Pékin Express 2018

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.


Claimed and Shamed - BBC 1 - Curve Media

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.


Homestead Rescue - wilderness, guns, humans...


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.

Homestead Rescue Website

Mutiny - hell on the high seas!

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!

Mutiny web page

Robot Wars!

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!

Monkeying about!

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 - An epic Netflix documentary

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.

See what the Guardian say..

Reggie Yates: Life and Death in Chicago with Sundog Pictures

Sundog Pictures is a retained client and we have enjoyed a fruitful relationship for the past 3 years - working with them on this acclaimed BBC show had it's unique set of challenges.  Chicago is officially the most violent city in the US so Remote Trauma's experience and expertise in special training, high-risk advise and equipment provision was key to a safer series of shoots.


SAS Who Dares Wins with Channel 4

Renowned as the toughest of all special forces the SAS inspired the second season of this reality challenge - SAS Who Dares Wins which sees twenty five men from regular life put through the gruelling SAS selection process. Selection takes place over period of several days in a variety of ultra challenging environments that put the participants through extremes of physical and mental endurance.  As specialists, Remote Trauma were called upon not only to to provide a comprehensive risk management package but also complete on and off-screen medical support - no mean feat for a show such as this!
For more information on the full production go to: 
or if you'd like to discuss your own production requirements, speak to a Remote Trauma professional - contact us via phone, email or any of our social channels. 

Celebrity Island with Bear Grylls

The Island with Bear Grylls is probably the toughest show on television, so it stands to reason you are going to need the best risk management company to support you. Channel 4's annual Stand Up to Cancer is back to raise funds up and down the UK for groundbreaking new cancer treatments. And this year part of the programming will show viewers what happened when a group of celebrities were left stranded on a deserted island in the pacific ocean.

Remote Trauma provided on location supported with a team of four specialist safety, medical, survival and power boat drivers. having previously worked with British, French, Americans, Dutch and Norwegians on their versions of The Island. It made sense to employ the same specialist team on an equally hard challenge. If you want to view the behind the scenes footage of our survivalists in action please go to:

Who keeps Bear Grylls safe?


GOLD RUSH - Discovery

As you might expect Gold Rush which involves shooting in furthest extremes of the north american continent doesn't come without it's challenges - Remote Trauma entered the frame providing comprehensive safety audits for the show and progressing to medical and health and safety support on location. Extreme weather conditions, low temperatures and the constant threat of attack by wild animals was all in a days work.  If you want more information on Remote Trauma's capability in extreme climates call us today - we'd be happy to talk.