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CDM Checklist (Designers)
3J's Construction Company / 28 Feb 2020 / Gill Terone
Inspection score
85.71%
Failed items
1
Created actions
1
Production Company
3J's Construction Company
Programme Title
ABC Project
Conducted on (Date and Time)

28th Feb, 2020

8:07 AM +08

Designer
Gill Terone
Location
39-41 high streets peterport, Moffat GY1 2JT, UK
Failed items
1
Inspection / The Location
Has an asbestos survey been carried out on the location and all areas that are known to contain asbestos-containing materials are marked up as such and recorded on the asbestos register for the building?
No
Notes
The asbestos survey is not yet complete
Actions
To do
Follow up on asbestos survey
Actions
1
Inspection
1
1
85.71%
General Information
Description of the Set: (Include details of set construction materials being used, specifications, any load-bearing structures)
Steel (300 MPa) Concrete (25 MPa) Masonry (10 MPa) Wood (5 Mpa)
Take a photo of design drawings
Photos
The Location
1
1
85.71%
Ensure you have adequate information about the production location or studio before design commences, including access and local resources
Yes
Has an asbestos survey been carried out on the location and all areas that are known to contain asbestos-containing materials are marked up as such and recorded on the asbestos register for the building?
No
Notes
The asbestos survey is not yet complete
Actions
To do
Follow up on asbestos survey
Are ground conditions suitable for the build
Yes
Has the previous use of land been checked to ascertain if any risk of chemical contamination – eg old chemical factory/plant
Yes
Where necessary, have structural surveys been carried out on the location to ascertain the weight loadings of floors to be built on etc.
Yes
Where necessary, have checks on the existing utility services, e.g. gas/electrics been carried out to check for any underground cables/mains that may be disturbed by construction work.
Yes
Have the heights and widths of the studio been checked to ensure the size of scenic elements can be safely installed?
Yes
Materials used in set build (Fire Risk)
Materials used in set build (Fire Risk) / Materials used in set build (Fire Risk) 1
Hazardous activity
Care should be taken to limit all set construction and dressing for scenery as a fuel in the event of a fire. Where possible, materials should be treated with a fire retardency chemical.
People at risk
Workers
Controls
Substitution
Materials used in set build (Fire Risk) / Materials used in set build (Fire Risk) 2
Hazardous activity
Paints, including cellulose nitrate based paints must not be used on scenery without risk assessment and studio management approval
People at risk
Workers
Controls
Substitution
Materials used in set build (Load-bearing risks)
Materials used in set build (Load-bearing risks) / Materials used in set build (Load-bearing risks) 1
Hazardous activity
Any scaffold structures that are designed to be load bearing must be erected by competent scaffolders and signed off and certified by a competent person.
People at risk
Workers
Controls
Elimination
Use of Practical Flames in set
Use of Practical Flames in set / Use of Practical Flames in set 1
Hazardous activity
Real flame or practical flame used on a production set must always be kept an adequate distance from staff, artists and audience
People at risk
Workers
Controls
Substitution
Revolves (Moving Parts/Entrapment)
Revolves (Moving Parts/Entrapment) / Revolves (Moving Parts/Entrapment) 1
Hazardous activity
Safe Design - Revolves must be designed and manufactured so as to ensure the clearance is smaller than the width of fingers. Thus there is no risk of the hand or fingers entering the gap and becoming trapped. The size of the gaps should be considered if children interact with the revolve
People at risk
Workers
Controls
Substitution
Revolves (Moving Parts/Entrapment) / Revolves (Moving Parts/Entrapment) 2
Hazardous activity
Edge Warning - For lower risk revolves where the action can be rehearsed or choreographed, some form of border to the revolve, clearly indicating its position may help reduce the risks
People at risk
Workers
Controls
Elimination
Water
Water / Water 1
Hazardous activity
Use illusory effects
People at risk
Workers
Controls
Substitution
Rostra & Risers
Rostra & Risers / Rostra & Risers 1
Hazardous activity
Ensure stairs are firmly fixed so that they cannot move when in use
People at risk
Workers
Controls
Substitution
Rostra & Risers / Rostra & Risers 2
Hazardous activity
Availability of sufficient personnel to move rostra
People at risk
Workers
Controls
Administrative
Completion
Recommendations
Make sure the asbestos survey has been completed and review the hazards identified.
Designer Sign-off
Gill Terone
28th Feb, 2020 9:42 AM +08
Media summary
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