Here you will find resources related to the dancers department that may be helpful to you as an employer or worker in the motion picture and/or performing arts and live events industries.

To read the full document, and to print, click here (127 KB). Recognition A concussion is a common form of brain injury. Concussions most often occur without a loss of consciousness. However, a concussion may involve loss of consciousness. A concussion is generally the result of a blow to the head, face or jaw, or […]

The benefits of good nutrition are numerous, and even more so for dancers. This information booklet answers questions such as; how can I sustain my energy longer? How can I improve my recovery with nutrition? How can I prevent muscle soreness? And includes guidance and nutritious recipes.

Musculoskeletal injury (MSI) is the most frequently reported medical problem among classical and modern dancers. The majority of dancers have reported at least one injury that has affected their dancing or kept them from dancing and approximately 50% of dancers report at least one chronic injury. A musculoskeletal injury is any injury or disorder of […]

Please find a list of useful entertainment industry specific safety links below: • American Industry Wide Labor-Management Safety Bulletins • American Film Studio Safety Hotlines • Artists’ Health Centre Foundation • Arts, Crafts, Theatre and Safety (ACTS) • Custom Protect Ear Inc. • Entertainment Technician Certification Program • Film Safety – Ontario • H.E.A.R. Net […]

Actsafe shines the Spotlight on Jenny Duffy, Dance Educator and Choreographer for the B.C. Lion’s Dance Team, The Felions.

The goal of the Think Set Safety Program is to establish safe work habits for grade 11 and 12 film and performing arts students by providing education and exercises related to basic arts safety fundamentals. This program is aimed at students enrolled in Drama/Theatre, Film Production or Dance programs. The goal of the program is to help […]

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