Basic safety in principle, yes, but not with the burden falling on the actor to make up for the dereliction of someone else. The bit earlier on where you were basically asserting that actors should have a level of competency equal to the safety specialist. It took a few pages, but several people pointed out that not all firearms are the same and it often takes a specialist with far more than just 'basic safety' training to provide a sufficiently qualified declaration of safety. Actors will almost never have that level of competency, and neither will anyone else who would generally need to know a weapon was safe. Therefore, if you wanted to hold actors fully responsible, you would need additional regulations and training put upon them. And their only course of action in that situation should be to halt production until a competent armourer can come take responsibility for weapon safety.