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Risk assessment by daniel

  1. 1. 14th November 2012Risk Mechanism description Likelihood Impact Rating Producer’s Risk Mitigation StrategyDaniel DwumfourArfa ShahJessica CostaLobna Hessanein Item Potential Hazard Likelihood (1-5) Impact on filming Rating (low, Producer’s Risk Strategy/ No. 1 = Extremely serious (1-5) moderate or high) Further action needed 5 = low risk 1 = Stop Filming 5 = Continue Filming 1 The camera stops operating due 4 1 Moderate risk, as it Suspend filming to another to a technical fault. may be a problem if day. the deadline is close. 2 Equipment cables in the way of 3 1 High – one may trip Put all cables out of the people’s movement. over a cable way. In case someone is injured; depending on the level of injury, we will have to take out the required decision. 3 Slippery surface 4 1 High – one can slip Clean up the substance and on water and injure if anyone is injured, see to them severely. him or her, alert a teacher, or call the ambulance. 4 If one of the cast or crew arrives 3 3 Moderate, this can This depends how late one late affect our filming. arrives as it could affect our time management if we have hired the location. This can lead to more expenses. 5 Substances such as fake blood 3 1 Moderate – It will Get a tissue/ cloth to wipe making contact with a dangerous most likely require the eye and possibly use part of the body, e.g. eye water too.
  2. 2. 14th November 2012Risk Mechanism description Likelihood Impact Rating Producer’s Risk Mitigation StrategyDaniel DwumfourArfa ShahJessica CostaLobna Hessanein 6 Dangerous objects around such 3 1 High – because Remove these objects from as scissors, machinery etc. someone can injure the area or ask for themselves. permission.
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