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Risk assessment

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Risk assessment

  1. 1. Locations Possible risks How to overcome thisrisk House Mallard Way Someone couldtripoverthe tripod Trippingoverplugsandcables Checkto make sure everybody knowswhere itisstanding Watchingwhere you’re walkingtoensure the plugs and cablesaren’tnearwhere we’re filming House – Cavalry Drive Someone couldtripoverthe tripod Trippingoverplugsandcables Use of rope Checkto make sure everybody knowswhere itisstanding Watchingwhere you’re walkingtoensure the plugs and cablesaren’tnearwhere we’re filming Make sure the rope is loose and easyto untie House – Russel Avenue Use of a knife –couldcut hands Someone couldtripoverthe tripod Trippingoverplugsandcables Be extracareful whenusing the knife Checkto make sure everybody knowswhere itisstanding Watchingwhere you’re walkingtoensure the plugs and cablesaren’tnearwhere we’re filming AbandonedWarehouse Steppingonrubble Use of rope Sharp objects Clearthe floorfor where we are goingto be filming Make sure the rope is loose and easyto untie Avoidthese sharpobjects whenpossible Park People ontheirbikes/walking theirdogs Watch out for anybodywhois not inthe trailer Street Cars on the road People walkingonthe paths Keep aneye out forthe cars by listeningandmovingif acar is coming,ensure we are not filminginrushhourand traffic Ensure that theyaren’tnear the camera/tripodandnot in the trailer Field/Forest Filmingatnight– people may not see thataround the field as it will be dark Trippingoverroots Ensure that everybodyknows the area well Be extravigilantwhenfilming inthe forest

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