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#12 Safe Set-Up and Use of Small Tents Performing Arts Safety Bulletin

Tents are frequently used in festivals and for outdoor arts events. These guidelines provide recommendations on the safe set-up and use of small tents up to 60 m2 (645 ft2). Tents larger than this require a building permit in the City of Vancouver. Small tents Performing Arts Bulletin PDF

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Safe Work Procedures Isocyanate-Containing Products IATSE 891 Report

Safe work procedures to direct film industry personnel in the safe performance of their duties when working with isocyanate-containing products. This document contains a guideline for minimizing exposure to other individuals in the studio or set that are not working directly with the product. A brief summary of potential routes of exposure and health hazards are […]

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#5 Policies and Programs Motion Picture Safety Bulletin

This motion picture safety bulletin covers important safety policies and programs that must be implemented and adhered to on production sets. 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 […]

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Construction & Demolition Fact Sheet

The Production/Employer must ensure that safe work practices are being used when different work is carried out simultaneously at the same location. If a work process could potentially jeopardize the safety of the people present, the Production/Employer must ensure that these hazards are eliminated through organizing the work accordingly and by controlling access to the […]

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#1 Animal Handling Rules Performing Arts Safety Bulletin

This safety bulletin briefly outlines a set rules by which the safe handling of animals and those working with them can be upheld and maintained, noting that the safety of working animals and the persons working on such productions must be of primary concern. Animal Handling Performing Arts Bulletin

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Temporary LP-Gas Installations at Public Events Guidelines

BC Ministry of Municipal Affairs Gas Safety Program Bulletin: Guidelines For Temporary LP-Gas Installations at Public Events PDF REPORT

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#6 Animal Handling Rules Motion Picture Safety Bulletin

This motion picture safety bulletin outlines the rules for the safe and proper handling of all animals on production sets. The producer shall notify the British Columbia Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA) prior to the commencement of any work involving an animal or animals; script scenes shall be made available; representatives […]

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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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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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#2 Artificially Created Smokes, Fogs And Lighting Effect Performing Arts Safety Bulletin

This safety bulletin covers substances that may and may not be used in generating artificially created smokes, fogs and lighting effects on production stages/sets. Artificially created smokes, fogs and lighting effect performing arts bulletin PDF

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#5 Fire Resistant Treatment of Scenic Elements Performing Arts Safety Bulletin

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

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#14 Parachuting and Skydiving Motion Picture Safety Bulletin

The following recommendations and guidelines are to aid in the promotion of safety with respect to parachuting and skydiving lm sequences. Adjustments may have to be made in any given case as circumstances warrant for the safety of the persons involved in the parachuting or skydiving activity or on the set or location. Parachuting and […]

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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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Spotlight: Elia Kirby, Great Northern Way Scene Shop Video

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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Stunt Harness Inspection Video

A stunt performer’s life literally hangs in the balance of whether their equipment is properly maintained and functioning as it should. Experienced professionals Lori Stewart, J.J. Makaro and Lucas Waidmann show you how to inspect and maintain your harness and track use on set.

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New and Young Worker Orientations Video Series

WorkSafeBC requires employers to provide all young and new workers with an orientation at each worksite. In Motion Picture and Performing Arts, locations change frequently, so Actsafe has produced a set of three videos to help supervisors, workers and employers better understand the content and requirements of such orientations.

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Supergirl: Leading By Example

Written by Jennifer Lane, Marketing and Communications Coordinator, Actsafe Safety Association.   The role of a Locations Manager is to source and find locations to be used in production. It is part of their role to ensure that the location is a safe environment for the crew to be in, and one they can get […]

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Rockdoc Medical Services

Services include event medical services, ambulance paramedics on standby, cast insurance medicals, set visits/doctor on call – 24/7 and more.

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Extended Work Hours BCCFU Guidelines

Fatigued? Worried about driving home after a long shift? Collective agreement guidelines may provide options to help. The following guidelines from The Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers (AMPTP) and Canadian Media Producers Association (CMPA) set forth common sense measures which should be considered when extended work days are necessitated, including how to recognize […]

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Sample Safe Development Process Info Sheet

The question “how can we do this safely?” should set the stage for concept development, pre-production, construction, rehearsal and performance. Consideration of health and safety should begin as early as possible in the planning of the production and should continue throughout the production process. This Sample Safe Development Process document gives an overview of risk assessment in action, using a fictitious […]

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