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Performing Arts - Production Role Resources: OH&S & Ethical Practice
The purpose of the Collective is to promote positive mental health and wellbeing in the performing arts industry and the website provides a wealth of resources for supporting mentally healthy performers and workplaces.
Provides links to OH&S legislation and has information on a wide range of workplace safety topics, from manual handling, fall prevention and public safety through to bullying and harassment, fatigue and mental health and wellbeing.
As the peak body for live performance in Australia, a comprehensive suite of safety guidelines for the events and entertainment industry is available on this site. Examples include the Performer Hazard Guide, Working at Height Hazard Guide and the Special Effects Hazard Guide.
This is a very comprehensive manual for describing, identifying and managing potential hazards and following safe work procedures across all functions in the dynamic theatre environment. Remember that the legislative/regulatory framework is different, but the general information is equally applicable.
A more light hearted but relevant and practical document, The code of ethics (1945) in this blog post is published widely on the web, and is about approaching your theatre role with the right attitude and self-discipline.