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  • 1. Creative Media Production Risk Assessment Name Project Location Abygail Jones Discovering Portraiture Photography Fountains Abbey Hazard Person(s) / Equipment at Risk Knocking over the tripod The camera and the tripod itself is at risk here Raining/Flooding Me, the camera, tripod, the models Ice/Snow Me, the camera, tripod, models Rough Terrain Me, the models, the camera, tripod Cars Me, the models, the tripod, the camera Risk Control Taken Making sure the models are aware of the tripod and the camera and keep an eye on them to make sure they don’t knock in to it – making sure it’s stable so it doesn’t fall over either. Checking the weather forecast before I plan to take the photographs to ensure that there will be no flooding and no rain. Again checking the forecast for any signs of snow/sleet or ice – if it’s just ice, making sure that the models wear adequate clothing (especially shoes) Fountains Abbey is a natural environment with steep hills and a lot of mud – ensuring the safety of the models, myself, camera and tripod – I will need to find safer, alternate routes for us to take As fountains Abbey has a road running all the way through it – I’ll have to make sure that there are no passing cars when crossing over these roads – especially because of the mud and how easy it is to trip
  • 2. Creative Media Production What Health and Safety legislation might you need to consider in this project? There is not a particular safety legislation that is applicable to this project – however, if I was a freelance photographer doing the same sort of activity I would have insurance covering certain areas to ensure that any damage or accidents are covered.