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Risk
Weather

Hazard
The weather is very
unpredictable meaning it
may be dependent on
when we are allowed to
shoot, especially with the
changing season. Filming
could create problems if
it is in the snow, it is also
a danger for actors as
they could slip in the
snow and it would be
inappropriate depending
on the type of clothing
we are going to use.

Equipment

The electrical equipment
such as lighting, camera
or props may cause fire
or shocks to users. The
hazard is that equipment
that has been used
consistently for a number
of years by other
students may have been
damaged and unknown
to us or the actors, they
could be faulty.
The lighting is a hazard
because of the way in
which people can
obviously see the change
in light within the film,
different times of day will
cause light to change
meaning o0ur timing
needs to be consistent.
Artificial lighting could
cause damage to the
actors if it is used
consistently.
This means that actors
who won’t turn up when
we need them which will
delay the filming. The
actors may not be for the
type of song we want
and listen to a much
different genre. Illness or
unexpected events may
also mean the filming
needs to delayed.

Lighting

Unreliable Actors

Prevention
The weather forecast is
needed in order to plan
the filming, a well
organised plan of how
were going to film will
also mean we will miss
the winter weather and
allow for editing in that
time. Green screen can
also be used for the
filming if the weather is
very bad. The way to
prevent accidents is to
wear appropriate
footwear and give some
assistance on any
hazards.
The equipment could be
PAT tested in order to
check for any faulty
electronics, this would
avoid any surges in
power causing fire. The
equipment should also
be tuned off, especially
the lights as they can
warm up very quickly,
this would also prevent
fire.
The way in which this can
be prevented by planning
the right time of day for
lighting; editing can also
enhance the light. The
artificial light can be
prevented by alternating
the settings of the glow.

What it could cause
The weather could cause
injury o the actor such as
cuts; it could also cause
conditions such as
hypothermia depending
on cold, if we were really
that cruel. The filming
being non-continuity due
to the weather would
also mean our music
video would look terrible.

The way in which this can
be prevented is by
choosing reliable actors,
preferably friends. A
backup plan is also
needed in case an actor
cannot film for the whole
duration

Stress.

The electrical shocks
could cause burns or loss
of muscle control; this
would of course be a
serious incident and
would need hospital
assistance. The fire could
cause mass damage to
the school or the location
we will be filming.

The damage caused by
artificial lighting would
be eye strain or on a
serious scale could be
blindness or epilepsy.
The natural lighting may
be frustrating on us as
we cannot find the right
time of day.

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Risk assessment

  • 1. Risk Weather Hazard The weather is very unpredictable meaning it may be dependent on when we are allowed to shoot, especially with the changing season. Filming could create problems if it is in the snow, it is also a danger for actors as they could slip in the snow and it would be inappropriate depending on the type of clothing we are going to use. Equipment The electrical equipment such as lighting, camera or props may cause fire or shocks to users. The hazard is that equipment that has been used consistently for a number of years by other students may have been damaged and unknown to us or the actors, they could be faulty. The lighting is a hazard because of the way in which people can obviously see the change in light within the film, different times of day will cause light to change meaning o0ur timing needs to be consistent. Artificial lighting could cause damage to the actors if it is used consistently. This means that actors who won’t turn up when we need them which will delay the filming. The actors may not be for the type of song we want and listen to a much different genre. Illness or unexpected events may also mean the filming needs to delayed. Lighting Unreliable Actors Prevention The weather forecast is needed in order to plan the filming, a well organised plan of how were going to film will also mean we will miss the winter weather and allow for editing in that time. Green screen can also be used for the filming if the weather is very bad. The way to prevent accidents is to wear appropriate footwear and give some assistance on any hazards. The equipment could be PAT tested in order to check for any faulty electronics, this would avoid any surges in power causing fire. The equipment should also be tuned off, especially the lights as they can warm up very quickly, this would also prevent fire. The way in which this can be prevented by planning the right time of day for lighting; editing can also enhance the light. The artificial light can be prevented by alternating the settings of the glow. What it could cause The weather could cause injury o the actor such as cuts; it could also cause conditions such as hypothermia depending on cold, if we were really that cruel. The filming being non-continuity due to the weather would also mean our music video would look terrible. The way in which this can be prevented is by choosing reliable actors, preferably friends. A backup plan is also needed in case an actor cannot film for the whole duration Stress. The electrical shocks could cause burns or loss of muscle control; this would of course be a serious incident and would need hospital assistance. The fire could cause mass damage to the school or the location we will be filming. The damage caused by artificial lighting would be eye strain or on a serious scale could be blindness or epilepsy. The natural lighting may be frustrating on us as we cannot find the right time of day.