Production Safety Passport
The Production Safety Passport (PSP) is an industry-led scheme which promotes health and safety training courses that have been independently assessed and evaluated as meeting an agreed industry standard.
The PSP is a secure online record of health and safety training successfully completed on courses that have been recognised as part of the scheme. You can view a list of them here on Hiive.
How to access someone’s Production Safety Passport
If someone working for you has a Production Safety Passport, ask for the following information:
- Their first and last name
- Their Production Safety Passport number
Then visit www.creativeskillset.org/psp and enter this information to access the passport holder’s training record.
If you have any questions about the Production Safety Passport, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Partners in the Production Safety Passport
The following organisations are partners in the Production Safety Passport, mutually recognising each other's health and safety training, and working with Creative Skillset to ensure training courses are in line with National Occupational Standards.
- Beyond Dispute
- Bournemouth University
- 1st Option Safety Group
- Prime Media
- Remote Trauma
Joint Industry Grading Scheme
The Production Safety Passport covers key production roles while the Joint Industry Grading Scheme (JIGS) covers the following roles:
- Stunt Performer
- Stunt Co-ordinator
- Special Effects
Established in 2002, the Joint Industry Grading Scheme is run by BBC, ITV, Pact, Equity and BECTU.
Click here to find out more about the Joint Industry Grading Scheme.