Risk assessment 2

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Risk assessment 2

  1. 1. Risk Assessment People choking on the Tic-tac’s – We will ensure that the actors know exactly what they’re doing before-hand, and there will be plenty of people present to resolve this issue if it does occur. Equipment getting stolen or damaged - We will have people operating the equipment who know exactly what to do with it, most likely me and angus, and will always have someone keeping an eye on it to ensure there's no damage or theft. We will also keep everything neatly organised so that nothing gets damaged. Actors tripping over equipment and getting injured - As addressed with the damage to equipment risk, we will ensure everything is neatly organised so that it doesn't get in the way of the actors and the actors will not be needing to go anywhere other than in front of the camera, therefore eliminating that threat. Mugger causing actual physical harm to the actor - In order to overcome this, we will direct the actor playing the mugger by telling him exactly what to do in order to not cause any physical harm. People thinking the gun is real and calling the police - When the gun prop is being used, we will inform any local residents of what's going on to ensure no police are called, and we will also keep it hidden when it's not being used to avoid any suspicion. Causing motorised vehicle accidents - To overcome this issue, we will ensure that we are not set up in the road, and when filming in the road it will only be brief and people will be keeping lookout for oncoming cars, so the actors and technical operators will remain safe. Disrupting lessons -We will also ensure we do not disrupt any lessons by filming in the sixthform area and out the front of school during free periods when no lessons are going on inside the rooms we use, therefore eliminating the potential risk.

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