Harassment and Child Performers on Set Quiz

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Harassment and Child Performers on Set Quiz
You'll need to correctly answer at least 7 of the 14 questions below (at least 50%) to progress to the next unit.
Question #1: Harassment and discrimination are a violation of the law and organizations that fail to take adequate steps to prevent and address harassment and discrimination may be held liable. This includes production companies and film sets.
Question #2: According to the Ontario Human Rights Code, harassment is defined as engaging ONLY in a course of vexatious conduct that is known or ought reasonably to be known to be unwelcome.
Question #3: If a comment or conduct was offensive and demeaned an individual, but it was unintentional, it is not considered harassment.
Question #4: What is the first step to take if a performer believes s/he has been harassed to address the complaint?
Question #5: ACTRA Toronto offers anti-harassment training through its "Respect On Set" workshops.
Question #6: It's not important for you to understand the different work conditions and concerns for child performers if you are neither one nor a parent of a child performer.
Question #7: Under the IPA, what is the maximum hours a child performer under the age of 12 can work (not including his/her meal break)?
Question #8: The parent of a child performer, or a guardian appointed by the parent, must always be with the performer if s/he is under the age of 16.
Question #9: A parent of a child performer can easily invite the performer's siblings, friends and relatives to the set with the parent.
Question #10: It is the crew's responsibility to make sure that a child performer cooperates with any reasonable request.
Question #11: ACTRA agreements contain clauses that protect minors from performing subject matter of a psychologically damaging nature.
Question #12: It is only the child performer's responsibility to know where and when s/he should report for work.
Question #13: Child performers under the age of 12 must be given a rest period of 12 hours between the end of one work day and the beginning of the next work day (set to set).
Question #14: When the producer is required to provide transportation, the producer must ensure that the child performer leaves the set within how many minutes after the end of the minor’s work day?