Napo in ... Safe moves

 
  • Video
  • 3-D animation
     
  • Perception
     
  • Behaviour
     
  • Comedy
     
  • Drama
     
  • English
     
 
English
 

Description:

The film includes ten scenes about site safety, people safety, vehicle safety, maintenance, visibility, reversing, and loading/unloading. The main theme of the film is that transport in the workplace must be well organised and well managed. This requires planning, implementation and monitoring by senior managers, risk assessment to identify hazards and risks, and the need to take appropriate action.

Target group:

It is suitable for all workers but especially for new employees and young workers, and has important messages for managers too.

Subject matter:

The focus is on workplace transport. Central to the film is the fork-lift truck alongside other forms of internal and external transport. The film includes scenes about site safety, people safety, vehicle safety, maintenance, visibility, reversing, and loading/unloading. The main theme of the film is that transport in the workplace must be well organised and well managed. This requires planning, implementation and monitoring by senior managers, risk assessment to identify hazards and risks, and the need to take appropriate action. It also requires appropriate behaviour from employees who should be properly trained and well supervised, and a cooperative approach so that risks are reduced and hazards are properly managed.

Background:

The film is one of a well-established series addressing issues about safety and health at work. Napo is used worldwide because of ist neutral approach.

Prize

Free

Publisher:

The Napo Consortium (AUVA, INAIL, INRS, SUVA, DGUV, HSE, EU-Agentur BILBAO)

Address:

c/o DGUV
Mittelstraße 51
10117 Berlin
Germany

E-mail:

napo@prpr.eu

URL:

www.napofilm.net

Production:

Via Storia

Address:


Avenue de l’Europe 22
67300 Strasbourg
France

Telephone:

+33 (0)6855 64328

E-mail:

escandella@viastoria.com

URL:

www.viastoria.com