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Risk Assessment Form Part A

Production Name:

Lessons Learned

Organisation

Undercover Guardian Productions

Production Address:

66 Springfields

Producer / Editor

Megan E Telford

Wigton

Tel:

01697 508301

Cumbria

Mobile:

07577 038335

End date

08/06/2016

CA7 9JS
Start date

08/06/2016

Distribution

Megan E. Telford, Ian Telford, Helen Telford,

Who gets a copy of the assessment


Outline of risk assessment

In this assessment I have outlined the risks of one of the locations we will be suing to shoot our film and the
risks of the equipment we will be using and how we will ensure that everyone is safe while on set.

Summary of what is proposed in


terms of sequences and set ups.
Team members / experts /
contractors / contributors etc.

Megan E Telford, Ian Telford, Helen Telford

List those involved


Outline locations involved indicate
any which are hostile environments

66 Springfields
Wigton
Cumbria
CA7 9JS
The risks here are the risk from electrical devices and the environment.

Assessor

Megan E. Telford

Date completed

07/06/2016

Megan E. Telford

Date authorised

07/06/2016

Locations

Name
Signature

Authoriser

Name

(if not Assessor)

Signature

Hazard list select your hazards from the list below and use these to complete Part B
Situational hazards

Tick

Physical / chemical hazards

Tick

Health hazards

Tick

Assault by person

Contact with cold liquid / vapour

Disease causative agent

Attack by animal

Contact with cold surface

Infection

Breathing compressed gas

Contact with hot liquid / vapour

Allergic reaction

Contact with hot surface

Lack of food / water

Cold environment

Crush by load

Electric shock

Drowning

Explosive blast

Physical fatigue

Entanglement in moving machinery

Explosive release of stored pressure

Repetitive action

High atmospheric pressure

Fire

Static body posture

/
/

Lack of oxygen

Hot environment

Hazardous substance

Stress / anxiety

Manual handling

Ionizing radiation

Venom poisoning

Object falling, moving or flying

Laser light

Environmental hazards

Obstruction / exposed feature

Lightning strike

Sharp object / material

Noise

Shot by firearm

Non-ionizing radiation

Nuisance noise / vibration

Slippery surface

Stroboscopic light

Physical damage

Trap in moving machinery

Vibration

Waste substance released into air

Trip hazard

Litter
/

Waste substance released into soil / water

Vehicle impact / collision

Managerial / organisational hazards

Falls from height

Management factors (lack of communication,


co-operation, co-ordination and competence)

Risk matrix use this to determine risk for

Likelihood of Harm

each hazard i.e. how bad and how likely

Remote

Very unlikely

Unlikely

Possible

Likely

e.g. <1 in 1000 chance

e.g. 1 in 200 chance

e.g. 1 in 50 chance

e.g. 1 in 10
chance

e.g. >1 in 3 chance

Negligible e.g. small bruise

Trivial

Trivial

Trivial

Low

Low

Slight e.g. small cut, deep bruise

Trivial

Trivial

Low

Low

Medium

Moderate e.g. deep cut, torn muscle

Severity of Harm

Trivial

Low

Medium

Medium

High

Severe e.g. fracture, loss of consciousness

Low

Medium

High

High

Extremely high

Very Severe e.g. death, permanent disability

Low

Medium

High

Extremely high

Extremely high

Risk Assessment Form Part B


Activity1 Camera Work, boom pole/mic operation, acting.

Hazards2

Location 66 Springfirleds, Wigton, Cumbria, CA7 9JS

Risk3

Who exposed

For each hazard, decide


level of risk as if you were
to do the activity without
your controls

Control measures

List what could cause harm from this activity


e.g. falls from height, trip hazard, fire, etc.

List who might be harmed


from this activity
e.g. staff, contractors,
contributors, public, etc.

For each hazard, list the measures you will be taking to minimise the risk identified
e.g. appointing competent persons, training received, planning and rehearsals, use of personal protective
equipment, provision of first aid, etc.

Cold environment

Megan E Telford, Ian


Telford, Helen Telford,

Trivial

To prevent having an environment that is too cold, I plan to have the heating on a little while
before we start filming so by the time we get round to setting up for the shoot, the house will
be warm enough to shoot in.

Hot environment

Megan E Telford, Ian


Telford, Helen Telford,

Trivial

To prevent the environment from being too hot, if we arrive and the environment is too hot
(because it is more likely that the environment will be too cold than too warm due to the time
of year) we will open some windows.

Manual handling

Megan E Telford, Ian


Telford, Helen Telford,

Trivial

To prevent anybody being injured from manual handling, I will have enough people on hand
to carry all the equipment safely.

Object falling, moving or flying

Megan E Telford, Ian


Telford, Helen Telford,

Trivial

The likelihood of this happening is very low but it could happen. Therefore, I will ensure
peoples safety by informing everyone of where this could happen and people will be cautious
around the areas of the house where this risk could take place. However, it is very unlikely
that this could cause any serious harm to anybody.

Trip hazard

Megan E Telford, Ian


Telford, Helen Telford,

Low

The main trip hazards are the wires from the equipment. Therefore, I will be taping the wires
to the floor to ensure that nobody trips over them.

Electric shock

Megan E Telford, Ian


Telford, Helen Telford,

Trivial

The likelihood of this is very small as my houses electric appliances and the electric wires
are all looked after well. Also, the equipment I will be using will mainly be my own (i.e. my
own camera and tripod) and the equipment which I own is defiantly safe as I have checked it
for risks. Also, the likelihood of the equipment I borrow form college being dangerous is very
low as it is looked after.

Fire

Megan E Telford, Ian


Telford, Helen Telford,

Low

The likelihood of a fire occurring is very low. However, in case of a fire, I will inform everyone
where they can get out of the house if a fire occurs and we also have several smoke alarms
installed in our house.

Noise

Megan E Telford, Ian


Telford, Helen Telford,

Low

Due to living in a semi-detached house, noise is likely but is unlikely to cause too much
disruption. To lessen the risk of noise affecting our filming I dont believe theres much I can
do apart from talk to our neighbours about keeping quiet. However, I will only do that if we
really need to.

Physical fatigue

Megan E Telford, Ian


Telford, Helen Telford,

Low

The risk of physical fatigue will always be there as film making includes a lot of repetition.
Therefore, to ensure everyone is not fatigued I will make sure to have breaks and some food
and drink on standby during the shooting days to make sure nobody is too fatigued.

Repetitive action

Megan E Telford, Ian


Telford, Helen Telford,

Low

There will be a lot of repetitive action in making my film. Therefore, there will be breaks
during the shooting days to make sure nobody is fatigued by the repetitive actions that will
need to be done.

Static body posture

Megan E Telford, Ian


Telford, Helen Telford,

Low

This risk will only apply mainly to the boom pole/sound operator and camera operator. The
reason being, that they are the ones who will have to keep their posture to ensure that the
best quality recording of my film is created.

Stress / anxiety

Megan E Telford, Ian


Telford, Helen Telford,

Low

When creating a project, stress and anxiety is inevitable. Therefore, I will be making sure that
everyone has breaks during the shooting days to ensure that nobody becomes too stressed.

Nuisance noise / vibration

Megan E Telford, Ian


Telford, Helen Telford,

Low

Due to living in a semi-detached house, noise is likely but is unlikely to cause too much
disruption. To lessen the risk of noise affecting our filming I dont believe theres much I can
do apart from talk to our neighbours about keeping quiet. However, I will only do that if we
really need to.

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