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    • A2 Media Studies Unit G324 Risk Assessment Risk Assessment House Name: Charlotte Page & Jamie Whitbread Emergency procedures & Emergency Precautions Potential hazards contact numbers (How will you prevent this hazard from (What could go wrong on location...?) (What will you do if the hazard actually occurring...?) occurs...?) Stay aware of any traffic and make sure actors and producers are visible to any drivers. Medical Emergency: Tell Angela Page Street Traffic If a car is approaching, move the actors and Technical Emergency: Zac (01279) 868228 equipment promptly to avoid injury/technical problems. Check everything is working correctly before Fault with Camera Equipment filming begins including ensuring the camera is Technical Emergency: Zac (01279) 868228 fully charged. Remove any unnecessary wires that are not Could trip over wires being used and make sure any remaining wires Tell Angela Page are safely secure. Travel carefully up and down the stairs without Medical Emergency: Tell Angela Page Tripping up/down the stairs running to avoid injury or damaging equipment. Technical Emergency: Zac (01279) 868228Weather could effect filming. Rain/Snow could If possible, move to a sheltered location or Technical Emergency: Zac (01279) 868228 damage camera equipment. change filming to another day. Filming could become a hazard to pedestrians. Make sure actors/producers are visible and are Call Emergency Services if pedestrian is injuredIf camera equipment is in the way, pedestrians not obstructing paths. 999 may trip over, walk in the road. Page 1 of 2
    • A2 Media Studies Unit G324 Risk AssessmentPlug Sockets that are too full could cause the Make sure plug sockets are safe by ensuringelectric to cut out or could be a potential fire Tell Angela Page not too many plugs are inserted into one socket. hazard. Make sure actors/producers are aware of their As filming is taking place a night, it may surroundings and that the area is well lit in Medical Emergency: Tell Angela Page become difficult to see where you’re going, between takes to avoid any equipment being Technical Emergency: Zac (01279) 868228where equipment/props or other people are. damaged or tripping over and causing injury. Team emergency contact details: Name Telephone number Harlow College Reception 01279 868111 Zac (A Level Media Teacher) 01279 868228 Eileen (Sixth Form) 01279 868067 Angela Page (Home Owner) Saved Digitally Page 2 of 2