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									FILM & TV PRODUCTION
LOCATION CHECKLIST & SAFETY REPORT
This checklist is required to be completed for each location by doing a site survey before
production starts. If you check NO to any question or have identified any hazards, you
need to describe how/when this issue will be resolved. The completed survey will form
part of your assessment for this project and must be submitted. When asking yourself the
following questions bear in mind the hazards and risks to people and equipment.
Additional surveys must be completed for stunts and special effects and may be
disallowed.

STUDENT NAME:
___________________________________________________________________

Phone:_________________________________EMAIL:______________________

SYNOPSIS OF PRODUCTION:
________________________________________________________________________

________________________________________________________________________

LOCATION DETAILS:
________________________________________________________________________

**SCHEDULE SHOOTING DATES:
______________________________________________________

Remote locations contacts (If filming in a
remote location, notify emergency
services in advance)
Police Ph_______________________________
Fire Ph_______________________________
Ambulance Service Ph_______________________________

General (Answer YES or NO)
1. Have you obtained a signed Agreement for use of site?
(Attach a copy) ________
2. Did you inform the managers/owners of the location as to what
activity your group will perform? ________
3. Have the managers/owners advised the site is free of any
hazards? ________

Access and Egress
4. Is the site free of hazards which may lead to slips, trips, falls? ________
5. Have danger areas been clearly marked “KEEP OUT”? ________
6. Are fire and emergency exits clearly marked and unobstructed? ________
Fall Protection/confined Spaces
7 Is the surface stable enough for mounting the camera support? ________
8. Have flats/props been checked to be sure they are stable and
safe for crew and cast to work with? ________

Ventilation
9. Is there an adequate heating system for the building? ________

Electrical
10. Is there enough electrical output for the demand needed? ________
11. Have you booked the appropriate equipment from the Library? ________
12. Have all potential live electrical hazards (exposed wiring,
electrical boxes etc) at the location been made safe? ________

Fire
13. Are fire extinguishers and/or other fire safety equipment available
and in working condition? ________
14. Has the issue of smoking of cigarettes by cast and crew been
addressed? Where can they smoke? ________

Water & Toilets
15. Are there hygienic and functional toilets and handwashing
facilities nearby? ________
16. Is there clean, drinkable water on site and enough running water ________
for requirements?

Security
17. Is the outdoor lighting adequate? ________
18. Is the risk of potential injuries to cast and crew low (either from other
people or wildlife)? ________
19. Has a system for security of equipment/belongings from theft been
identified? (Give Details) ________

First Aid & Emergencies
20. Is there a hospital within 20 minutes travel time? ________
21. Is there a way to contact emergency services from the location? ________

Moving Vehicles
22. If moving vehicles are being used to film from have risks been
identified? ________

Traffic Control
23. Do cars need to be safely routed around the shooting area? ________
24. Can pedestrians safely move around the area? ________

Transport
25. Will you have enough people/equipment to transport the
equipment to the location? ________
26. Is the vehicle suitable for the transport? ________
27. Do you have sufficient light for cast and crew to work in? ________

Exterior Locations
28.. Will the site be free of extreme temperatures? ________
29. Have special precautions for the terrain been taken? ________
30. Has protection against predicted rain or strong winds provided? ________

Additional Comments:
________________________________________________________________________

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