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Film & TV

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Planning and Pricing

Planning can be stressful, so we aim to take some of that stress away. To do this, we work with you and provide a plan for medical provisions based on:

- Your expected needs.

- Stunt days.

- Size of build.

- Knowledge of the HSE and what is expected.

- Budgeting needs.

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Day one build/shoot

When day one of the build or shoot rolls around, we want you to be reassured that we will turn up on time according to the call sheet. 

We will never undertake a contract that we cannot staff, and do not use other companies to provide staff (other than for CQC requirements), so the staff will be consistent and well trained throughout.

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Aftercare

Once the shoot/build is over, we will maintain communication with yourselves, this includes:

- Providing details of patient numbers, and pertinent details that involve health and safety.

- Provide open communication on any future support you may require.

- Provide an opportunity for feedback to help improve our services.

Planning and Pricing continued...

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Planning the medical cover for the set build and/or film shoot will involve reaching out to you for certain information. This usually will ask for information on: Site location, expected numbers of crew and cast, type of shoot, if there are any stunts, and for how long the cover is required. 

With this information we will produce a report and quote, which will then be sent to you for your reading. 

We encourage that you let us know your thoughts on this report, as we will always work with clients to provide a solution where possible.

Unlike some companies, we only cover productions we can staff, and unless for specific CQC requirements, will never outsource our staff. This helps us provide consistently good and well vetted staff. 

Day one build/shoot continued...

a film slate

Once we have the call sheet, we will assign a medical personal to the role, where we attempt to keep this as consistent as possible. This individual will email/text/call a designated contact on the day to inform them that we are traveling to site, for peace of mind.

They will arrive with all the equipment they require to do the role efficiently.

They will reach out to the designated contact, and ask what type of presence you would like (constant, or distant). They will then be available, and understanding that these days can over run in some cases.

Aftercare continued...

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Once the build/shoot has ended, we will provide a report that covers events from our side. This report will include patient numbers, conditions, and outcomes. Whilst it cannot provide patient identifiable information, it can provide enough information for you to make more informed decisions on medical cover in the future.

We will then ask for your feedback, where we welcome honest feedback to help us improve.

Finally we hope that you will be happy enough with our services to invite us back in the future.

Contact us about your production.

You may want to include:

- Date of production/ build start.

- Type of production (Music, TV, Film)

- Expected crew and actor numbers.

- Expected stunt days.

This helps us to generate plans, however you can leave these blank and discuss it via email, phone call, or in person with us.

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