Risk Assessment

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Risk Assessment

  1. 1. Risk Assessment
  2. 2. For my Opening Sequence it is important to evaluate all possible risks during the process of filming and find alternatives or plans of action which will help to reduce this risk
  3. 3. Risk One Children falling down the stairs during filming To reduce this risk I am making sure that the parent of the children is present throughout the filming process, keeping to the top of the stairs – to both make sure the children are kept under control and so they know not to play near the stairwell as this is dangerous to their safety.
  4. 4. Risk Two Dropping camera out of the upstairs window To reduce this risk I am going to keep the camera attached to the tripod. Instead of leaning myself out of the window to film the high shot, I will have the camera itself out of the window on a safe and secure device – with someone else behind me also holding the tripod in order to maximise stability.
  5. 5. Risk Three Dog turning aggressive or agitated during filming To minimise this risk I will have the owner of the dog present during the filming process, allowing the animal to feel safe and keeping her well behaved for the camera. The owner can also attract the dogs attention from an off screen point of view - as to have her performing in the way we want towards the owner, but so that it looks instead like these actions are towards our female character in the Opening sequence.
  6. 6. Risk Four Crashing the car during sound recording To reduced this risk I will have an experienced driver (owner of the car) manoeuvring the vehicle over the gravel, to produce the sound we want for the recording – this is instead of the female character which we are perceiving as the driver; who is younger and less experienced, therefore a higher risk factor in this case.

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