Set Safety and Setiquette or Set Etiquette

Nothing is more important than know what is and is not expected when you're on the set. Checkout these tips to keep you set with good setiquette.

Don't forget to leave your own tips and advice in the Comments section below.

The Value of Striking
(If you don't know what that means, then you should watch.)

Film Ettiquette Presentation
http://www.slideshare.net/newestprod/film-etiquette-presentation

Canada's Goverment Safety Regulations
http://www.labour.gov.on.ca/english/hs/pdf/gl_film_tv.pdf

National Forest Safety Guidelines for Shooting Film
http://www.fs.fed.us/r1/lewisclark/lcic/pdfs/guidelines.pdf

Good for specific things like fire, etc.
http://www.filmsafety.ca/guidelines.html#G7

Human Society's Guidelines for Animal Use http://www.americanhumane.org/assets/docs/protecting-animals/PA-FILM-guidelines.pdf

About Animal Safety in Evan Almighty - No Animals Were Harmed

H.Cherdon

Creative Superhero & Owner of Humblebee Media Hi, I'm Cherdon, the founder/owner/primary operator of Austin Film Meet. I've been involved with the entertainment industry since I was a wee tot. My background involves a wide range of visual, digital, and performing arts, including acting on stage and film, illustration & book publishing, and graphic & web design. I'm also a skilled photographer, with an extensive knowledge of the filmmaking process. I love animals, traveling, learning and people. I also enjoying helping other creatives as a Creative Coach. Learn more about me at www.hcherdon.com

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