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Safety Tutorial for Video Production. Mr. Doug Pritts Clarkstown South High School. Training Tasks For Video Production. Learn Proper Ergonomic Conditions Workstation Safety Posture Lighting Air Quality and Temperature Control Review Electrical Safety in the Workplace

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safety tutorial for video production

Safety TutorialforVideo Production

Mr. Doug Pritts

Clarkstown South High School

training tasks for video production
Training Tasks For Video Production
  • Learn Proper Ergonomic Conditions
    • Workstation Safety
      • Posture
      • Lighting
    • Air Quality and Temperature Control
  • Review Electrical Safety in the Workplace
  • BURNS & Equipment Temperature
pretest
Pretest

1. T/F Serious accidents never occur in the television production studio

2. T/F Technical equipment can cause serious burns to skin

3. T/F Improper lighting can aid in vision problems

4. T/F You should conserve space by plugging many electrical cords into one outlet

5. T/F It is okay to eat and/or drink around technical equipment

pretest answers
Pretest Answers

1. FALSE – of course they do!

2. TRUE – temps can soar to over 100 degrees

3. TRUE – to dim/bright can cause vision impairments

4. FALSE – too many can cause shorts and/or fires

5. FALSE – spills/food can lead to fires

appropriate clothes no no s
Appropriate Clothes“NO-NO’s”
  • Very loose clothing that can catch on equipment
  • Open-toed shoes
  • Clothes with hoods or front pouches
  • Pockets that don’t zip up
  • Tank-tops and clothes that expose a lot of skin
appropriate clothes ok s
Appropriate Clothes“OK’s”
  • Jeans
  • Sneakers, Workboots
  • T-Shirt (long-sleeved or traditional)
  • Colors that blend in and don’t distract
  • Hip/Side/Fanny Packs
  • Clothes with zippered pockets
safety equipment will vary with each workplace
Safety Equipment(will vary with each workplace)
  • Surge protectors
  • Ergonomic chairs
  • Wrist pads
  • A/C or oscillating fan (temp control)
  • Proper lighting (flashlights, desk lights, etc)
    • Monitor brighteners/magnifiers
  • Fire Alarms and Extinguishers
tools
Tools
  • Work Gloves
    • Aids in burn prevention
    • Prevents scrapes and scratches
  • Simple Tool Kit
    • Allows for minor Preventative Maintenance
  • Surge Protectors
equipment machinery
Equipment/Machinery

ALWAYS BE AWARE OF EQUIPMENT SAFETY HAZARDS – EACH WORKPLACE WILL DIFFER!!!

  • Keyboards, Monitors, Hard Drives
  • Faxes, Sound Boards, Printers, Telephones
  • Oscillating Fan for temp control
electrical
Electrical
  • Plugging in too many electrical cords to one outlet will lead to shorts and fires!!!
  • Overheating of machines can cause meltdown of equipment – always turn off machines not in use or set equipment “Hibernate” mode appropriately
  • Always have fire extinguisher handy
  • Do not allow beverages near equipment
  • Keep electrical equipment away from open windows
floors doors and exits
Floors, Doors, and Exits
  • Keep floors free of debris
  • Tie-wrap all electrical wires or use Wire Tubes to minimize tripping risk
  • Clearly mark all exits
  • Keep doorway clear of equipment
chemical hazards
Chemical Hazards
  • Store all toner and technical equipment cleaner in a separate area – away from electrical equipment
  • Do not place “outside” items on top of monitor casings – temperatures may melt these items and release toxins (as well as start fires!)
ergonomic hazards lifting
Ergonomic Hazards - Lifting
  • Stretch before attempting lifts
  • Always lift with your legs NOT YOUR BACK!!!
  • If possible, use a hand-truck or moving aid to transport technical equipment
  • Try and move equipment in original casing to minimize strain caused by odd dimensions
  • When possible, recruit a lifting buddy!!!
fires
FIRES
  • Have fire extinguishers easily available at all times
  • Make sure that they are clearly marked!!!
  • Are they up-to-date?
how and to whom do you report an injury
How and To Whom Do you Report an Injury
  • Tell your supervisor immediately
  • Local Emergency #’s (posted on phone)
  • Properly fill out company Accident Paperwork
  • Retain a copy of all forms
post test
Post Test

1. T/F Lift with your back, not your legs

2. T/F It’s OK to eat/drink around electrical equipment

3. T/F Keep the workroom as hot as possible

4. T/F Report an injury immediately

5. T/F Surge protectors prevent ALL electrical fires

6. T/F It’s okay to leave windows open around electrical equipment

7. T/F You should clearly mark all exits and doors

8. T/F Post all emergency numbers on/by the telephone

9. T/F When possible, get help when lifting something

10. T/F Hoods, scarves, long-flowing clothes are acceptable workplace clothing

post test answers
Post Test Answers
  • FALSE 6. FALSE
  • FALSE 7. TRUE
  • FALSE 8. TRUE
  • TRUE 9. TRUE

5. FALSE 10. FALSE

safety web resources
Safety Web Resources
  • Health and Safety Awareness For Working Teens

http://depts.washington.edu/worksafe

  • NYS Safety

www.nycosh.org

  • Youth2Work

www.youth2work.gov