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#1 Safety With Firearms Motion Picture Safety Bulletin

These guidelines are intended to give recommendations on the safe handling, use, and storage of rearms. Firearms include prop guns, rubber guns, plastic guns, non-guns, flintlock guns, pistols, machine guns, rifles and shotguns that shoot blank ammunition. Safety with firearms motion picture bulletin

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#2 Special Use of Live Ammunition Motion Picture Safety Bulletin

These guidelines are intended to give recommendations, special guidelines, and conditions for the safe handling, use and storage of rearms utilizing live ammunition. Special use of live ammunition motion picture bulletin

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#3 Helicopters Motion Picture Safety Bulletin

The flying accuracy of Helicopters may be adversely affected by changing natural conditions such as wind, air density, altitude/temperature, humidity, and time of day. Manmade conditions such as weight, weight distribution, center of gravity and/or the discharge of pyrotechnics in close proximity disturbing air ow around the tail rotor, can also affect the ability of […]

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#3A Helicopters, Addendum A – External Load Guidelines Motion Picture Safety Bulletin

This page offers guidelines for filming essential personnel or equipment while on the exterior of, entering, or exiting a helicopter in flight. Traditional helicopter motion picture activities include stunt persons transferring, air to air between helicopter and airplane, air to ground between surface vehicles or persons, Rappelling, Fast Roping and many other scenarios where essential […]

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#4 Stunts Motion Picture Safety Bulletin

The following recommendations and guidelines are intended to give general guidance on the preparation, safe set-up, and performance of stunt sequences. You should also refer to the Safety Bulletins and General Code of Safe Practices for Production, which address concerns regarding specific equipment and/or procedures on the various topics listed in the Safety Bulletin Table of […]

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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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#6 Animal Handling Rules Motion Picture Safety Bulletin

This motion picture safety bulletin outlines the rules for the safe and proper handling of all animals on production sets. The producer shall notify the British Columbia Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA) prior to the commencement of any work involving an animal or animals; script scenes shall be made available; representatives […]

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#7 Scuba Diving Recommendations and Requirements Motion Picture Safety Bulletin

The following recommendations and requirements apply where SCUBA equipment using compressed air or compressed oxygen will be utilized in filming. Scuba Motion Picture Bulletin PDF

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#7A Addendum A – Principal Performers Using Underwater Diving Equipment Motion Picture Safety Bulletin

Section 24.13(1)(a) of the Regulation requires that all divers in an occupational diving operation meet the requirements of CSA Standard 275.4-97 Competency Standard for Diving Operations. Each diver is also required to be competent to use the equipment that he or she will be using during the diving operation. The purpose of this guideline is […]

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#8 Traditional Camera Cars Motion Picture Safety Bulletin

A Traditional Camera Car (“camera car”) includes any self-propelled vehicle specifically engineered for the mounting and manning of cameras and other equipment for the primary purpose of filming from a stationary or moving vehicle. Excluded from these guidelines are specialty tracking vehicles, including but not limited to, motorized process vehicles, and powered camera vehicles (such […]

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#8A Addendum “A” for Traditional Camera Cars – Process Trailer/ Towed Vehicle Motion Picture Safety Bulletin

These guidelines apply to any towed vehicle or trailer specifically designed to carry personnel, equipment or other vehicles. Camera Cars Addendum A Process Trailer: Towed Vehicle motion picture bulletin PDF

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#8B Addendum “B” for Traditional Camera Cars – Camera Boom Vehicles Motion Picture Safety Bulletin

This safety bulletin offers guidelines for the safe operation of traditional camera cars and camera boom vehicles used on set in production environments. All camera boom vehicles are subject to all requirements outlined in the Camera Cars Motion Picture Bulletin. Camera Cars Addendum B Camera Boom Vehicles.  

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#9 Multiple Dressing Room Units Motion Picture Safety Bulletin

This bulletin provides some brief guidelines for the safe utilization of multiple dressing room units on production sets. The driver/operator plays an important role in maintaining a high degree of safety while these units are in use and is expected to meet high standards of competency. A quali- ed person should be present while such […]

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#10 Artificially Created Smoke, Fogs & Lighting Effects Motion Picture Safety Bulletin

These guidelines are recommendations to either eliminate or reduce worker exposure to inhalation hazards created by chemicals generated when using artificial smoke or fog (theatrical haze, fogs, mists, etc.). Artificial smoke or fog is commonly generated using a fog or haze machine, which releases a chemical solution as an airborne aerosol to create various effects […]

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#10A Addendum “A” for Artificial Smoke and Fog – Air Quality Motion Picture Safety Bulletin

When choosing a filming or recording location, the producer must determine whether there are health risks for the members of the production crew and make the necessary corrections when the air quality does not meet the standards in WorkSafeBC OHS Regulation Part 4.7 Indoor Air Quality and Part 5 Chemical and Biological Agents. Artificially Created […]

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#11 Fixed Wing Aircraft Motion Picture Safety Bulletin

Fixed wing aircraft (i.e., aircraft, gliders, ultralights) flying may be adversely affected by changing natural conditions such as wind, temperature and time of day. Man-made conditions such as weight, externally mounted equipment and the discharge of pyrotechnics and/or smoke can also affect the pilot’s ability to fly safely. Special precautions should be taken to ensure […]

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#11A Addendum “A” for Fixed Wing Aircraft – External Loads Motion Picture Safety Bulletin

Guidelines for essential, personnel or equipment to film or be filmed on the exterior of, entering, or exiting an airplane or aircraft in flight. Fixed Wing Aircraft Addendum A External Loads Motion Picture Bulletin PDF

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#12 Exotic Venomous Reptiles Motion Picture Safety Bulletin

The Producer shall notify a nearby medical facility, one day prior to use, that a live venomous reptile is to be used in close proximity to personnel, and ensure that proper anti-venom is available. Exotic Venomous Reptiles Motion Picture Bulletin PDF

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#13 Gas Operated Equipment Motion Picture Safety Bulletin

As a reminder, the following information was disseminated to the Industry in 1974: Internal combustion engine driven equipment shall be operated inside of buildings or enclosed structures only when such operation does not result in harmful exposure to concentrations of dangerous gas or fumes in excess of threshold limit values. If concentrations exceed the limit […]

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#14 Parachuting and Skydiving Motion Picture Safety Bulletin

The following recommendations and guidelines are to aid in the promotion of safety with respect to parachuting and skydiving lm sequences. Adjustments may have to be made in any given case as circumstances warrant for the safety of the persons involved in the parachuting or skydiving activity or on the set or location. Parachuting and […]

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