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  1. 1. Filming Risk Assessment Group No 077 Film Title Hide N’ Seek Teacher Liz Davies Filming Date 24/11/16 Team members List those involved  Danielle Glanville  Katie Bushell  ElliottDunnett  Dana Mills-Tonga Locations Where are you planning to film  Castlefield  Around the college area: County Building, Media Classroom Hazard Who is at risk Risk Level Control measures Outline of risk assessment Summary of what is proposed in terms of sequences and set ups. List whomightbe harmed from this activity e.g. staff, student, public, etc. For each hazard, decide level of risk i.e. if you were to do the activitywithout your controls List the measures you will be taking to minimise the risk identified e.g. moving trip obstacles, allocate responsibilityfor equipment, film awayfrom traffic, have bottled water etc. Assault by person Students Trivial Being aware of our actions and movements and the space around us Sharp object/material Students Trivial Being aware of the objects around us and the props we are using Slippery surface Students Low Wiping our shoes before entering somewhere that it is possible for us to slip. Not walking or running too fast on a slippery surface and making sure we don’t leave any surfaces slippery when we move locationsTrip hazard Students and staff or public Medium Making sure there is a clear floor space and that we don’t place anything in the way of others e.g. bags or props Physical damage Students and Property Low Making sure that when we film we’re not reckless and that we don’t damage any of the locations we are filming in Management factors E.G. lack of communication, competence and co-ordinations Students Low Always communicate what we are doing and how we are going to do it so that everyone is aware of what will be happening,thus we will avoid any confusion. Hazard list – select your hazards from the list belowand use these to complete Part B Situational hazards Tick Physical / chemical hazards Tick Health hazards Tick Assault by person x Contact with cold liquid / v apour Disease causativ e agent Attack by animal Contact with cold surf ace Inf ection Breathing compressed gas Contact with hot liquid / v apour Allergic reaction Cold env ironment Contact with hot surf ace Lack of f ood / water Crush by load Electric shock Lack of oxy gen Drowning Explosiv e blast Phy sical f atigue Entanglement in mov ing machinery Explosiv e release of stored pressure Repetitiv e action High atmospheric pressure Fire Static body posture Hot env ironment Hazardous substance Stress / anxiety Manual handling Ionizing radiation Venom poisoning Object f alling, mov ing or f ly ing Laser light Obstruction / exposed f eature Lightning strike Environmental hazards Sharp object / material x Noise Litter Shot by f irearm Non-ionizing radiation Nuisance noise / v ibration Slippery surf ace x Stroboscopic light Phy sical damage x Trap in mov ing machinery Vibration Waste substance released into air Trip hazard x Waste substance released into soil / water Vehicle impact / collision Managerial / organisational hazards Falls f rom height Management f actors (lack of communication, co-operation, co-ordination and competence) x Risk matrix – use this to determine risk for each hazard i.e. ‘how bad and how likely’ Likelihood of Harm
  2. 2. Severity of Harm Remote e.g. <1 in 1000 chance Very unlikely e.g. 1 in 200 chance Unlikely e.g. 1 in 50 chance Possible e.g. 1 in 10 chance Likely e.g. >1 in 3 chance Negligible e.g. small bruise Trivial Trivial Trivial Low Low Slight e.g. small cut, deep bruise Trivial Trivial Low Low Medium Moderate e.g. deep cut, torn muscle Trivial Low Medium Medium High Severe e.g. fracture, loss of consciousness Low Medium High High Extremely high Very Severe e.g. death, permanent disability Low Medium High Extremely high Extremely high
  3. 3. Group No Film Title Teacher Filming Date Team members List those involved Locations Where are you planning to film Hazard Who is at risk Risk Level Control measures Outline of risk assessment Summary of what is proposed in terms of sequences and set ups. List whomightbe harmed from this activity e.g. staff, student, public, etc. For each hazard, decide level of risk i.e. if you were to do the activitywithout your controls List the measures you will be taking to minimise the risk identified e.g. moving trip obstacles, allocate responsibilityfor equipment, film awayfrom traffic, have bottled water etc. Filming Risk Assessment

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