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Pain Is Optional For Wardrobe Workers Comic

An educational guide to preventing Musculoskeletal injuries (MSI) for wardrobe workers. Presented in a comic book style, the goal of this resource is to help workers recognize and prevent the symptoms of MSI. Pain Is Optional For Wardrobe Workers Comic PDF For your printed version please contact the Actsafe office info@actsafe.ca

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Pain Is Optional For Wardrobe Workers Comic Link

An educational guide to preventing Musculoskeletal injuries (MSI) for wardrobe workers. Presented in a comic book style, the goal of this resource is to help workers recognize and prevent the symptoms of MSI. Pain is Optional for Wardrobe Workers

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Embracing “No” – The Next Consent Conversation

-The following article was contributed by Megan Gilron (she|they) for Actsafe’s summer edition of Safety Scene, the theme of which is mental health. The job of supporting performers and crew within and around scenes of intimacy has been practised in one form or another for years, but the role of Intimacy Coordinator (Film/TV) and Intimacy […]

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COVID-19 Resources for the Arts and Entertainment Industries

In the midst of COVID-19 we’ve curated a selection of resources we believe to be of value to our industries. As your occupational health and safety association we endeavour to continue to share articles and knowledge in the hope of keeping our stakeholders informed. To be notified in real-time of Actsafe COVID-19 updates to protocols […]

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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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Locations Fact Sheet

To read the full document, and to print, click here (183 KB). Hazard Identification Prior to the day of shooting, a production representative should be designated to review the location and determine if obvious safety hazards exist. This designated person is often the Locations Manager or Assistant Locations Manager. The facility/site representative is often a good […]

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