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First Aid Fact Sheet

This info sheet provides first aid information for personnel working in the motion picture, television, performing arts and live events industries. For establishing the level of first aid required, address each separate work location (production of office, construction shop, studio or locations etc.) and have the appropriate person or supervisor complete the First Aid Assessment […]

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Wood Dust, Formaldehyde and Noise Exposures in Vancouver Film Construction Shops Report

Report established baseline exposure levels for noise, wood dust and formaldehyde and compared those levels with exposure limits specified in the Occupational Health and Safety Regulation. Identifies ten recommendations to improve health in film studio construction shops. Wood Dust, formaldehyde and noise exposure in Vancouver Film Construction shops Report PDF

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Breathe Safer: How to Use Respirators Safely and Start a Respirator Program, WorkSafeBC Link

This manual, developed for employers, supervisors, and workers, describes different types of breathing hazards and respirators. It also explains how to choose, fit, and care for a respirator. In addition, the manual covers the essential elements of respirator programs. Download WorkSafeBC’s manual here.

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Studio Safety Hotlines Link

As part of a Contract Services Administration Trust Fund (CSATF) Injury and Illness Prevention Program every employee has the right to report unsafe conditions or unsafe practices to their employer without fear of reprisal. Follow this link for a list of Safety Hotlines for studios participating in the program.

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Working Safely With Casting Resins Report

Dillon Consulting Limited (Dillon) was retained by I.A.T.S.E. Local 891 to develop safe work guidelines for film industry personnel related to working safely with casting resins. This document can also be used as a guideline for minimizing the potential for exposure to other individuals in the studio or shop who are not working directly with casting resins […]

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Vancouver Film Studios AED Locations

Use this floorpan of VFS to discover where the nearest AED is placed.

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Spotlight: Elia Kirby, Great Northern Way Scene Shop Video

Actsafe shines the Spotlight on Elia Kirby, owner of the Great Northern Way Scene Shop, who discusses process and potential risks/hazards surrounding the building, installation, and movement/transport of props and set-design pieces in and around production environments.

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Do You Hear That? Carpentry Shop Sound Levels Poster

Carpenters – Ever wonder how much noise you’re exposed to at work? Carpentry shops in the film industry generally have sound levels of 87 dba. See our poster below for more details and guidelines. Do You Hear That Carpenters Poster PDF

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Do You Hear That? Metal Shops Sound Levels Poster

Curious about average sound levels in your industry? Metal shops in the film industry generally have sound levels of 89 dba. See our poster below for further hearing safety guidelines. Do You Hear That Metal Shops Poster PDF

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JLG Supplemental Operators Manual for Authorized & Trained Set Lighting Technicians & Studio Grips

The purpose of this rigging manual is to provide owners, users, operators, lessors, and lessees with the precautions and operation procedures essential for the safe and proper machine operation for its intended purpose. JLG Rigging Manual PDF  

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Lockout WorkSafeBC Link

Lockout is the use of lock(s) to render machinery or equipment inoperable or to isolate an energy source in accordance with a written procedure. De-energization is the removing of energy from machinery or equipment. Equipment that is not de-energized and locked out can unexpectedly start when maintenance work is being done, which can result in serious injuries. […]

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Mammoth Studios AED Locations

Use this floorpan of Mammoth Studios to discover where the nearest AED lives.

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Bridge Studios AED Locations

Use this floorpan of Bridge Studios to discover where the nearest AED lives.

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Genie Operators Supplemental Manual For Authorized & Trained Set Lighting Technicians & Studio Grips

This Supplemental Manual was prepared by Genie Industries at the express request of unions representing Set Lighting Technicians and Studio Grips. These operators requested Genie’s written permission to use the Approved Models listed below in certain ways that deviate from Genie’s standard manuals for that equipment. This Supplemental Manual contains Genie’s written permission and the […]

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North Shore Studios AED Locations

Use this floorplan of the North Shore Studios to discover where the nearest AED lives.

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Paint Safety Primer

Painting in the arts industry is dynamic; painters often work with varnishes, paint spraying and other similar jobs that put them at risk equal to or greater than painters in other professions. Studies have shown that painters have a 30% or greater risk of lung cancer. Additionally, there are increased risks for cancer of the bladder, stomach and esophagus. The […]

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Play It Safe Safety For School Theatre/Studios Manual

Play it Safe, commissioned jointly by the Vancouver School Board (VSB) and Actsafe Safety Association, was authored by Janet Sellery, an award-winning health and safety consultant specializing in the performing arts. While the guide was written for a BC audience, many of the resources address common hazards found in many school theatre and studio environments. The manual is […]

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Boom Lift Platform Capacity Reduction Manual

Boom Lift Platform Capacity Reduction Manual designed specifically for Set Lighting Technicians and Studio Grips. The manual contains a list of applicable machines that the capacity reductions apply to; reduction charts; minimum power line safe approach distances; maximum wind chart allowances; and operator training requirements. Boom lift platform capacity reduction manual PDF

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Do You Hear That? Paint Department Sound Levels Poster

Paint shops – If you work near a construction shop, the sound levels may be high and you may need hearing protection. Put this poster up in and around your construction and paint departments and let your fellow workers know about the importance of hearing protection. Do You Hear That Paint Department Poster PDF

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Safety Scene – June 2015 Edition

In the June 2015 issue: A NEW Actsafe Spotlight on Elia Kirby fo rom the Great Northern Way Scene Shop. Hellos, and goodbyes. Workers Compensation Act Changes. and much more!   View The Actsafe Safety Scene here!

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