NZTechos' Workshop #3: Time to talk film industry safety May 2014updated: 26 May 15
Auckland: 10th June, 8.30am-1.00pm
Queenstown: 11th June, 1.00pm–5.30pm
Wellington: 12th June, 1.30pm–5.30pm
GUEST SPEAKERS: Willy Heatley and Alun Bollinger
What are you liable for?
Since 1993 the New Zealand film and video production industry has been guided by The Safety Code of Practice. (SCOP). This document remains the relevant document as to how we operate within the New Zealand film industry. However, confusion still reigns as to who is responsible and liable for safety compliance decisions:
…the questions and confusion go on…
These “Workshop/Forums” are designed to shed light, and stimulate constructive discussion on areas of concerns and confusion. In the face of tightening budgets all departments have become causalities, safety not being immune to this. Safety should never be compromised, but it often is.
The workshop/forum will be introduced by Willy Heatley (20+ years) film safety within the NZ film industry and Alun Bollinger (DOP & NZFVTG President), with the support of Safety Officers nationally who will contribute throughout and highlight specific areas of safety within their own regions. Willy and Alun will cover and clarify basic safety within the industry but will encourage open discussion throughout the day.
Download the invite flyer here(PDF 287k)
Admission: FREE to NZFVT Guild Members / $25 for Non-Members To register, email email@example.com by Monday 5 June, 2014 (please put your region in the subject line)
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