Production Safety Passport

Your Production Safety Passport a certification of screen industry health and safety training. It is a secure online record of the training you have successfully completed. In order to get a Production Safety Passport, you need first to attend one of the Production Safety Passport courses.

Production Safety Passport certificates are issued by training providers via the ScreenSkills website, by entering the name and email address of all course participants. The participants are then sent an email with their certificate and a unique certification code, proving they completed the training. If they have a ScreenSkills profile, details of this training will also be shown on their profile online. 

To verify that one of your crew has a Production Safety Passport, please ask them for their ScreenSkills PSP certificate or certification code. You can verify this certificate or check that the training is still valid by clicking the link in the button below. If you are struggling to find evidence of your PSP or have lost your certification code, please get in touch at: support@screenskills.com

The following organisations are partners in the Production Safety Passport, mutually recognising each other's health and safety training, and working with ScreenSkills to ensure training courses are in line with National Occupational Standards:

  • BECTU
  • Beyond Dispute
  • BBC
  • Bournemouth University
  • Cyfle
  • 1st Option Safety Group
  • ITV
  • Pact
  • Prime Media
  • QVC
  • Remote Trauma
  • Sky

Looking for non-production health and safety courses?

The Production Safety Passport covers key production roles. However, if you are in one of the following roles, the Joint Industry Grading Scheme is the right scheme for you:

  • Stunt performer
  • Stunt coordinator
  • Special effects
  • Rigger
  • Scaffolder

Established in 2002, the Joint Industry Grading Scheme is run by BBC, ITV, Pact, Equity and BECTU. The way that the scheme works is that you submit evidence to the appropriate sub-committee in the form of a portfolio of the on-the-job skills you have gained. The sub-committee then confirms whether you have met the criteria. If you have, you are confirmed as working at a particular grade.

Each scheme has a register of members by grade. In the case of the stunt performers, this is reflected in the publication Spotlight. Click here to find out more about the Joint Industry Grading Scheme.