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 FAQ section will hopefully explain the health and safety video and DVD production process clearly and precisely and help to settle those nerves.
Below you will find answers to questions that will help to de-mystify what is needed during the stage when the camera is switched on and live filming takes place.
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.
For filming a safety DVD production for construction office or factory companies, the Health and Safety Films crew will provide our own safety clothing.
The cameraman will provide all the equipment needed for filming purposes.
In particular directing the cameraman to capture the appropriate shot material as detailed within the final script, working with and directing the clients workforce to carry out the appropriate action as outlined within the final script.
During the production process the Producer/Director is responsible for transporting the crew (Cameraman and PA/Grip) to and from each location as well as to and from the accommodation booked during the shoot and at the end of the production process.
We will need the client to organise in advance of the production transport for themselves and any employees taking part in the filming at each location as specified in the shooting schedule.