Manager, who may impose such conditions on the accreditation (including for specific time periods or areas etc) as he/she deems appropriate in the circumstances.
3.1.3 For the avoidance of doubt, and except as described in Article 3.2, below, no individual, irrespective of their identity, job, role or responsibility, will be allowed to enter, or remain within, the PMOA without displaying an official accreditation card.
3.2 Players, Player Support Personnel and Match Officials:
3.2.1 All Players, Player Support Personnel and Match Officials must display their PMOA accreditation cards prior to entry into the PMOA for the first time on the day of a Match.
3.2.2 Players, Match Officials and members of each team’s coaching staff need not carry their PMOA accreditation cards so long as they remain at all times within either the PMOA, the nets or practice area or field of play. Should any such person need to leave this area for any reason other than in the case of a medical or security emergency, then he/she must: (a) carry his/her PMOA accreditation card with them when they leave the PMOA and must display it again prior to their return to the PMOA; (b) seek the permission of the ICC Regional Security Manager or either of the team manager (in the case of a Player or Player Support Personnel) or the Match Referee (in the case of a Match Official); and (c) comply, at all times, with all of the restrictions on use of communication devices set out in Article 4 as if such person remained within the PMOA.
3.2.3 All Player Support Personnel not identified in Article 3.2.2, above (ie other than coaching staff) must carry their PMOA accreditation cards at all times whilst they remain within the PMOA.
3.3 Temporary ‘visitors’ to the PMOA:
3.3.1 All temporary visitors must display their PMOA temporary ‘visitor’ accreditation cards whenever they enter or leave the PMOA.
3.3.2 All temporary visitors must carry their PMOA temporary ‘visitor’ accreditation cards at all times whilst they remain within the PMOA.