All new or re-starting productions and group recording sessions must have a written protocol before work begins to ensure physical distancing of six (6) feet or more between people throughout the production. It must ensure that:
-Only essential cast and crew should be on or near the set at any time.
-Production or editing meetings should be limited to essential staff only and should be held in
areas where physical distancing can be maintained.
-Strategies may include breaking production participants into teams of the smallest size feasible, that access set or studio areas at different times with minimum overlap or intermingling.
-All cast and musicians performing work in which they cannot wear a face covering (e.g. actors, wind and brass instrument players, singers) should strive for a minimum of 8 feet of social distancing during rehearsal or performance. Alternatively, wind and brass instrument musicians should be separated from others and from each other by plexiglass or other barriers.
â‘ Where feasible, all workspaces shall have one directional traffic (separate entrances and exits) to prevent contact or crowding near doorways.
â‘ Elevator capacity is limited to the number of people that can be accommodated while maintaining a six (6)-foot physical distance between riders; during peak building entry and exit times, this number can be adjusted to four (4) individuals or fewer at a time for any elevator that does not allow for six (6)-foot physical distance between riders. All riders are required to wear cloth face coverings. Consider elevator sizes, number of building floors, and daily number of employees and visitors to establish physical distancing guidelines appropriate for elevator riders.
â‘ To ease elevator traffic, stairwells have been opened for "up" or "down" traffic with increased cleaning of stairwells.
â‘ Furniture in lobbies and in employee break rooms, green rooms and trailers and other common areas is separated by at least six (6) feet to support physical distancing.
â‘ All shop (props, costume, design, electrical equipment, etc.) and manufacturing locations on the lot work with clients on an appointment-only basis to prevent formation of lines or groups. Shopping is performed virtually as much as possible or is limited to one shopper at a time. Any printed catalogue of offerings should be single-use and assigned to the one client and not re-used. If a client must wait for an item, they should wait outside as much as possible.
â‘ All staff, cast, crew, musicians, vendors, clients and other visitors have been instructed to maintain at least a six (6) f eet distance f rom each other at all times, except when specif ic tasks re quire closer work.
â‘ Rehearsals that are not part of work associated with a specific production are not allowed.
â‘ In offices, film and sound editing areas, employee workstations are separated by at least six (6) feet and common areas are configured to limit employee gatherings to ensure physical distancing of at least six (6) feet. A maximum capacity for each office, meeting room and floor should be established and posted
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