Revised resource about health and safety for B.C.’s motion picture and television production industry
Making a commitment to health and safety is one of the best ways for a motion picture or television production to protect its greatest resource: its people.
Health and Safety for Motion Picture and Television Production in B.C. contains information to help reduce the risk of injury to workers in this industry. The resource is mainly for employers, although the information is also relevant for workers and anyone involved in work on a film or television set in B.C.
The content addresses general workplace topics such as health and safety programs and risk assessment. It also covers a variety of health and safety issues specific to the industry, including location work, working with children and infants, set and prop construction, costume design, makeup and hair, and grips and lighting.
See Motion picture and television production for more health and safety resources and information.