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RISK

ASSESSMENT FORM.

A Risk Assessment is a careful examination of what could cause harm to yourself, members of the public and people involved in the production, so that you can weigh
up whether you have taken enough precautions or should do more to prevent harm.

Take into consideration disabilities, medical conditions and those with allergies.

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Production Title: Advertisement Production Date(s):

Team names: Elijah Stratford

Date of Risk Assessment: Risk Assessment conducted by: Elijah Stratford & Sam Hodson

Location of filming Potential Hazard Person(s) who may Property which may Risk Assessment LOW, Further action Person(s) Responsible.
& date. be harmed be damaged MODERATE, HIGH, required to control
EXTREME risk
Art studio tripping over props, Actors and filming Tripod and camera Low Ensure that props are Filming crew using that
such as easels. crew could be damaged kept out of the way, equipment will be held
and especially out of responsible
the way of
equipment, actors
and filming crew.
Art studio damaging student Actors and filming camera/equipment. Moderate Make sure that Whoever may damage
work crew Student important things such student work
work/coursework as student work is out
of frame and away
from equipment, to
assure that both the
work and the
equipment wont get
damaged.
Art studio damaging filming Actors and filming Camera/ tripod/ other Moderate Assure that Filming crew, as they
equipment crew filming equipment equipment used is not are responsible for
in the way, reduces their equipment.
the risk of being
damaged. Also assure
that
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actors/crew/members
of public are also
aware of the
equipment, so it
doesnt get damaged.
Art Studio Injury or harm to the Actors Tripod and other Low To ensure no damage Filming crew, as they
actor, e.g. tripping filming equipment / or harm occurs in, are responsible for the
over art supplies such as regard to the actor, equipment and the
the easel. the equipment, such actor, as they need to
as the tripod, will be be aware of their
controlled and kept at surrounding.
a safe distance and
moved after the
footage has been shot
Art Studio damaging the props, Filming crew and Glass jars / easel / Moderate All props used will be FIlming crew, as they
e.g. smashing a glass actors student work / filming closely monitored and are responsible for the
jar, knocking over the equipment. moved to secure and props being used.
cups of water. stable places after
filming has been
done.

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Essential Contact Numbers

Emergency Services

Fire Brigade 999


Ambulance 999
Police 999
Coastguard 999
Hate Crime 101 (non-emergency number), in an emergency 999

Persons / property Contact name & Relationship Business Hours Mobile Out of hours
(if applicable)
Franklin College admissions@franklin.ac.uk 9am to 4:20pm Phone - 01472 875
004

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