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#40 Non-Camera Utility Vehicles Motion Picture Safety Bulletin

These guidelines address non-camera utility vehicles used for production support, such as ATVs, golf carts, snowmobiles and utility vehicles with small engines and/or electric powered. (For camera vehicles, see bulletins #8—8C.) Vehicle operators must observe all applicable rules and regulations. In order to provide a safe workplace, the following vehicle guidelines have been established regardless […]

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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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Equipment, Vehicles and Locations Motion Picture Safety Primer

This Motion Picture safety primer covers topics such as: cranes and elevated work platforms mobile equipment insert-camera cars traffic control buildings city streets wilderness locations water locations For your printed copy(ies) please contact us info@actsafe.ca To read the full Motion Picture Safety Primer Equipment Vehicles Locations document, and to print, click here (322 kB).

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The History of Actsafe Injury Prevention Week

Actsafe launched Actsafe Injury Prevention Week (AIP Week) in 2018 to spread awareness of the leading causes of injury to BC’s arts and entertainment industries’ workers and to provide shareable tips, tools, and resources to help prevent these injuries. This week-long campaign gives Actsafe an opportunity to: increase industry awareness about the highlighted health and […]

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Finding Answers for Questions Around Concussions

When I was first approached to write an article about concussions for Safety Scene I was tempted to discuss all the things that I know about concussions (which isn’t much alongside the experts who have graciously contributed to this edition). Then I realized that the questions I have about concussions might be shared by other […]

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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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Shift Into Winter Driving

When B.C. officially shifts into winter driving, take a look at these resources to ensure the safety of yourself and your workers in these conditions. Road Safety At Work Links: Shift Into Winter – Shift into Winter’s portal of online courses provides practical, easy-to-use learning to help you improve road safety in your workplace, including creating […]

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Guiding Hand Signals Card

Complex driving manoeuvres require the use of a spotter for safety. The spotter’s responsibility is to direct the vehicle driver operator and alert them to obstructions in the vehicles path. Spotters must also alert pedestrians and traffic to stay clear of the danger areas. For clear communication the spotter must maintain visual contact with the driver […]

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Safely Guiding and Spotting a Reversing Vehicle

Vehicles are the second highest source of injury in the motion picture industry over a five-year period (2013 – 2017)*. Actsafe’s Injury Prevention Week 2018 ‘Back Here, Safety Matters’ will focus on the prevention of injuries caused by material handling around trucks. One phase of this campaign will cover signalling and flagging and we’ve found […]

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Actsafe Injury Prevention Week 2018

  November 5th – 9th, 2018 To celebrate Actsafe’s 20th year in the business of helping to keep workers safe, we’re launching a brand new injury prevention initiative, the Actsafe Injury Prevention Week (AIP Week.) The goal of our annual event is to spread awareness of the leading causes of injury to BC’s motion picture […]

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Production Resources

Starting a production in British Columbia? We’ve curated a selection of important literature and resources to help provide an understanding of requirements for any new productions to create a safe and healthy workplace for your workers. Why not contact our Motion Picture Industry Advisor Anand Kanna (by email or phone 604 733 4682 Ext. 120.) […]

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Propane Safety Awareness Training

Learn to work safely with and around propane. Learn about the appropriate use and associated risks of propane, including safe handling, storing, transporting and installation of propane cylinders as well as safe use of direct and indirect fired portable heaters.

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Power Line Distance Motion Picture Fact Sheet

Power Line Distance Fact Sheet PDF This fact sheet should be used anytime work is being done near overhead power lines and in conjunction with the following Safety Bulletins: Traditional Camera Cars Elevating Work Platforms Lighting Systems & Other Electrical Equipment Camera Cranes  

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Fire Prevention Fact Sheet #3

To read the full document, and to print, click here (159 KB). Before renting or occupying a house or a building, the producer must ensure that it meets fire prevention standards and that it contains the necessary fire fighting equipment, in compliance with the NFPA 140. The distance to be covered between any point in […]

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#37 Vehicle Restraint Systems Motion Picture Safety Bulletin

This Safety Bulletin is intended to give recommendations in the safe use of Restraint Systems (e.g., Seat Belts, Harnesses, Head and Neck Restraint Systems, etc.) to persons who are either in or on Picture Vehicles/Stunt Vehicles. Vehicle Restraint Systems Motion Picture Bulletin For recommendations regarding Seat Belts, Harnesses, or Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) for Construction […]

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#29A Addendum “A” for Hot Air Balloons, Guidelines For The Safe Use of Hot Air Balloons Motion Picture Safety Bulletin

Guidelines for essential personnel or equipment to film or be filmed while on the exterior or, entering, or exiting a balloon basket or gondola in flight. Traditional ballooning motion picture activities include air to ground transfers, air to surface vehicles or persons, rappelling, parachuting, long line and many other scenarios where essential personnel may be […]

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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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#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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#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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Focus on Safety: Safe Work Practices Manual for Film and Television Production in B.C.

This WorkSafeBC general safety manual is written for employers (production companies) and workers in B.C.’s film and television production industry. It includes information on potential hazards and provides safe work practices to prevent injuries in the industry. It covers topics such as: equipment vehicles location hazards construction, painting special effects props stunts To read the […]

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15 Passenger Van Safety

This info sheet will help employers and supervisors with important safety considerations when making decisions around which kind of passenger vehicle to use in transporting employees, workers and other staff personnel. Please Note: The decision to use 15 passenger vans instead of other vehicles to transport crew should always be carefully considered. 15 passenger vans […]

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Wheel Chocks

This info sheet is intended to provide information on the use of wheel chocks to assist in securing vehicles such as trucks from movement while they are parked. Maybe you work in the transportation department, do you know whether your vehicles carry wheel chocks? REGULATORY REQUIREMENTS This document may assist in meeting requirements set out […]

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Transmission Brake Hazard Alert

Trucks without a designated “park” position indicator on the truck’s transmission-box can be the source of a unique rolling hazard.  Read this 2015 hazard alert poster on trucks with this type of transmission for further details, which includes a checklist for easy reference. EXTRA CAUTION REQUIRED FOR TRUCKS WITH NO “PARK” POSITION Incidents involving runaway […]

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Safety Scene – October 2014 Edition

In the October 2014 issue: The Actsafe Spotlight on Bill Ryan – Special Effects Coordinator. WorkSafeBC’s Innovation at Work program Personal Optional Protection Insurance Working safely when vehicles are backing up. and much more!   View The Actsafe Safety Scene here!

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