Props

The following recommendations are intended to give general guidance on the safe handling, use, storage and disposal of foam(ed) plastics when used to construct stage sets and props. Foam(ed) plastics are products made of petroleum distillates which can ignite when used in connection with heat from a hot wire or welding/cutting operation (hot work), or […]

These guidelines are intended to provide recommendations on the safe handling, use and storage of those props that can cut or puncture cast or crew members. These props include but are not limited to knives, swords, razors, darts, bows and arrows, hatchets, saws, spears, cross bows and martial arts throwing stars. Edged and Piercing Props […]

These guidelines are intended to provide recommendations on the safe handling, use and storage of those props that can cut or puncture cast or crew members. These props include but are not limited to knives, swords, razors, darts, bows and arrows, hatchets, saws, spears, cross bows and martial arts throwing stars. Edged and Piercing Props […]

This safety bulletin covers legal requirements and best practices related to the Fire Resistant Treatment of Scenic Elements, how to determine if a scenic element meets standards for fire/flame resistance (The Burn Test), and discusses risks associated with open flames used on stage sets. Fire Resistant Treatment Performing Arts Bulletin

This review is a summary of the hazards and recommended precautions when working with materials commonly used by Special Effects, Costumes, and Set Decorating to create photographic dust effects, “worn” costumes, and “dusty” sets. Review of Common Set Dressing Materials Report PDF

Actsafe shines the Spotlight on Elia Kirby, owner of the Great Northern Way Scene Shop, who discusses process and potential risks/hazards surrounding the building, installation, and movement/transport of props and set-design pieces in and around production environments.



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