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  • 1. Photo shoot Risk assessment table
  • 2. Location Risk To Prevent Risk 1 My house (main location) >Tripping over, there will be amplifier cables on the floor as well as the camera tripod, and it will also be dark so you could potentially trip over and break a limb. >Walking into things, because of the low light levels required there is a possibility that you could walk into something e.g. a door and break your nose. >Electric shock, to get the right light level I have to change the bulb in my lamp and so in doing this I could accidently get an electric shock. Keep the light levels at normal until and between taking photos. Again make sure that the light levels are appropriate before and in-between taking photos. Ensure that the power is off before removing the bulb 2 School Hall (secondary location) >Slipping, The floor in the hall can be slippery at times and so it is possible to slip over and sustain injury. >Falling off the stage, the low light levels could result in not being able to see were the stage ends and so you could possibly fall off and break a bone. >Tripping, it is a possibility that you could trip over cables, camera tripod or the curtains and end up breaking a bone. Make sure that you wear appropriate foot wearand that you walkat all times. Make sure that you know were the end of the stage is and keep the light a normal until you are taking the photos Make sure that you look were yourgoing and also keep the lighting at normal until it is needed. 3 Astro turf (secondary location) >Slipping if you slip while running, the fall could cause serious injury. Make sure that you walkat all times. 4 Drama Studio (secondary location) >Tripping over, there will be amplifier cables on the floor as well as the camera tripod, and it will also be dark so you could potentially trip over and break a limb. >Walking into things, because of the low light levels required there is a possibility that you could walk into something e.g. a door and break your nose. Keep the light levels at normal until and between taking photos. Again make sure that the light levels are appropriate before and in-between taking photos.