COVID-19 Update:   Staying Safe During Film and Video Production

COVID-19. Update:
Being Productive While Staying Safe …

Fresh Coast Production Resources adheres to CDC guidelines during all phases of film and video production.

Despite whatever policies may or may not be in place (or be enforced) in a particular state, municipality or geographic area, everyone on a Fresh Coast Production Resources set, will be expected to:

  • Adhere to all CDC guidelines regarding social distancing, use of face masks, gloves, and hand sanitizers.
  • When social distancing is not feasible, everyone working or stationed within 6ft of one another must wear appropriate protective masks.
  • Sanitize all cases and equipment in a pre-determined off-set staging area prior to bringing it on set. When possible, camera rigs, lighting fixtures, etc. should be “built” in this off-set area. Sanitizing equipment after removal from the set is recommended.
  • Agree to having their temperatures monitored when required.
  • Be Socially Responsible. It always been important for everyone on a film set to work as a team and trust each other. Now it is vital. We’re very fortunate to work with a select group of crew people - most of whom know and work with each other regularly. We have full confidence they will take the necessary precautions to keep each other, and everyone else on set safe.
  • If you’re not feeling well, call in sick. If you become ill on set, tell someone and go home!
All this may sound a little over-cautious especially in light of Wisconsin’s recent decision to “open up”. But, along with wanting our clients to leave happy with great-looking footage, we’re equally committed to keeping them and our crews safe during these uncertain times.