Documents, Publications, and Presentations by Risk International Publishing

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Documents & Writings
Pocket Guides
Edges_of_the_Stage (secured).pdf
Risk Management In Entertainment.swf


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Pocket Guides

  • Stage Rigging
  • Health and Safety in Make-up
  • Health and Safety in Theatre
  • Inspection of Performing Arts and Public Assembly Venues and Facilities
  • Ventilation in Theatre
  • Fire Safety and Prevention in Theatre
  • Recommended Anti-Hazardous Practices Involving Edges in the Entertainment, Public Assembly, and Educational Facilities
    (Full Name: Recommended Anti-Hazardous Practices Involving Edges of Traps, Pits, Ramps, Catwalks, Stairs, Stages, Loading Docks and Bridges, Elevated Platforms, and Walking Surfaces in the Entertainment and Public Assembly Industries and Educational Facilities)

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Dr Davidson's Eye on Theater Health and Safety - 3-Book Boxed Set - An Administrative Overview, Setting The Stage, On Stage

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Practical Health and Safety Guidelines for School Theater Operations - Assessing the Risks in Middle, Junior and Senior High School Theater Buildings and Programs

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Product Liability Assessor: Certified  ||||  Risk Management Assessor and Analyst: Expert  ||||  Health and Safety Expert and Assessor in Entertainment, Public Assembly and Education, Fine Arts  ||||  Expert Witness: 420 Cases  ||||  Codes and Standards Consultant: Special Effects, Entertainment, Process Management, Fireworks, Pyrotechnics, Theater and Motion Pictures Facilities, Life Safety, Performing Arts Facilities, ADA, Rigging  ||||  Worker Compensation Reviewer: Insurance Brokers and Carriers  ||||  HAZARDOUS CHEMICALS AND ENVIRONMENTAL AUDITS

I am only one, but I am one - I can't do everything, but I can do something;
And that I can do, I ought to do - And what I ought to do by the grace of God I shall do."
-Edward Everett Hale

"The only thing necessary for evil to prosper is for good men to stand by and do nothing"
-Attributed to Edmund Burke