Although you can do it yourself, there is the risk of incorrect completion or production of your documents, which can cause further problems. Our health and safety specialists will produce compliant media-specific documentation for your production needs.
Workplace Health & Safety (WHS) documentation is a requirement for all businesses with more than five employees. The statutory requirements include a written Health and Safety Policy, Risk Assessments and more. Although you can do it yourself, there is the risk of incorrect completion or production of your documents, which can cause further problems. Our health and safety specialists will produce compliant media-specific documentation for your production needs.
A good Health and Safety Policy details the company’s commitment to health and Safety, the roles and responsibilities of those within the company itself and the arrangements in place for the management of health and Safety.
Rather than battling through legislation attempting to create a legally compliant Health and Safety Policy, pass this task on to the Remote Trauma team. We will produce a company-specific policy bespoke to your requirements. And if this isn’t reason enough to contact us, remember that most high-level project pitches demand you present your health and safety policy within your tender.
If you want to talk to us about commissioning your company’s Health and Safety policy, call us on 03300 562476.
Risk assessments are a legal requirement and a crucial element of any production. You will be required to produce a detailed document which clearly demonstrates that you are aware and have made provision for all anticipated hazards before any filming can go ahead.
In the event of an incident or accident, a well-considered risk assessment could become part of your company’s defence. So take away that kind of production pressure and talk to a Remote Trauma Safety Advisor to prepare a top-quality risk assessment for you.
Not only will we provide you with comprehensive yet easy-to-understand risk assessments, but due to our ever-increasing experience in the industry, you will be provided with practical advice relevant to your shoot.
A company’s legal and moral responsibility to take care of their employees when they travel on behalf of their company is known as its ‘duty of care’. It ensures that companies take responsibility for their employees’ health, safety, and security, whether in the office or on a business trip.
Any business entity must display that it has sufficiently fulfilled its duty of care should any incident occur. When production occurs overseas, a Travel Safety Brief equips your team with a comprehensive overview supporting overseas production planning. This document is compiled by our Health and Safety specialists highlighting the generic risks of working and travelling in a specific country, including:
To talk to a member of the team about commissioning health and safety documentation for your company, contact us.
The Remote Trauma team consists of dedicated health & safety experts with years of knowledge specific to the film and television industries. We’re ready to answer any questions you might have – call or drop us a line via email