A stunning new costume drama from ITV where RT took care of a comprehensive location recce and provided onsite Health and Safety support throughout the filming. This drama is set on the cusp of the 19th century in Delhi before the British ruled in that region, the drama depicts the fortunes of the residents of Beecham House, an imposing mansion surrounded by acres of exotic woods and pristine lawns.
Remote Trauma servicing the Far Flung Corners of the Earth. Here's where we have been in the last 12 months providing on-site support for you. Call us today!
RT are involved in another great SCREENDOG production airing in March 2019 on Dave.
We provided a bespoke training course that involved crawling through collapsed buildings, climbing over unstable debris with camera equipment, learning to interpret storm radar and satellite imagery and recognising the difference between a Category 1 and a Category 5 hurricane.
This course is to be held on the 30th January 2019 in Central London
Having a designated fire warden at work is an important part of fire safety. The fire warden works together with the employer to ensure that fire safety measures and evacuation procedures are in place and effective.
This course will provide you with the necessary training required to be a qualified fire warden. It will educate you about what your legal duties are, will provide you with an understanding of fire, familiarise you with fire hazards and fire safety arrangements, and detail what your emergency evacuation procedures should entail. The information in the course will enable you to take responsibility for fire safety in your workplace and protect everyone’s wellbeing.
Wednesday, January 30, 2019 at 9:30 AM – 4:30 PM
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This course is to be held on the 6th February 2019 in Central London
It is a regulatory requirement that all businesses in the UK have appointed first aid personnel. The size of the company and the workplace environment will determine how many that should be.
For a low-hazard workplace, such as an office or shop with fewer than 25 employees, there should be at least one appointed person.
Where there are 25-50 employees, there should be at least one first-aider trained in Emergency First Aid At Work (EFAW). If there are more than 50 employees then there should be at least one first-aider trained in First Aid At Work (FAW).
The content of this EFAW course will cover basic, life saving first aid and workplace health and safety regulations within an emergency situation.
Incident Approach and Assessment
Casualty Primary Assessment
First Aid Priorities
Basic Life Support with Automated External Defibrillation
Managing an Unconscious Casualty
Dealing with Bleeding Wounds including Shock
Managing Burns and Fractures
Managing Medical Emergencies
First Aid Kits
Recording and Reporting
The Health and Safety Executive also strongly recommends that first-aiders undertake a refresher course during any three-year certification period.
Although this is not compulsory, it will help qualified first-aiders maintain their basic skills and keep them up to date with any changes to first aid procedures.
The date of the course is Wednesday 6th February 2019. Start time 09.30am
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This course is to be held on February 13th 2019 in Central London
To ensure your understanding of the operative and legal importance and relevance of Health and Safety, in the audiovisual industry including the legislative process.
Your training will involve interactive scenarios designed to reflect the very real issues and unexpected safety situations you are likely to encounter on location.
Module 1 - Production Responsibilities
An overview of the legislative issues surrounding Health and Safety. this will include current health and safety law, criminal prosecution, civil law and the responsibilities of employers and employees.
Module 2 - Accident Reporting
The legal requirements of Accident or Near Miss reporting including an overview of Reporting of Injuries, Diseases and Dangerous Occurrences (RIDDOR) regulations and the responsibilities of employees and employers in the event of an accident.
Module 3 - Risk Assessment Part 1
The theory behind the why and the how of risk assessment explained, including the legal requirements. You will be introduced to risk management processes used to identify hazards, risk assessment (based on severity and likelihood) and the controls, precautions and emergency procedures that need to be in place.
Module 4 - Risk Assessment Part 2
The legal requirements of conducting a risk assessment including Hazard Perception How to identify and list hazards as a first step in capable risk assessment. This module deals with contractors and the multiple environments encountered during filming and how to identify and deal with obstacles on location.
You will receive a certificate of competence upon successful demonstration of sufficient knowledge and understanding of Health and Safety within the audiovisual industry.
Central London on 13th February 2019 from 9:30am
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Remote Trauma are excited to have been chosen by the production team on this years’ even more extreme, Peking (Pekin)Express for M6 in France.
A dozen teams of two set off the most outrageous race of their lives. The contest begins in Kuching in the jungles of Borneo, moving thousands of kilometres north to the Philippines eventually reaching urban Tokyo.
RT were their first choice to provide safety and medical support during this epic filmed competition crossing a variety of hostile environments and with a very respectable €100K prize for the winners.
We look forward to keeping them all safe for many seasons to come.
Please read Behind the Scenes - Capturing the sound of Africa
How Remote Trauma helped the Sundog Pictures team to plan the filming trip carefully and provided a Specialist Training to minimise the risk of kidnap as they travelled around south Africa.
Please click on the link to read more about the Specialist Training we provide. http://www.remotetrauma.com/training/
This popular BBC One documentary series examines the UK's growing issue of insurance fraud.
Presented by Strictly winner Ore Oduba - the show exposes the most outrageous insurance cheats showing real archive of insurance frauds caught out on camera or faking on the phone.
You can imagine how risky this kind of TV journalism can get when confronting potentially volatile and defensive fraudsters... We helped the production by providing CONFLICT MANAGEMENT TRAINING to deal with any situation which could arise. We also processed a variety of risk assessments required for various shooting environments. We're please to be partnering with our friends at Curve Media and ensuring they were as safe as possible.
If you'd like to know more about specialist training courses at Remote Trauma call us today.
We're pleased to share this glowing article in Broadcast magazine this month featuring and interview by writer Catherine Neilan with RT's founder, Alex Bohanna.
A brand new series from Raw Television and supported by Remote Trauma, struggling homesteaders across the country are turning to expert homesteader Marty Raney – along with his daughter Misty Raney, a farmer, and son Matt Raney, a hunter and fisherman – to teach them the necessary skills to survive the wilderness. The stakes are high, but the Raney family is determined to prepare these families for nature’s worst and set them up for success. Each family faces the ultimate decision: will they tough out their first year or pack up and return to civilization?
A certain amount of risk is involved anywhere there's wilderness, guns, wild animals and humans under pressure - and we're pleased to been on the production to keep everyone safe.
Following the course of Captain Bligh's 1789 epic survival voyage, SAS: Who Dares Wins chief instructor Ant Middleton leads a crew of ordinary men in a dangerous recreation of this event. Yes of course the risk and safety was taken care of by us! who else has the experience. The multi-challenge brief was unlike anything we've undertaken in the past with the support vessel staying well back from the small boat so as not to break the 'bubble' of drama unfolding on a daily basis. The risks included drowning, injury, exposure, trench rot, wounds, infection, sharks and much more that we shouldn't list for fear of a spoiler alert!
That Fletcher Christian had a lot to answer for!
BBC2's new season of Robot Wars is underway with bigger, more powerful and formidable robotic creations than ever before - and with that comes all the health and safety issues you'd imagine for such a potentially dangerous production. Remote Trauma are proud to be involved in this unique challenge where normal compliance goes out of the window as the various freaky metal creation smash the hell of of each other in a studio based arena. Add to that the open behind-the-scenes format where robot repair and testing are all part of the show. Let battle commence!
Unbelievably, It's now the 7th series of this great show - Remote Trauma support Gold Rush team at Raw once again, with a full safety audit for their new location - there's even more gold in them there hills!
Monkeys for Offspring Films - Patrick Aryee reveals amazing stories of how each of the world’s primate species came to be. He gets eye to eye with some of the planet’s most charismatic and mischievous monkeys.
Offspring Films are our retained client an amazing and talented team. Remote Trauma prepared the crew with Travel Safety Awareness training, carried out a detailed Risk Assessment for their wild locations in Central and South America, Africa and Asia and provided safety equipment for the intrepid team.
The Ivory Game, on Netflix this month, is an epic and thrilling documentary going undercover into the dark and dangerous world of ivory trafficking in Africa. ‘The Ivory Game’, Vienna-based Terra Mater Film Studios’ investigative documentary feature about global, illegal ivory trade, has made it on the shortlist for the 2017 Academy Award nominations. Remote Trauma were proud to be part of this epic piece of television.
Guy Martin travels across China to show the unseen side of its innovation and development - Our guys in China were back again to support Guy and his team on this odyssey shoot to cover the wide range of safety and security considerations this kind of project demands. If you think you need similar support call us now.