Risk assessment

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Risk assessment

  1. 1. Risk Assessment Risk PreventionDamage to equipment getting to and from Arrange transport from family or friends iflocation (including severe weather need be or even be prepared withconditions eg. Rain or snow) waterproof bags and umbrella’s if lift is not possible, also check the weather forecast beforehandRisk of disturbing members of the public or Choose a location with the minimuminvading people’s privacy amount of public, in a quiet area and avoid people’s private propertyRisk of people and traffic being in our shots Be sure to film in a quiet location and in awhile filming location less used by the general public so that there is less chance of them appearing in the shotRisk of our recording equipment (eg. Make sure that we have spare equipment atCamera) running out of power hand so that if our equipment runs out we have something else to film with so that time isn’t wastedRisk of actors being ill on the day of filming Have back up actors on call, so that if the actors are ill we can call on somebody else to come and fill in for themCamera being lost/stolen There is a low possibility of our camera being stolen or lost as we are travelling around a lot to and from different locations, therefore we should take extra special care when carrying the camera and also make sure we back up all of our work so that we don’t lose anyAccidental slips and falls or harm to the There is a risk of our actors falling, slippingactors/filming crew or being hurt during the filming process, we need to make sure that the location we are filming in has been checked over first to check for any hazards and that we are away of surroundings. Also make sure that the equipment is safely handled so that no harm is causedRisk of tripod falling over or being blown Bring along heavy bags or have some heavyover by the wind stones to weigh down the tripod in case of strong wind, or on the other hand, ask a member of the filming crew to hold it if necessary

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