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Working Alone or in Isolation Checklist

Please find our Actsafe Working Alone or in Isolation Checklist form below: Working Alone or in Isolation Checklist PDF

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Working Alone Video

According to the Regulation, to work alone or in isolation means “to work in circumstances where assistance would not be readily available to the worker in case of an emergency, or in case the worker is injured or in ill health.” Working alone or in isolation is fairly common in the motion picture industry, particularly […]

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Working Alone or in Isolation Motion Picture Fact Sheet

Working alone or in isolation – According to the Regulation, to work alone or in isolation “means to work in circumstances where assistance would not be readily available to the worker in case of an emergency, or in case the worker is injured or in ill health.” Working alone or in isolation is fairly common […]

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Sterling IAQ Consultants Ltd.

Services include health and safety program development/ implementation, risk assessments, air quality monitoring, asbestos surveys, noise monitoring, violence in the workplace risk assessments and working alone risk assessments.

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Tension Grid Safety Performing Arts Fact Sheet

This fact sheet is intended to give information on safe work procedures when working on a tension grid installed in a performing arts venue.

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#5 Policies and Programs Motion Picture Safety Bulletin

This motion picture safety bulletin covers important safety policies and programs that must be implemented and adhered to on production sets. Each studio, facility, and Production Company shall strive for the highest safety standards. Cast and crew must work diligently to maintain a safe and healthful work environment. Communication of information is one of the […]

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Recommendations for Fighting Fatigue Link

This document has been reviewed by Actsafe’s Motion Picture Standing Committee and approved for distribution to British Columbia’s motion picture and television industry. Humans are a day-oriented species and when we challenge that by working late into the night, there can be consequences. The following recommendations will help you overcome those challenges and by doing […]

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Spotlight: Hans Dayal Locations Manager Video

Actsafe shines the Spotlight on Hans Dayal, Locations Manager in British Columbia’s Film Industry, discussing safety while managing and working in production environments.

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Concussion Awareness Video

Kerry Goulet speaks to UBCP Stunt Performers regarding the dangers of incurring a concussion while working in the motion picture, television, performing arts and live events industries.

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Washroom Facilities Motion Picture Fact Sheet

The employer must ensure that a sufficient number of plumbed washrooms are readily available for the crew. Readily available means the walking distance from a working area to a washroom should not be more than 60 metres (200 feet). In multi-storied workplaces, washrooms should not be more than one floor above or below the working […]

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#27 Poisonous Plants Motion Picture Safety Bulletin

This bulletin addresses special safety considerations when working outdoors and exposed to poisonous plants. Although the types of poisonous plants may vary from region to region, basic safeguards should be taken to prevent serious injury or illness to crew members working at locations where these plants grow. Poisonous Plants Motion Picture Bulletin PDF

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Safety Scene – July 2018 Edition

In the July 2018 issue: Guidelines For Working In Hot Temperatures, Calltime: Mental Health Resource Website, Joint Health & Safety Committee Reports and What To Do With Them, Managing Fatigue, Hello’s and Goodbye’s, And Much More! View The Actsafe Safety Scene online here.

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Safety Is A Team Effort Article

Keith Martin Gordey interviews Lori Stewart on the importance of teamwork for ensuring safety for stunt actors working in the motion picture industry. Safety Is A Team Effort Article PDF

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Construction & Woodworking Fact Sheet

This fact sheet provides safety information related to working with hand tools, power tools, and explosive-actuated fastening tools in order to ensure accident prevention. Construction Woodworking Fact Sheet PDF

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Spotlight: Jay Dodge of Boca del Lupo Video

Actsafe’s Premiere Spotlight interview of Jay Dodge, Artistic Producer of the Boca del Lupo Theatre Company, discussing important safety aspects of producing and working on production in the performing arts, and particularly theatrical productions.

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Review of Common Set Dressing Materials Report

This review is a summary of the hazards and recommended precautions when working with materials commonly used by Special Effects, Costumes, and Set Decorating to create photographic dust effects, “worn” costumes, and “dusty” sets. Review of Common Set Dressing Materials Report PDF

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#38 Inclement or Severe Weather Motion Picture Safety Bulletin

This bulletin identifies the safety considerations that should be addressed when working outdoors in areas where there is a potential for thunderstorms, lightning, flash flooding, extreme winds, large hail, tornadoes and hurricanes. Inclement or Severe Weather Motion Picture Bulletin PDF

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Employer’s Report of Injury or Occupational Disease (Form 7) WorkSafeBC Link

If a person working for you has a work-related injury or disease and gets medical treatment from a doctor or other qualified practitioner, as the employer, you must report the incident to WorkSafeBC as soon as possible by completing a Form 7. Find the WorkSafeBC form and online submission link here.    

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Safety Scene – December 2014 Edition

In the December 2014 issue: The Actsafe “Best Of” Spotlight on Jay Dodge, Artistic Director of Boca del Lupo Propane Safety Tips for working in winter weather Things to keep in your car in case of a winter emergency and much more!   View The Actsafe Safety Scene 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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