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  • 1. Risk Assessment Site Name: Saundby Park Assessors Name: George Lewis Date: Film opening (The Abduction) Group assistants: Harry Weatherall and Benjamin Mcstay Project: 25th November Location: Woodland The hazard that may occur Injuries/ damage that may occur from a result of this Number of people that could be at risk The measures that could be made to prevent this from happening How likely it will occur when we film. (Possible/ might/Not likely) Slip over The actors may slip and hurt themselves and will restrict them from doing the filming The 2 actors M The camera getting wet from rain Loss of data in the camera/also it may damage and break the camera Serious injury could occur Camera man Could get cut by brambles etc. Cuts on arms and hands maybe deep and bleed heavily Mainly the actors Twigs/ sharp object may dig into the actor that is tackled to the ground Pierce the skin and could cause pain/bruising 1 actor The actor could wear more suitable footwear, for example walking boots or griped shoes. Take an umbrella to cover the camera to prevent water damage Check the area where we film before for a safe area to prevent this from happening To prevent this, thick clothing and gloves can be worn which will stop the brambles from cutting the skin Make sure that the area around where he is tackled would be clear to prevent injury of actor A tree may blow over in the wind everyone P NL M NL
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