Health and safety video, DVD and media production is a perfect way of communicating the latest health and safety laws, regulations and policies to all of your workforce in one comprehensive safety training method.
However, in our 20 years of experience, many Health and Safety Advisers have been concerned about the media production process both before, during and after filming takes place.
This Frequently Asked Questions section will hopefully explain the health and safety video and DVD production process clearly and precisely and help to settle those nerves, and anticipate any questions you might have.
Below you will find answers to questions that will help to de-mystify what is needed during the stage when all the live filming has been completed.
If you can't find the answer to your questions below, feel free to contact us and we will be more than happy to answer any queries you might have.
This stage will include recording the professional voice over for each production, liasing with the graphics department to produce and include any graphic elements/ logos required within the production.
This period also involves the choosing of appropriate music and sound effects if required.
We strongly recommend that travel and accommodation costs are allocated within the budget for the lead client who has been involved from the start of the safety media production process to visit the editing studios on the final day of editing.
This gives an opportunity for them to view the assembled programmes and offer suggestions for minor changes that may be required.
Once the final ‘cut’ is agreed the safety media production can be delivered in both DVD and electronic formats with an initial 50 DVD copies of each production included in the post-production cost.
Additional copies can be produced at very reasonable rates.