Photoshoot risk assesment

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Photoshoot risk assesment

  1. 1. PHOTOGRAPHY PRODUCTION RISK ASSESSMENT HAZARD Cars- Getting run over. IN WHICH SHOOT PERSON WHO MAY IS THIS HAZARD BE HARMED PRESENT? Field Shoot- Road Photographer/ Nearby (Outdoor Models Shoot) Weather Changes Electrical faults General Injury Field Shoot and Forest Shoot (Outdoor Shoot) College studio shoot All shoots. Photographer/ Models Photographer Photographer/ Models PROPERTY THAT COULD BE DAMAGED Camera, Tripod and props. RISK CONTROLS ALREADY IN PLACE Speed bumps will slow the rate of traffic. HIGH Electrical Equipment Umbrellas and shelter made available. No electrical equipment to be used in severely wet conditions Check all the sockets are fixed to the wall. Having a first aid box. EXTREME Electrical equipment or items inside. Camera, Tripod and props. Risk Assessment Chart Hazard likelihood / Consequences VERY LIKELY TO HAPPEN or SEVERE CONSEQUENCES (ie. Someone could get seriously hurt) Could happen or mild consequences (i.e. someone could suffer a minor injury) RISK ASSESSMENT EXTREME HIGH RISK ASSESSMENT *See chart EXTREME MODERATE FURTHER ACTION TO BE TAKEN Keep someone watching for cars and try to avoid where they are. Weather reports must be checked the morning prior to the shoot. Don’t overload the sockets. Make sure the first aid box is updated and take one with us.
  2. 2. Unlikely to happen or minor consequences (i.e. production could be slightly delayed) Rarely happens and very insignificant consequences MODERATE LOW

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