Perform hazardous action sequences involving fights and falls

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Assessment Template
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Assessment Matrix
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Evidence Guide
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Competency Mapping Template
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Observation Checklist
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Self Assessment Survey
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Moodle Outcomes
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Registered Training Organisations
Trying to find someone to train or assess you? This link lists all the RTOs that are currently registered to deliver CUAHAZ402, 'Perform hazardous action sequences involving fights and falls'.
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Elements and Performance Criteria



Elements describe the essential outcomes.

Performance criteria describe the performance needed to demonstrate achievement of the element.

1. Prepare for execution of hazardous action sequences

1.1 Notify relevant personnel on arrival at location, and confirm capacity to deliver hazardous action sequences involving fights and falls

1.2 Review skills requirements and own experience, and that of other specialist personnel, for relevance to proposed sequences

1.3 Note camera locations for coverage of hazardous action sequences

1.4 Evaluate hazardous action sequences to determine most appropriate physical warm-up activity

1.5 Note props, set and equipment to be used in hazardous action sequences and confirm their technical suitability with cast and crew

1.6 Note positioning and movement of all personnel involved in hazardous action sequences to facilitate visual continuity and editing

1.7 Consider alternative execution methods for hazardous action sequences

1.8 Confirm with relevant personnel that planned hazardous action sequences comply with legal and regulatory requirements

2. Attend personnel briefings

2.1 Review hazardous action sequence information

2.2 Confirm communication methods, chain of command, cues, and abort and emergency action procedures

2.3 Check technical specifications for production materials to be used and advise relevant personnel of issues that need addressing

2.4 Confirm hazardous action sequences are consistent with the style of production

3. Prepare production area

3.1 Unload, position and assemble production materials to be used in hazardous action sequences

3.2 Check all equipment and handling procedures comply with safety standards and regulatory requirements and notify relevant personnel of non-compliance issues

3.3 Review camera positions for latent safety issues

3.4 Prepare body to perform hazardous action sequences through warm-up activities

3.5 Check production areas are clear of unwanted objects and unnecessary personnel

4. Safety test hazardous action sequences

4.1 Identify and recall spot marks and other visual cues to assist in positioning during hazardous action sequences

4.2 Confirm all personal protective equipment (PPE) and other safety equipment is fitted and functioning correctly

4.3 Test hazardous action sequences through simulation or in rehearsals

4.4 Advise relevant personnel if testing identifies the need to revise planned hazardous action sequences

4.5 Abort hazardous action sequences where unacceptable risk emerges, and advise relevant personnel

5. Safely perform hazardous action sequences

5.1 Comply with relevant personal protective equipment (PPE) requirements

5.2 Check whether other high-risk activities are taking place in the same scenes

5.3 Check again that areas are clear of unwanted objects and personnel

5.4 Execute sequences according to agreed production schedules and cues

5.5 Follow all safety controls and regulatory requirements during execution of sequences

5.6 Implement alternative safeguards for all production personnel where variations to agreed plans occur

5.7 Abort hazardous action sequences where unacceptable risk arises, and advise relevant personnel

5.8 Check continuity of hazardous action sequences is maintained throughout execution

6. Respond to emergency situations

6.1 Abort activities and implement emergency plans in the event of accidents

6.2 Clear sites of all personnel and if possible, remove items that may cause further injury

6.3 Identify items or locations that may need to be isolated for safety and investigative activities

6.4 Advise relevant personnel of the emergency situation according to established procedures

7. Secure locations on completion of hazardous action sequences

7.1 Check inventory of, transport and store production materials used in execution of hazardous action sequences, in accordance with enterprise and regulatory requirements

7.2 Inspect locations to ensure they are left in a safe and secure state

7.3 Participate in post-sequence evaluations and provide feedback to guide future productions

7.4 Complete personal logbook and contribute to final written reports as required