Assessment

What dangers could happen:

Camera:

Tripping over: There is a risk of us tripping over during the filming and we could get hurt.   How to react: Call for medical staff in the college and if severe take them to the nearest hospital.                                                                                                                                                         Who this effects: the students and others nearby.                                                                         Who to control the situation: In order to prevent tripping will need to make sure not walk too fast during transporting equipment or filming and that no one is caring more then they can hold in order for them not to temp over

Electrocution: There is a chance of our equipment being damaged or dropped into a source of water, both could result with an electrical shock.                                                                     How to react: Call for medical staff in the college and if severe take them to the nearest hospital.                                                                                                                                                        Who this effects: the students and others nearby.                                                                       Who to control the situation: If you suspect that the equipment could shook then tell your team so they could react and leave the camera, we then tell the staff about how to duel with the camera.

Car crash: During filming we may end up on the road and not be aware of our surroundings, so we could get hit by a car.                                                                                       How to react: Call the hospital immediately after the incident and then call the college to tell them what has happened.                                                                                                               Who this effects: the students, the driver and and others nearby                                                     How to control the situation: in fear of this happening, we should always look down the road in order to see if a car is coming near use or not, along with this, we should only film on the road if we absolute have to.

Hurt in working accident: if we film near a construction sight we my run the risk of being caught in a accident if something went wrong over in the sight.                                              How to React: call the hospital immediately and right after tell the college                         Who does this effect: Anyone that on sight filming with us                                                               How to control the situation: a Group should evaluate the surrounding before filming to see if its safe and if we need to film their have a member look out for any thing dangerious

burned be equipment: their is a risk of the equipment that we are using could overheat and burn the flash of whoever is holding it.                                                                                                     How to react: drop the camera and go to the nearest water supply and was the effected areas, after this explain what happened to college and follow their advise on how to deal with the camera.                                                                                                                                                 Who does this effect: the student holding the camera and possible anyone near by.                How to control the situation: make sure that you tell the group if you think the camera isn’t in a proper condition, ask the tutors what is wrong with the equipment.

 

 

 

 

 

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