Production Safety for Film, Television and Video

Production Safety for Film, Television and Video

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Covering all aspects of production safety, this is an invaluable reference guide for the independent programme maker, freelancer, manager, producer, tutor and student filmmaker. Robin Small identifies all the major risks and gives advice on how to control and/or eliminate them. Each hazard section includes useful references to the relevant legislation, documents and licences, as well as addresses of organisations for essential advice and recommended further reading. An appendix lists samples of vital certificates, with visual references provided on Important information about hazard identification, risk assessment and safety policy is provided in the chapters covering legislation, health and safety management, personal protective equipment and insurance. Particular hazards are then split into individual sections for ease of reference. These hazards include: Asbestos Cranes Explosives and pyrotechnics Food and catering Manual handing and lifting Visual display screens Working at heights The appendices provide comprehensive contact information for UK and European Heath and Safety sources. They also include sample forms to draw up your own safety system. Robin Small is Senior Lecturer in Television, Media Department at the University of Huddersfield.Management can reduce the risks involved in manual handling and lifting by identifying the weight of each case and carton. Proper labelling ... Operator Training, Approved Code of Practice and Guidelines, HSE COP 26, ISBN 0-7176- 0474-8.

Title:Production Safety for Film, Television and Video
Author:Associate Professor School of Education Robin Small, Robin Small
Publisher:CRC Press - 2000-07-03


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