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ABOUT THIS MODULE

One of the great pleasures of a career in filmmaking is the wide variety of places and conditions under which we perform our jobs.  Along with all the incredible vistas and new exciting experiences come some potential hazards to health and safety.   In this module we will look at hazards associated environmental factors – heat, cold, and severe weather.  Some of the topics we’ll touch on in this module bring up the question of overall health.  A career in production puts demands on your body.  Good habits like eating healthy foods, staying hydrated and pacing yourself, are essential skills to maintaining your energy and concentration over the course of the day, and over the course of a long, successful career.
 

IN THIS MODULE

  • 27:27 video covering safety when shooting in various environments
  • Illustrated companion guide
  • Downloadable field guide

LEARN

  • How to work in extreme heat
  • How to work in extreme cold
  • How to recognize and treat cases of heat illness
  • How to recognize and treat hypothermia
  • How to work in wind, rain, snow, and hail
 "Jason proves that top-notch production values are within the reach of anyone who has ever dreamt of making his own movie. You’ll learn far more about filmmaking with this practical, thorough and meticulously organized site than you ever will watching "Project Greenlight." Jason knows what he’s talking about, because he’s actually done it!"
 
   - Steve Skrovan, Executive Producer,
         Everybody Loves Raymond
 
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