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  • 1. FILM PRODUCTION RISK ASSESSMENT HAZARD IN WHICH SCENE IS THIS HAZARD PRESENT? Scene 10 and 18. PERSON WHO MAY BE HARMED Slippy floors/ falling over. All scenes. Cast or Crew. All equipment. Electrical faults All scenes. Cast or Crew. General Injury All scenes. Cast or Crew. Electrical equipment or items inside. Props. Trip Hazards All scenes Cast or Crew. Falling down the stairs Cast or Crew. PROPERTY THAT COULD BE DAMAGED Production equipment and household property. All equipment and household property RISK CONTROLS ALREADY IN PLACE RISK ASSESSMENT *See chart Clear the stairway. HIGH Pre filming inspection of surrounding floors. Check all the sockets are fixed to the wall. Having a first aid box. HIGH Move the cables out of the way and take it off. Tidy the floors EXTREME MODERATE MODERATE Risk Assessment Chart Hazard likelihood / Consequences VERY LIKELY TO HAPPEN or SEVERE CONSEQUENCES (i.e. Someone could get seriously hurt) Could happen or mild consequences (i.e. someone could suffer a minor injury) Unlikely to happen or minor consequences (i.e. production could be slightly delayed) Rarely happens and very insignificant consequences RISK ASSESSMENT EXTREME HIGH MODERATE LOW FURTHER ACTION TO BE TAKEN Be careful and double check the stairways is still clear. Wipe up any spillages and clear up any rubbish. Don’t overload the sockets. Make sure the first aid box is updated and we take one with us. Tape the cables down if needed.