Dealing with trauma
Short-term reactions such as guilt and anger are normal following a traumatic event - but it is important to know when to ask for help
BBC journalists sometimes work alone: on newsroom shifts in a BBC building or on location. Simple safety procedures can minimise the risks that occasionally present themselves
TV in the wild
How many media professionals would swap their safe locations for a genuinely hostile environment? We look at the unique challenges of filming in extreme locations
From Hackney Weekend to Glastonbury, this week's podcast guests discuss planning for health and safety at live broadcast events.
Safety: Filming on public roads
What are the safety considerations when filming near busy roads? Producer Nick Welch offers some tips
Preparing for a foreign shoot
Heading for an overseas shoot? From sorting visas to finding fixers, Kat Macaulay offers her advice for self shooters heading abroad
Filming at heights
From the wilds of Burma to the jungle rooftops of Borneo: specialist camerawoman Justine Evans talks about the challenges of filming in the rainforest.
Young freelancers: Unprepared, inexperienced and in a war zone
Are young freelance reporters putting themselves in unnecessary danger? Senior journalists discussed what can be done to minimise the risks