Risk prevention and safety in live and recorded entertainment
Noting that the scene of the live and recorded spectacle knows many technical and artistic innovations, the Sub-Committee on Safety of the National Council of Performing Professions wishes to make all the actors of the sector aware of the regulations and preventive measures to be implemented in the organization of live and recorded shows.
The Subcommittee on Safety in the Live and Recorded Entertainment Sector has the task of studying health and safety issues in this sector. It shall make all public policy recommendations in this field and shall draw up and implement actions to prevent occupational risks. It brings together representatives of the State and professionals of the spectacle.
The following fact sheets present the applicable regulations and procedures, give specific examples of situations adapted to the sector of the show, propose links to online resources and invite the reader to ensure the timeliness of the applicable law...
They aim to promote knowledge of the rules and issues of risk prevention in the show, to propose answers to the technical problems faced by professional performers and their institutional interlocutors and to contribute usefully to the preparation of artistic projects that respect the safety of professionals and the public.
The general framework and the nine general principles of prevention// The three values of prevention: respect for the person, transparency, social dialogue.
Employer responsibility: principles, tools, support// Employee responsibility.
Risk, danger: what are we talking about? // The DUER, decision-making tool. //Objectives: inform, protect. // Which company is concerned? Who carries out the DUER? // When to carry out the DUER? // Form and content of the DUER. // How to carry out the DUER? // To whom to send the DUER, to whom to make it available?