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Risk Assessment

Risk Assessment For: 29 Trinity House, Station Road,


Borehamwood, WD6 1DA

Date: 31st October 2014

Carried out by: Jess Pardoe

Review Date: 3rd November 2014

Hazard

Persons
affected

Risk Controls

Outline the controls in place


Slip/Trip hazards.

ASE

Wires to be plugged into low level sockets


with wires run along the floor and close to
the wall where possible. Any trailing wires
to be covered or taped down. Equipment
and peripherals to be kept clear of all
walkways. Spillages to be made safe and
wiped up

Risk Rating

Accept Risk

Severity

Likelihood

Risk

Yes/no

Yes

Emergency Evacuation
Procedures

ASE

Emergency exits will be easily accessible


and pointed out before shooting begins

Yes

Safety on steep staircases

ASE

Use handrails provided, watch your step

Yes

Risk of fire

ASE

Emergency Exits

Yes

Manual handling issues

Students will be helped with the movement


of any equipment/furniture on Nov 3rd,
before the shoot on Nov 4th.

Yes

Lights becoming very hot

ASE

Actors and crew to be warned that the


lights may become hot. Lights not to be
handled until they have been left to cool
down

Electrical safety

ASE

Crew only to use University equipment


approved by their tutors and PAT tested
where appropriate. A visual inspection of
equipment must be made before use.
Mains powered electrical equipment used
outside must have a separate risk
assessment

Yes

Yes

Traffic

ASE

Students must not film in traffic routes

Yes

Working at height

ASE

All working at height activities must have a


separate and specific risk assessment

Yes

Yes

Personal Protective Equipment

ASE

Weather conditions should be taken into


consideration and appropriate footwear
and clothing worn.

Severity

Likely (likelihood)

High Death or major injury (as defined by RIDDOR) or illness causing long term
disability
Medium Injuries or illness causing short tem disability

High where it is certain or near certain that harm will occur

Low all other injuries or illness-

Low where harm will seldom occur

Low likelihood
1

Medium likelihood
2

Trivial Risk
1

Tolerable Risk
2

Moderate Risk
3

Medium severity 2

Tolerable Risk
2

Moderate Risk
4

Substantial Risk
6

High severity

Moderate Risk
3

Substantial Risk
6

Intolerable risk
9

RISK RATING
Low severity

Medium where harm will often occur

High likelihood
3

Persons affected
A Actors
S Students
E Extra crew

A guide to a risk control plan


Risk Level
Trivial

Action and Timescale (Timescales where required shall be determined by the appropriate school/service or management unit)
No action required and no documentation necessary

Tolerable

No additional controls are required. Monitoring is required to ensure that the controls are maintained.

Moderate

Efforts should be made to reduce the risk further where reasonable and practicable. Risk reduction measures (where identified) should
be implemented within a defined period.
Work should not be started until the risk has been reduced. If work is already in progress then urgent action should be taken.

Substantial
Intolerable

Work should NOT be started or continued until the risk has been reduced. If it is not possible to reduce the risk then work has to
remain prohibited