Here is our risk assessment for our second performance shoot.
It is really important to risk assess everything because we know what to do if anything goes wrong and we know what to be aware of as potential risks when shooting in a studio.
For example, one risk is high places if we do an aerial shot. We can control this risk by being aware of our surroundings and being careful. Another way we can control this risk is only doing it when we have to. Another risk is tripping hazards from cables from the lighting. We can control this risk by taping it to the floor so we do not trip. We can also run them along the edges so they will not be where we are walking.
We do not need to risk assess moving vehicles; sharp objects or traffic because we are not leaving the school premises.