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List of Motion Picture Bulletins

Below are safety guidelines for the motion picture industry in British Columbia. Actsafe’s safety bulletins are recommended guidelines only; always consult all applicable rules and regulations.   Health & Safety Bulletin Call Sheet Memo Pre-Production #1 Safety With Firearms Motion Picture Safety Bulletin #2 Special Use of Live Ammunition Motion Picture Safety Bulletin #3 Helicopters Motion Picture Safety Bulletin […]

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Motion Picture Industry Orientation

Developed in partnership between Creative BC, MPPIA and industry labour organizations, this comprehensive, mandatory course provides you with the information you need to know before working on a film set.

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Motion Picture Safety For Supervisors

This workshop is designed to provide all motion picture industry supervisors with a fundamental understanding of current WorkSafeBC regulations and their safety obligations.

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Motion Picture Industry Orientation Online Exam

This is the online exam for the MPPIA Motion Picture Industry Orientation Workshop. You must attend the to qualify to take this exam. This is the online exam for the MPPIA Motion Picture Industry Orientation Workshop. This exam is open book. You must first attend the workshop in order to qualify to take this exam. Once you […]

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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 […]

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#3 Helicopters Motion Picture Safety Bulletin

External Load Guidelines are Attached to this Bulletin as “Addendum A” Helicopter flying accuracy 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 airflow around the […]

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#5 Policies and Programs Motion Picture Safety Bulletin

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 most effective measures to ensure a safe set. Safety takes precedence over expediency. Click here to download the guideline.

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#1 Safety With Firearms Motion Picture Safety Bulletin

BLANKS CAN KILL. TREAT ALL FIREARMS AS THOUGH THEY ARE LOADED. LIVE AMMUNITION IS NEVER TO BE USED NOR BROUGHT ONTO ANY STUDIO LOT OR STAGE. These guidelines are intended to give recommendations on the safe handling, use and storage of firearms. Firearms include prop guns, rubber guns, plastic guns, non-guns, flintlock guns, pistols, machine […]

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#19 Open Flames On Motion Picture Sets Motion Picture Safety Bulletin

These guidelines are intended to give recommendations on the safe use of open flames on motion picture sets. This Safety Bulletin does not apply to full or partial body burns, fire breathing, or fire juggling. Such stunts should be performed only by qualified stunt persons under carefully controlled conditions. Open Flames On Motion Picture Sets […]

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Concussions Motion Picture Fact Sheet

A concussion is generally the result of a blow to the head, face or jaw, or even elsewhere on the body. A concussion may also result from a whiplash effect to the head and neck. Health effects can include wide range of short- or long-term changes affecting thinking, sensation, language, or emotions. Concussion Fact Sheet […]

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Production Motion Picture Safety Primer

This primer describes safety guidelines and requirements for the various departments and specialized activities that may occur during a production. Topics covered include construction; painting; ladders; scaffolds; fall protection equipment; lighting and electrical safety; pyrotechnics; smoke and fog; firearms; underwater diving and more. To read the full document, and to print, click here (311 kB).        

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EpiPen Motion Picture Fact Sheet

This fact sheet is intended to give information on the supply and use of an EpiPen® as part of a first aid kit in the motion picture & TV industry. An EpiPen® and EpiPen Jr® Auto-Injectors are for the emergency treatment of life-threatening allergic reactions (anaphylaxis) caused by allergens, exercise, or unknown triggers. EpiPen Fact […]

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#6 Animal Handling Rules Motion Picture Safety Bulletin

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Propane Guidelines Motion Picture Fact Sheet

This fact sheet has been prepared to alert industry members to the hazards associated with the use of propane and propane-fired heaters, and to outline safe work practices. View and download the Propane Guidelines Motion Picture Fact Sheet PDF here.

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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 firearms utilizing live ammunition.   Click here to download the guideline.

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

Guidelines for Essential Personnel or Equipment to Film or be Filmed 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 […]

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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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#20 Motorcycles Motion Picture Safety Bulletin

This bulletin is scheduled for review. If you have any questions please contact us info@actsafe.ca.

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