Risk assessment - room 2F067

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Risk assessment - room 2F067

  1. 1. Creative Media Production Risk Assessment Name Project Location Abygail Jones Discovering Portraiture Photography Room 2F027 – York College Hazard Person(s) / Equipment at Risk Knocking over the tripod The camera and the tripod itself is at risk here The lighting causing sight problems The models, myself, camera? Wires – tripping The models, myself Wires – electric Myself, the camera Objects – tripping/objects falling Myself, the models, 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. Making sure that the artificial lighting in the room isn’t too bright that could have long lasting effects on the eyes of the people in the room – maybe even for the camera censor Making sure that the wires are tidy and out of the way so that nobody trips on them, causing damage to themselves, others and possibly equipment. Making sure that all of the wires are not damaged, are out of the way. Making sure that everything on the shelves are stable and that the shelves themselves are stable – keeping things tidy – keeping things off of the floor.
  2. 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 and easily sorted out.

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