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HANDOUT – Safety Report

Written by Chris Peters.

Objective:
To describe in theory and practice the procedure to be followed when
translating the scripted action into performance.

Considerations:
Risk minimisation, script integrity, physical ability (age and health of
performers).

Quantative Risk Assessment:


Scenario Potential Risk Hazard Control
Instruction and Potential risks in these  Any pre existing
participation in action situations include: physical injuries
consisting of:  Slips, trips or falls or health issues
 Falls  Strain or sprain need to be
 Punches  Minor bruising established
 Kicks  Skin abrasion  Warm ups
 Minor fights  Muscle soreness  Correct
 Chair falls  Possible trauma procedures
 PPE and crash
mats
 First aid kit near

Scene/ Location Weather Risk Actors Safety


Script (L, M, H) Physical Report
Ability

Scenario Example:
Overweight student wearing prescription glasses, sits alone and is picked on by a
loud mouth gang of 4 others. The attack is designed to humiliate. The victim
retaliates precisely and skillfully; they are obviously well taught.