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Interviews/ general filming

Food or drinks being spilt on the floor causing someone to slip over.

Med

Report this spillage to a member of staff and find a different area to film.

People being bashed by props during interviews.

Low

Find an area that isn’t too crowded to interview people but people should be generally aware of their props.

Any offensive gestures or poses in the background.

Med

Angle the camera so the gesture isn’t seen or find a neutral background.

Construction

Low

Avoid that area and report this to a member of staff.

Little children, they can easily trip over me or I could trip over them.

High

Be wary of where I am filming and my surroundings.

Crowds can disrupt filming.

Med

Find a quiet place to film so I don’t get disrupted during an interview.

The Excel is a large location meaning everyone can get easily separated.

High

Make sure everyone’s phone is fully charged and has credit along with everyone else’s numbers.

Uneven pavement causing someone to trip over.

Med

Make sure that I or people are not distracting the interviewee/camera operator so they are not paying attention to where they are going.

Little children, they can easily trip over me or I could trip over them.

Low

Be wary of where I am filming and my surroundings.

Private property

Med

If I want to film in that area then I need to ask for permission if they say no then avoid filming in that area all together.

Weather

High

I should check the weather forecast before I go out to film and have a backup plan e.g. If I can’t film in the park find a shelter or something nearby.

Vehicles/roads

Med

I need to be sure what I am filming doesn’t distract drivers and I need to make sure myself and the interviewees are visible to the drivers. Overall I should stay away from busy roads so no one gets hurt.

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