How Hollywood Can Make On-Set Work Safer When Production Resumes (Guest Column)

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An aerial view of an empty Hollywood Blvd on April 27, 2020.







Collective quarantines, staggering crew work hours, daily temperature checks, regularly disinfecting props and costumes should be considered, write a trio of employment lawyers.

As communities begin to “flatten the curve” amid the novel coronavirus pandemic, employers have started the difficult task of planning to resume operations. But getting workers back on the job presents a host of unique challenges for employers in the entertainment industry, particularly in on-location production environments.



Source: The Hollywood Reporter | Anthony J. Oncidi, Kate S. Gold, Philippe A. Lebel
April 30,2020