Safety Bulletins

Below are safety guidelines for the motion picture industry in British Columbia. The Actsafe Safety Bulletins are recommended guidelines only; always consult all applicable rules and regulations.

Performing Arts

Below are safety guidelines for the motion picture industry in British Columbia. The Actsafe Safety Bulletins are recommended guidelines only; always consult all applicable rules and regulations.

Actsafe Performing Arts Safety Bulletins

#1 – Animal Handling (UPDATED January 10)

#2 – Artificially Created Smokes and Fogs and Lighting Effects (UPDATED January 10)

#3 – Edged and Piercing Props (UPDATED January 10)

#4 – Extreme Hot Temperature Conditions (UPDATED January 10)

#5 – Flame Resistant Treatment of Scenic Elements (UPDATED January 10)

#6 –  Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) (UPDATED January 10)

#7 – Rigging Systems and Flown Scenery (UPDATED January 2013)

#8 – Safety With Firearms (UPDATED January 10)

#9 – Stage Combat, Stunts and Weaponry (UPDATED January 10)

#10 – Using Foam(ed) Plastics in Set and Prop Construction (UPDATED January 10)

#11 – Health and Safety Overview of Orchestra Pits (UPDATED May 12)

#12 – Safe Set-up and Use of Small Tents (UPDATED May 12)

#13 – Hiring Children in Live Entertainment (UPDATED May 12)

#14 – Performer Flying and Aerial Stunts (ADDED January 13)

#15 – Use and Set-up of Large Tents (REVISED April 2015)

 

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Tension Grids (CREATED APRIL 2017)

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