Emergency response course October 2024

DateOctober 10, 2024
LocationMaca, Amsterdam, 18:00 - 21:30 uur
Costs 133,10 187,55 (incl. 21% VAT)
registration deadlineSeptember 26

Ensure a safe film set together

Every film set, regardless of size or location, presents a unique set of challenges and risks. From heavy equipment and complex stunts to unexpected situations such as fire or medical emergencies – the safety of everyone on set must always come first. This is where Emergency Response (BHV) is invaluable.

Our emergency response course in October 2024 provides the ideal opportunity to gain emergency response skills and knowledge so you can respond effectively to emergencies and ensure a safe working environment for you and your team on set. Is it time to renew your certificate? Then you are also very welcome!

Why AV professionals on the film set should participate in an emergency response workshop:

  • Rescue in an emergency: First Aid and life-saving measures

In the hectic world of film production, accidents can happen just around the corner. Being able to provide first aid and life-saving measures can mean the difference between life and death. By participating in an emergency response workshop you will learn essential skills such as resuscitation, how to use an AED, and how to act in the event of choking or severe bleeding. These skills can save lives and buy valuable time before professional help arrives.

  • Managing risks and incidents: fire fighting and evacuation

A fire on set can have disastrous consequences, not only for production, but also for the safety of the crew. Emergency response training prepares you to respond quickly and effectively to fire incidents. You will learn how to use fire extinguishers, how to evacuate safely, and how to prevent panic. A well-trained emergency response officer can help limit damage and ensure the safety of everyone.

  • Trust and professionalism: a better workplace

When you know how to act in emergency situations, it conveys professionalism and reliability. This not only increases trust within the team, but also among actors and other stakeholders. A set where safety is taken seriously is a set where people can work with peace of mind, increasing overall productivity and job satisfaction.

  • Legal obligations: safety first

Compliance with safety regulations is not only a moral responsibility, but often also a legal obligation. By following emergency response training, you will know how a production complies with the applicable safety standards and legislation. This can avoid legal complications and ensure that production runs smoothly without unnecessary interruptions.

  • Customized emergency response workshop

This course has been carefully compiled for professionals who work on set. You follow the training with your colleagues and can therefore fully tailor the workshop to situations that may happen on set.

Conclusion: an indispensable investment

Participation in our emergency response (BHV) workshop is not just an option, but an essential investment for everyone who works on the film set. It provides the knowledge and skills to respond effectively to emergencies, increases safety and professionalism on set, and ensures everyone can work with confidence. By embracing emergency response training, you take a big step towards a safer, more efficient and more pleasant working environment.

Register today for an emergency response workshop and turn your film set into a safe workplace where creativity and safety go hand in hand!

Photo: Evalina Kvartunaite

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