Friday, 4 January 2013

Risk Assessment update

I have created a table with all the potential risks which could occur at our locations throughout the filming process.
Potential outcome
When Jumping and entering he car, there is the hazard of tripping over the sides of the cars.
Be careful when jumping and entering the car as there are many potential outcomes. Perhaps practice over a fence first. (risk potentials here too)
2 x 2 = 3

Ripped seats from jumping in or moving in the car.
Keep feet off chairs and aim to jump into the car landing in the foot-well.
1 x 1 = 1

Falling out of the moving car when dancing/ ‘messing’ around
Be mature and be sensible, not go over the top, but the realistic it is, the better although be sure to keep safe.
1 x 3 = 3

Distraction of driver
Keep sensible and follow instructions by director to ensure the driver has no problems. He will be driving slowly so there should be no accidents, but it still could happen.
1 x 2 = 2

The position of lights to distract the driver
Ensure the lights for fake lighting are positioned in a suitable place and not obstructing the view of the car driver
1 x 1 = 2
Tipping over cables and wires
Ensure that all cables and wires of amplifiers and also the lighting are moved and kept out of the way where the band and people are walking.  This could cause concussion and head injuries.
2 x 2 = 4

Tripping over objects such as instruments and amplifiers.
Make sure all hazardous objects are put in one place so there are no risks of tripping over. Put away when not using them.
2 x 2 = 4

Blinding the artists by using too much lighting.
Position the lights in the correct way so the band is able to see clearly and are able to play with ease. Position the lights to suit the lighting position and the band.
1 x 1 = 1

It may rain or snow
Look at the weather forecast and choose suitable days for filming with the least risks of rain or snow as if either occur, the car will not be used. If it does rain or snow then the filming will have to postpone until a dry and clear day. Therefore we will have to create several back up plans, if this is the case.
3 x 1 = 3

Unnecessary people- distraction.
Keep unrequired people out of the way and in another room or another part of the location so they do not distract the group and cast from filming. This may apply from family of band and the location owners.
3 x 2 = 6

Prevent shadows by using fake lighting to determine where to place the shadows or to remove them, creating the desired scene.
2 x 1 = 2
Inside the house/ Bedroom
Falling over objects

How likely is it going to happen –
1- not very likely
2- Neither Likely or unlikely
3- Very Likely

How much impact do the results of action have? –
1- Not a lot of impact
2- a slight impact
3- A lot of impact

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