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  • 1. HAYDON MEDIA Risk Assessment Producer: Siobhan Arnold Production Details: Filming Types of Risk: Personal Injury / Health & Safety / Damage to equipment / Halting Production Risk Type Details of Risk Ways to minimise risk Person(s) Responsible Tripping over wires Due to using a camera and lighting there is a lot of wire on the floor that can be easily tripped over. Taping the wire to the floor to reduce the risk of tripping over. Using bright tape to warn people of the danger. Siobhan Leaving lighting on Electrical fire caused by overheating. Making sure the lights are only when we are not using them. Siobhan Leaving lighting on As the lights are used more frequently over a period of time they become hotter and can cause a burn to the person involved. Turning the lights off when they are not is used. As well as warning people of their risk. Siobhan Damage to equipment With a lot of expensive equipment, there is a lot that could break or become damaged. Making sure people do not take the equipment for granted as well as checking the equipment regularly. Siobhan A certain persons medical condition Many people may have specific health conditions such as asthma or diabetes. Making sure people have the correct medication and they know how to use it effectively. Siobhan

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