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Production Risk Assessment

The Production is bound by law to take reasonable care and measures to ensure that a healthy and safe
working environment is created and maintained for all. Failure to follow appropriate Health & Safety
procedures may invalidate any insurance.

Production title: Advanced Portfolio A Media Music Video

Shoot Dates: 24/10/2016 30/10/2016

Location this form relates to: Prince

of Wales

Production contact & phone:


Valentina Nenkova
Phone: 07753 226334
Email: valentinamnenkova@gmail.com

Signature of Assessor:
Valentina Nenkova

Assessment Date: 24/10/2016 30/10/2016

Notes/Comments:
For any further information please contact me.

Checklist
Using the checklist below, indicate any potential hazard relating to the activity.

No.

Hazard

No.

Hazard

Access Difficulties

Indicate if
relevant

25

Manual Handling

Alcohol / Hospitality

26

Night Operations

Animals

27

Noise

Artist using specialist equipment

28

Portable Power Tools

Audience / Stewarding

29

Prop Hazards

Compressed Gas / Cryogenics

30

Radiation

Confined Spaces etc.

31

Risk of Infection

Crowds / Public

32

Scaffolds / Platforms / Stairs / Walkways

Children / Young People

33

10

Camera Ops. Cranes / Cables,


Remotes / Steadicam

34

Scenery Hazards Movement, Shape,


Suspended, Flown
Scene Dock Storage

11

Building Issues / Structures, etc.

35

Smoking

12

Design / Construction / Materials

36

Special Assistance Elderly / Disabled

13

Electricity / Electrical Appliances

37

14

Excavation

38

Special Visual Effects Snow, Smoke,


Dry Ice, Rain, etc.
Sporting Activities

15

Explosives / Pyrotechnics

39

Stunts

16

Fatigue / Exertion / Stress

40

Temperature Extremes Heat, Cold

17

Fire / Flame

41

18

Flammable Substances Petrol,


Paint, Sprays

Vehicles / Motorcycles Used in


Filming, Artists Driving
Water Work on or near Tanks /
Boats / Diving / Use in Studio

19

Flight Aircraft, Balloon, Parachutes

43

Weapons Firearms, Sharps, etc.

20

Food Preparation

44

21

Glass

45

Work at Height Ladders, Roof, Steps,


etc.
Working Overseas

22

Hazardous Substances Dusts,


Vapours, Fumes, Corrosives, etc.

46

Weather Extremes

23

Lasers / Strobes

47

Possible Violence

24

Lifting Equipment Fork Lift, Trucks,


Cranes

48

Other

42

Indicate if
relevant

Evaluation and Controls


For each hazard identified in the checklist, state who is at risk (crew / public / audience / artist / etc.),
the nature of the risk, and how it will be controlled.
Identify the likelihood of the hazard taking place and the severity of the hazard as High, Medium, Low.
Likelihood: Almost Certain; Probable; Possible; Remote; Improbable
Severity: Multiple fatality; Fatality; Major injury; Minor injury; Negligible impact

Crew, public audience


eg people around us
and actors.

Alcohol -

Crew, public audience


eg people around us
and actors.

Crowds / Public

18

Crew, public audience


eg people around us
and actors.

Flammable
Substances
Petrol, Paint,
Sprays

21

Crew, public audience


eg people around us
and actors.

Glass

27

Crew, public audience


eg people around us
and actors.
Crew, public audience
eg people around us
and actors.

Noise

35

Crew, public audience


eg people around us
and actors.

Smoking

46

Crew and actors.

Weather
Extremes

47

Crew, public audience


eg people around us
and actors.

Possible
Violence

32

People that
have consumed
alcohol.

Scaffolds /
Platforms /
Stairs / Walkway

High

Risk

Medium

Who is at Risk

Low

Hazar
d No.

Control Measure

Look around at the location; find a place with


less people or people that are not affected by
alcohol.
Likelihood - Possible
Severity Minor injury
Be aware of who is walking around you and
their actions.
Likelihood - Importable
Severity - Fatality
Dont place eg fire near flammable places
such as petrol on ground.
Likelihood Importable
Severity Multiple Fatality
Be aware of your footsteps and whats
around you.
Likelihood Possible
Severity Multiple Fatality

Stay away from club entrances.


Likelihood Importable
Severity Minor Injury
Be aware of your steps, use flash if its too
dark.
Likelihood Possible
Severity Minor Injury
Stay away from smoking areas eg entrances
of clubs or backstage.
Likelihood Probable
Severity Minor Injury
Warn actors for the weather forecast. Wear
appropriate clothing.
Likelihood Possible
Severity Minor Injury
Be aware of peoples actions.
Likelihood Possible
Severity Major Injury

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