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Health and safety policy with Risk assessment

This is the statement of general policy and arrangements for:


The Production of Lemonade by Alexandra Stan

RMX Recording Label

Overall and final responsibility for health and safety is that of:
Somayya, Luke and Ikei

On set responsibility of accidents and health and safety:


The directors
Somayya and Ikei

Statement of general policy

Responsibility of
(Name / Title)

To prevent accidents and cases of related ill health and provide


control of health and safety risks arising from filming.

Somayya Sheikh and Ikei Durose

To provide information on what happens in the different shoots.

Somayya Sheikh and Ikei Durose

Name of Cast member:

Action / Arrangements
(Customise to meet your own situation)

To engage and consult with cast members health and safety


conditions and provide advice and supervision.

Somayya Sheikh and Ikei Durose

To provide assistance during any major hazards. E.g. Fires

Somayya Sheikh and Ikei Durose

To maintain safe and healthy filming conditions, provide


equipment.

Somayya Sheikh and Ikei Durose

First aid
First-aid box on set of every location.

Signed (cast member) :


Supplier of information:

Date:

Date :

Risk assessment
All crew members must conduct a risk assessment.
We have started off the risk assessment for everyone within this production by including a sample entry for a common hazard to illustrate what is expected (the sample entry is taken from a filming
studio).

Organisation name: RMX Recording Label


What are the
hazards?

Who might be harmed and


how?

What are you already doing?

Do you need to do anything else to


manage this risk?

Action by
whom? (who
sorted out the
problem)

Slips and trips in Crew members and cast and


the studio
visitors may be injured if they trip
over objects or slip on spillages

We will carry out good and general safety of wet


floor, slippery surfaces etc. All areas or production
are well lit including outdoors. Cables are safely
tucked away.

Need tape to stick down any loose wires in


safe places.

Director or any
crew member

Security of
equipment

Crew members and cast making


sure that all equipment is being
used safely and properly to
prevent injuries or damages.
Could cause these people to get
injured.

Making sure all equipment is counted and stored


Equipment list to keep a record of all the
safely. Allocating certain people to be responsible
equipment that we have to ensure nothing
for equipment to ensure nothing is lost or damaged. goes missing.

Two people
policy

Could cause injuries on the artists Making sure at least two members are at every
and dancers on set if it hasnt
shoot.
been used properly. Having two
people or more set up and
manage bigger equipment

None needed.

Action by
when?
(Date and
time)

Done
(Tick box)

Crew members

Director

Outdoor hazards Outdoor damages can cause


Rubbish,
injuries to any cast or crew
tripping, nonmembers.
practical clothing

Previously checking the area we choose to film in to All crew members to look out for potential
prevent any accidents from happening which could dangers on site.
cause a delay in the production process of things.

Crew members

Weather

Pre check the weather forecast to ensure that we


know what the weather will be like on that particular

All cast who have planned to be


there on that date

None needed.

What are the


hazards?

Who might be harmed and


how?

What are you already doing?

Do you need to do anything else to


manage this risk?

Action by
whom? (who
sorted out the
problem)

Action by
when?
(Date and
time)

Done
(Tick box)

Always film with someone spotting in case of


any injuries occurring

day.
Higher angle
filming

Camera crew could be at risk of


potentially falling off things they
stand on.

Make sure they won t be standing on anything


thats too high for them and making sure someone
is spotting them in case of any unlikely accidents