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PRODUCTION WITHIN THE TV STUDIO RISK ASSESSMENT

Title and date of project Details of person completing risk assessment Name, student number and course Details of other persons involved with project Location to be used If within Ravensbourne give details of what rooms or spaces are to be used If outside of Ravensbourne give address and description of location Brief description of project This will allow the person reviewing the risk assessment to better understand your risks and controls Your deatils Name Signature Manager/Tutor Name Approval Signature A short Sci-Fi film, as part of the Digital Film Production course, Short Film #3 12/11/13

95983613

Crew & Actors

TV Studio and control rooms

Thomas Parish

Date completed Date completed

02/11/13

Hazard list select your hazards from the list below and use these to complete Part B
Situational Hazards Assault by person Over Crowding Objects falling, moving or flying Crush by load(s) Working at Height (roof, scaffolding, hoists, ladders, etc) Vehicle impact / collision / pedestrians Obstruction / exposed feature Ergonomic risk due to lack of space Slip, Trips and Falls Manual Handling (separate Assessment required) Props (guns, knives, etc) Unsafe Ground Conditions (excess water, mud, underground tunnels, caves, slopes, etc) Overhead obstructions (power lines / cables, suspended ceilings) Sharp object / material Lone Working (Permit required) Confined Spaces (Permit required) Machinery / Equipment (cranes, hoists, electrical, tools etc) Restriction by Work Equipment or PPE/RPE Young Persons (under 18 years of age) Animals (wild / domestic) Tick x x x Physical / Chemical Hazards Contact with hot or cold liquid / vapour Contact with hot or cold surface(s) Electric shock Explosive blast Explosive release of stored pressure Fire x Hazardous / chemical substance Hot or Cold environment Laser light (Class 1 or 2) Stroboscopic Lights (flashing lights) Vibration Noise Tick x x Environmental Hazards Litter Nuisance noise / vibration Physical damage Substance released into soil / water Substance released into air Adverse Weather Conditions (outdoor events) Additional Hazards (please list) Tick

Smoke Live Electrical Working Health Hazards Disease/Infection Lack of food/water Physical fatigue (unusual working patterns, night working, etc) Static body posture (standing for long periods) Repetitive action Stress Extra medical issues adding further risk (please list)

Tick

x x

Risk Matrix use this to determine risk for each hazard i.e. how bad and how likely
Likelihood of Harm Severity of Harm Slight e.g. minor cuts and bruising, irritation, headaches, etc Moderate e.g. deep cuts, burns, minor fractures, etc Severe e.g. major fractures, poisonings, multiple & fatal injuries etc Unlikely
Very low Low Medium

Possible
Low Medium High

Probable
Medium High Extremely high

Production Risk Assessment


Hazards2 List what could cause harm from this activity e.g. working at height, trip hazard, fire, etc. Overcrowding Who exposed List who might be harmed from this activity esp. at risk groups e.g. staff, public, children, disabled, elderly etc. Anyone working in this space might be delayed in exiting the studio in an emergency Anyone working on the studio floor Risk For each hazard, decide level of risk as if you were to do the activity without your controls Control measures For each hazard, list the measures you will be taking to minimise the risk identified e.g. appointing competent persons, training received, use of personal protective equipment, provision of first aid, etc. Observations and additional comments Risk For each hazard, now decide level of risk once all your controls are in place

Low

The Floor Manager will make sure that there are no more than 22 persons in the studio at any one time

Tutors will ensure that Floor Managers are properly trained in Risk Assessment

Very low

Objects falling especially lights

High

Working at height

Anyone using the studio ladder or hoist. Anyone needing to exit the studio in an emergency Anyone, but especially those not used to TV studios could trip over cables and equipment Anyone working near the lighting grid especially on the electric hoist

Medium

Obstruction (Fire lanes) Slips, trips and falls

Medium

The Floor Manager and all lighting personnel will make sure that all lights hanging from the grid have both pins and safety chains attached at all times. Also Hard Hats will be worn by anybody working in the studio when lights are being moved or changed. Staff and students will make sure that anyone climbing the ladder must ensure that a second person is supporting the ladder at the base. Also Hard Hats must be worn. The Floor Manager will ensure that fire lanes are kept free of any obstruction at all times The Floor Manager will ensure that cables crossing fire lanes are suitably covered, and that any other equipment is not left in a position that could cause someone to trip over it.

If any light is found to be without a pin or safety chain, the studio must be evacuated immediately and Howard Austen informed. No one must use the electric hoist unless properly trained and supervised by a tutor

Low

Low

Low

Medium

Low

Overhead obstructions: The lighting grid

Medium

Anyone working near the lighting grid MUST wear a Hard Hat

Low

Production Risk Assessment


Electrical Hoist Anyone working on the hoist Medium Hard Hats MUST be worn. Ties, ID holder lanyards, or anything else that might get tangled in the operating controls should be removed. Tutors must make sure that anyone working on the electric hoist has been trained in its use. Because some of the studio lights get extremely hot, protective gloves should be worn. Low

Contact with hot surfaces (Lights)

Anyone working with tungsten lights

Medium

Low

Electric shock

Anyone handling faulty electrical equipment Anyone in the TV studio

High

ALL electrical appliances used in the TV studio must have an up to date PAT test label. The Floor Manager and tutor responsible will ensure that all persons using the studio have been given a fire drill induction, and know what to do if there is an alarm, and where the fire exits are. If Stroboscopic Lights are to be used, a warning notice should be placed on the outside of the studio doors. If smoke machines are used, the Floor Manager and Producer should check if any crew members or guests are asthma sufferers, and advise them of the use of the smoke machine. Producers, Directors and Floor Managers should make sure that sufficient breaks are scheduled for crew and guests to take food and water. Also see Obstructions above

Low

Fire & Smoke

Medium

Low

Stroboscopic Lights

Persons affected by flashing lights

Medium

Low

Asthma sufferers Smoke (Machines) High

Low

Lack of food/water

Anyone

Low

NB Except for props, NO food or water is allowed in the TV studio.

Very Low

Continue on separate sheet if necessary


1 complete separate table for each activity 2 - from hazard list in Part A 3 - from risk matrix in Part A

Production Risk Assessment


If any of the following equipment is to be used a competent person must be present and their details completed below. Equipment To be used? Competent persons details (Students number, name and course details) (Qualification held if not a student)

Lighting desk

NO

Camera control unit

NO

Lighting Rig

NO

Vision Mixer

NO