As a leading provider of Stunt Training and Safety Courses, The International Stunt Academy is committed to ensuring the safety of all performers and crew involved in fire stunts. One of the key components of The ISA's Fire Stunt Safety Course and Certification (valid for 2 years) is burn identification and first aid. In this article, we will explain why this training is essential, as well as provide guidance on how to correctly identify the severity of a burn and take appropriate action.
This article explores and seeks to educate stunt performers about the fire resistance/flammability of various types of fabrics used in clothing and which fabrics are the best to wear for fire protection:
Here's a quick intro for aspiring actors and stunt performers on how pay and different types of pay work in the film business.
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One of the first lessons we teach in our Diploma course is also one of the most important. As we tell all our students "We are not in the Danger Business, we are in the Safety Business.
Stunt performing is, by nature, a high risk profession (when compared to most people's jobs), and despite the very best safety measures, accidents can and do happen on film and television sets. Sadly, still too often.
This blog os co-authored by The ISA Team